Congregational Meeting

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

There will be a Congregational Meeting on Sunday January 28 at 1pm. This is for all members to learn about, and vote on critical aspects of our transition from Bruce as our senior minister. Click here to read about the agenda as well as voting instructions. Please plan to attend. The list of confirmed members who can vote at this meeting is listed here in this password-protected file (this is the same password as used for the QUUF directories on the Restricted Access Files page).

Not a Member, but want to be a part of our decision-making? (Affiliated Friends don’t have voting privileges.) See Abigael Crecca, our Membership Coordinator.

For more information, please read our QUUF President’s Board Update emailed to all Members and Affiliated Friends on January 2.

Click here to read more about the nominees for the Interim Selection Team.

Regarding the Interim Minister Selection Team – by Rob Wamstad

After careful consideration and discussion by the Fellowship’s Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee, the Board has selected a slate of four QUUF members to present to the congregation for consideration at the special congregational meeting on January 28, 2018. The proposed team members include Tim Berry, Rebecca Brignoli, Rod Mitchell and Gail Bernhard. As a trustee of the Board, I will chair the selection team.

A brief paragraph on each candidate will be posted prior to the congregational meeting. The Interim Minister Selection Team is tasked with selecting an interim minister. The team will also conduct a series of focus groups to sense the interests and concerns of the congregation. The team’s initial work will include assembling an informational packet covering the background, culture, current status and work of the Fellowship to submit to the Northwest UUA Regional office. In turn, in early May the Region will present information to the team on interested ministerial candidates, providing resumes, sample sermons and references.

Within a few weeks the team will then review candidates’ applications, conduct interviews with ministers of interest, contact references, request background checks, exchange and discuss a proposed contract, and finally, introduce them to the Board and to the Congregation.

Rob Wamstad, Trustee
QUUF Board of Trustees