The Unitarian Universalist Men’s Fellowship (UUMF) is an affiliated organization of The First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego. The goal of this fellowship is to assist men in their quest to discover who they are as men, sons, fathers, grandfathers, husbands, partners, and brothers.
UUMF Spring Retreat
Camp deBenneville Pines
April 12-14, 2013
All men are invited to join us in the beauty of the mountains and the safety and fellowship of our Brothers at Camp deBenneville Pines to unpack issues and support each other. Our theme is Guideposts through the Wilderness: Our Journey from Surviving to Thriving. For more information please open the flyer/registration form or stop by the Sunday table on the patio or contact Mike Dorfi 619.466.5952.
Fourth Monday Discussion
On the fourth Monday of the month, interested men meet in Room 114 (usually) from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. to discuss a wide variety of topics dealing with men’s issues. Most meetings begin with a check-in. These discussions and events/topics are announced via our web site and email to UUMF participants.
The Men's Fellowship currently has a dozen closed committed active support groups. They usually meet twice a month at members’ homes. The groups range in size from five to eight men. If, after becoming familiar with the Fellowship, you would like to consider membership in a group, please contact Armin Kuhlman, support group coordinator. These are not crisis groups and require a significant time commitment.
The direction of the Fellowship and upcoming events are discussed and coordinated at regularly scheduled meetings of the Steering Committee. We work on the consensus model and welcome input from all who attend. Kim Cohn and Fergal O’Doherty are our current conveners. Please email them regarding the next meeting.