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Elvanto Resources

Our list of resources for assistance with Elvanto at FUUSE is growing. Here are some helpful links:


For more help anytime email Bill Downall <webmaster@exeteruu.org> or Yvonne Zinicola <office@exeteruu.org>.

350 NH and more

Join Citizen Action for Exeter's Environment, NHCRN, & 350NH
for a 
Screening of  INVISIBLE HAND

he NH Community Rights Network is co-hosting this pre-release screening with 350NH in support of Citizen Action for Exeter's Environment. The screening will be followed by Q&A with Thomas Linzey of the Community Environmental Legal Defense FundCome hear how communities in NH and PA and beyond are joining forces to resist corporate harms like Liberty Utilities' proposed Granite Bridge Pipeline.

Sunday, October 21st
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Exeter Congregational Church (UCC)
21 Front Street, Exeter, NH 03833
Invisible Hand 
Narrated by award-winning actor Mark Ruffalo and directed by award-winning filmmakers Joshua B. Pribanic and Melissa A. Troutman, Invisible Hand takes you inside the struggle behind the curtain of our daily resistance to the fossil fuel industry to reveal a new future for people and nature.

​Featured Q&A Speaker
Thomas Linzey esq., executive director and co-founder of Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF) will speak to how people in their communities can write binding laws that legalize economic, social, and environmental sustainability. CELDF is a non-profit public interest law firm that has assisted over 200 communities across the nation to exercise their community rights to protect people and planet above profit through local lawmaking. In NH, CELDF is assisting a growing number of communities in this grassroots community rights movement, which is also gaining momentum at the state level with the NH Community Rights People's Amendment.

Committees and Groups at FUUSE and their history

The Outreach Committee was formed in 2004 with the focus on local giving and service and the establishment of a greater contributing presence for FUUSE in the community.  The Outreach mission statement was adopted as follows:  The Outreach Committee reaches beyond FUUSE walls by providing meaningful ways to connect, support and enrich others through service, spirit and financial contributions.  In addition to researching and selecting local non-profits for our monthly Give-It-Away offering with a focus on homelessness, hunger, and youth and elderly, we also organize the yearly Thanksgiving baskets for SAU 16, Senior Santa gifts for Rockingham Meals on Wheels, collecting food for End 68 Hours of Hunger, CROP Walk, and assisting collection for Dignity Matters.  FUUSE supports these efforts wholeheartedly as we make a positive difference in our larger community.  Thank you!!

Religious Education Programming November 2018 through February 2019

Religious Education - November through February - Our Director of Religious Education, Linsey-Jean is scheduled to be on Maternity Leave December, January, and February.  During that time the fabulous Religious Education Committee and several helpers and teachers will keep the program running as usual. The children will worship in the sanctuary with us, and will be invited to leave for their own faith development time with their peers, during our sermon and meditation. At the end of this month we will send out a detailed letter for who will be the coordinator or contact person for each aspect of our children's and youth programming.  Let us know if you have any questions!  ~ Rev. Kendra and DRE Linsey-Jean

Volunteering - Giving of your Talents to your Spiritual Home

Volunteering is a ministry - it helps FUUSE and can help you get connected, stay connected and is a valuable investment of your time and energy for you and for your spiritual home, FUUSE.


New Welcoming Circle Coordinator, Gwen Kenney - Over the summer, Gwen Kenney and Yvonne Zinicola met and Gwen has volunteered to be our Welcoming Circle Coordinator working in partnership with Yvonne as of September 2018. As Welcoming Circle Coordinator, Gwen will support all the Welcoming Circle Team leaders and ensure a volunteer representation of Welcoming Circle on the Program Council. Yvonne will continue to work on training for Welcoming Circle -the paper, the videos and more. Thanks for stepping up, Gwen!


New Welcoming Circle Team Leader - Keturah Kreps, member of team #8, will begin leading Team #8 in the New Year, transitioning from Dawn Huebner. Thanks for your service, Dawn. Thanks for stepping up, Keturah!


To begin a conversation about how you can give of your talents through volunteer opportunities, please contact Yvonne Zinicola: office@exeteruu.org