What is the UU SF Forum?
“We are a spiritual community coming together for social justice and community education."
We meet for breakfast and conversation each Sunday and to hear compelling speakers of stature and deep knowledge in many areas, including politics, religion, philosophy and academia as well as eco- and social-justice.
Each week the Forum features a special speaker or presentation. Check the home page of www.uusf.org, our monthly newsletter, or our weekly newsletter the Flame for details of upcoming events.
View the Calendar of Forum Speakers
Meeting Time: Every Sunday, 9:30 am, beginning with breakfast
Meeting Location: UUSF Center,
Martin Luther King room
Contact: Karen Melander-Magoon firstname.lastname@example.org
Church Membership Required: No. Everyone is welcome.
Committee/Group Dues: none
How to Get Involved
Join us on Sunday morning for breakfast and to expand your horizons as well as meet people who are curious about the world and beyond. Come just to listen or to volunteer your services for breakfast preparation, for Audio-Visual assistance or as a source of ideas and inspiration on the UU Forum Committee.
Forum Committee Members
Chair: Karen Melander-Magoon, D.Min.
Vice Chair: Joe Kelleher
Breakfast management and preparation: Melvin Starks, Larry Danos, Breakfast Manager Emeritus,
Breakfast volunteers: Liz Cormier, Anna Sylvester, Joe Kelleher, Donald Wilton
Moderator volunteers and cultural assistance: Dolores Priem, Sonnie Willis, Merle Euston, James Adams
Audio-Visual assistance: Charlie Freas, Mark Allan
Forum Speaker Gerald Nicosia
Post-Beat Poet, Biographer and Historian
Reception at the home of Karen Melander-Magoon
Members of the Folk Orchestra of
First UU SF perform at the Forum
Author Jill Nusinow speaks about her book "The Veggie Queen"
Home-baked treats at the
Forum Breakfast Buffet
Forum Volunteers Host the
Breakfast Buffet Table
Photos on this page by Sonnie Willis