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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>.

One Town One Read - Fall of 2018

Calling all book lovers! The One Town, One Read is planning a new all town read for the fall, this time on a book about opioid addiction.  Interested in working with the team on planning conversations around town (including our congregation)?  This book read will kick off Sept 27 and finish in early November.  Contact Kendra starting in September, if you'd like to be on the team.

Happy New Fiscal Year at FUUSE

Annual Fund and the Capital Campaign
Summer is upon us as is the end of the FUUSE fiscal year, which has ended June 30, 2018 but you may send in your donations to still be applied to that year's pledge.

And so we are reminded of many things, but this reminder is to ask you to please:

  • Fulfill your Annual Fund pledge for Fiscal Year 2018 (July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018)
  • Set up your donations to the Annual Fund for Fiscal Year 2019 (July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019) and to the Building Our Future Capital Campaign.
    • Consider setting up online automated payments - it can make it easier for you and also saves FUUSE hours of work when you do this! 
    • If you prefer to write checks and are contributing to both the Annual Fund and the Capital Campaign, please consider writing aeparate checks for each. It helps the office and makes for cleaner accounting.
  • Continue the practice of giving over the summer as it helps us with cash flow and staff and overhead costs are year round.

Would you like to start automated giving? Online giving can automate your donations. It also relieves the staff and volunteers of many hours otherwise spent typing transactions into accounting software, endorsing checks, and taking checks to the bank. With online giving, your donation goes directly into our bank account and the financial data goes directly into our accounting software. FUUSE uses an online donations payment platform called Mogiv.

If you would like to use online giving for both the Annual Fund and the Capital Campaign, set up two separate giving schedules, one for each campaign.

For instructions:

Click here for FUUSE-specific notes and tips for donating through Mogiv.

Already giving online and want to change it? To change your online giving amount or dates,  please be sure you remove your old schedule of payments in Mogiv and set up a new one. Click here for instructions.

Give in the manner in which you are comfortable. The office is open year round and will be accepting online payments (easiest method to process), checks mailed (to P.O Box 627 only please) or call us first if you wish to run a check by the office.

Thank you for your dedication and the sharing of your treasure with FUUSE to help us fulfill our mission.

Our mission: At FUUSE we seek to build a caring, inclusive community where we can ground ourselves spiritually, pursue justice in the larger society, and work to heal the natural world.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Yvonne Zinicola, office@exeteruu.org

Thank you for sharing your treasures to help FUUSE fulfill its mission. Have an awesome summer!

Summer Services at First Congregational Society Unitarian in Hampton Falls

Summer Services at First Congregational Society Unitarian

143 Exeter Rd

Hampton Falls, NH 03844

NOTE: Service Start Time changed to 11:00 (formerly 10:45)


SUNDAY, AUG. 12— Rev. Mark Caggiano, Minister, First Church, Unitarian Universalist, Chestnut Hill, MA

SUNDAY, AUG. 19— Rev. Tom Wintle, Senior Minister, First Parish Church, Beverly, MA

SUNDAY, AUG. 26— Rev. Joseph Bassett, Minister Emeritus, First Church, Universalist-Unitarian, Chestnut Hill, MA

SUNDAY, SEPT. 2— Rev. Joseph Bassett, Minister Emeritus, First Church, Universalist-Unitarian, Chestnut Hill, MA

Green Tips from the Green Team

♻️ ♻️ ♻️ A GREEN tip from your GREEN Team......Recycle More.  Water Less.One of the biggest mistakes made by lawn owners who have a sprinkler system is overusing it! Too much water is costly, wasteful and bad for your lawn. Water early in the morning, not during the afternoon when it’s hot or when it’s windy. More of that precious water will make its way to the roots. Space irrigation cycles as far apart as possible. Let the grass wilt and turn a little blue before watering again. The less you water, the deeper those grass roots will go to look for it. This is a good thing! Overwatering discourages roots from penetrating deep into the soil. They are encouraged to stay close to the surface where the moisture is. A lawn with shallow roots dries out quicker. Not good!  ♻️ ♻️ ♻️ Conserve.  Repurpose.  And honor our UU Seventh Principle.  Thank you.

First Unitarian Universalist Society of Exeter
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