Ways to Become Involved
If you’re new to QUUF, here’s a quick primer:
Our Programs are:
- Sunday Services 9:15 and 11:15am (summer 10am)
- RE (Religious Education for Children)
- ALPs (Adult Learning Programs)
- Music (Choir and Music Program)
- Social Justice activities
- AHA! Services
- Meditation groups
- Community Building and Spiritual Practice Groups
Ways to Get Started:
- Attend program offerings
- Ask questions, Sunday morning and during office hours M-F 10-4
- Read the latest QUUF Stuff booklet
- One-time events (meals for the Cares and Concerns Committee, book sale, rummage sale, auction, stewardship dinner, social justice projects)
- Sunday morning service:
- Children’s religious education – assist in Sunday morning classes
- Greeting assistant – pass out Orders of Service
- Social hour host – prepare and serve coffee and tea in Fellowship Hall
- Sound system – help in the sound booth with lights and recording the service
- Usher – help people find a seat, collect the offering
- Join a committee
- Fill out a Volunteer Survey Form and turn into the QUUF office
- Calendar: Our complete calendar gives the date and time of events. Some events are closed to drop-ins, so check with the office (379-0609).
- Publications: In addition to the calendar, current information is in each Sunday Bulletin and emailed Weekly Update.
- Sign-ups and Information: Additional information, and sign-ups for various activities and volunteer opportunities are in the Fellowship Hall near the windows that look out on the circle garden.
Belonging: We have 4 categories of people affiliated with QUUF:
- Visitor – A person who attends occasionally.
- Guest of Record – A person who requests to be on the distribution email for the Weekly Update. After a person attends a Newcomer Orientation, s/he may decide to become a Member or Friend.
- Friend – Friends may be still assessing whether this is the right ‘fit’ for them as a spiritual community, or may have other reasons for not becoming a Member.
- Member – Members are committed to making QUUF their spiritual home. Some dive in and QUUF is central to their life. Others are fully committed, but not regular attendees. They know, however, that when life gets hard and they need a religious home and services, this is their spot. Members may weave in and out of active involvement. To become a member, see our Becoming a Member page.