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Winter is keeping its grip on Nanaimo. Can’t deny that it’s beautiful. (double click to see full size).32121364111_2c5c61663c_k

Photo  credit Russ McNeil

Messy UU Church is back

On October 21st a dozen children and their parents attended the first Messy Church event of this program year.  And what a blast it was!  A kid friendly dinner combined with fun making Halloween pumpkins, . . .what can be better than that for children and adults alike!

Thanks go to Rebecca Stanley, the Children’s Religious Education team and volunteers for organizing this popular event and providing guidance and oversight.

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First FUFON Garden Tour

Despite some rain, some Fufoners enjoyed touring the gardens of several fellow Fufoners in June.  They gathered valuable gardening information and were rewarded with juicy hamburgers at the conclusion of the tour.  A great initiative by Julie and Faye.  Thank you,


This August, on the hottest day of summer, some lucky ‘Fufoners’ got together to play croquet in one of our members beautiful garden.  They won their places at the Goods and Services Auction last year.  Not only did everyone have a lovely afternoon at croquet, it was followed by a delicious dinner around a large table that overflowed with food and spirited conversation.  Life is good!

Image 3In this idyllic garden setting the teams are formed

Farewell for Rev. Samaya end of June 2016

Rev. Samaya receiving a farewell gift of purple orchid June 25, 2016

Rev. Samaya receiving a farewell gift of purple orchid from members June 26, 2016











Rev. Oakley presents Sage plants to Staff members June 26th in recognition of their services to FUFON in 2015-16


FUFON members and friends proudly march in Nanaimo’s first ever Pride Parade in June 2016.

                                                                                                                                             Getting the banner ready for the parade