Our 2016–2017 Annual Report is now available online!
The annual report includes detailed information about the 2017-2018 operating budget, bios of candidates elected to the Board of Trustees, First Universalist Foundation Board and Nominating Committee, reports from Board President Eric Cooperstein, Board Treasurer Dick Niemiec, Senior Minister Rev. Justin Schroeder, the Foundation, and AUW, and a broad overview of the past year at church – in pictures and in words.
Please mark your calendar and plan to attend our Annual Meeting, scheduled for Sunday, June 4, 2017, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary. This year our church business is limited to approval of the annual budget and the election of members to the Board of Trustees, the Foundation Board, and the Nominating Committee. This is a time when we celebrate a successful year and conduct the business of this church that only church members can do. We need a quorum to conduct the meeting – please give us the gift of your time so that we may complete this work!
We look forward to seeing you on June 4!
Eric Cooperstein President of the Board
Christa Anders Secretary of the Board
158th Annual Meeting of the Members
First Universalist Church of Minneapolis Sunday, June 4, 2017
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
A new exhibit of work by artist Beth Andrews will be on view in the gallery space in the Social Hall beginning Sunday, May 21, and running through August 13.
The artist writes: “As humans, we tend to think of ourselves as fundamentally different from other components of our vast and ancient universe. Yet the truth is that we are made up of recycled cosmic dust. Old atoms never die-they simply get reused in all forms of life, passed down through the ages. In the second half of my own life, I have become increasingly and more immediately aware of my personal connection to the earth, to other living beings, and to the ancient ones who have gone before me. It is this thread of connection that drives the visual decisions in my art. The artwork in this exhibit represents my exploration of these connections.” read more