Steps to Becoming a Member:
Do you want to become a member of the Boulder Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship? If so, we encourage you to regularly attend Sunday services, participate in our congregational activities, and volunteer to serve on one of our committees. We also invite you to attend “New to UU?” hosted by the Member Engagement Council once a month. Discussion topics include the history and principles of Unitarian Universalism, along with the Fellowship’s history.
We host quarterly “Path to Membership”sessions for those interested in officially joining our Fellowship at the member-level. During “Path to Membership,” seasoned congregants delve into Unitarian Universalism, our Fellowship, and the meaning of membership. Register at the Welcome Table if interested.
After completing “Path to Membership,” you’ll be invited to sign the Membership Book in the presence of the Minister or a BVUUF board member. With your membership, you’ll receive a New Member Packet that includes the Fellowship Bylaws, the BVUUF history, budget information, a pledge card, a “Getting to Know You” form, and more. At New Member Sunday, you’ll be invited to be introduced to the congregation as an official member.
If you’re an inactive member who has been inactive for less than one year, you can send a written request to the Member Engagement Council and make a financial contribution to be recorded for the current fiscal year. You will receive an updated “New Member Packet” and may request a new name badge.
Those members who have been inactive for more than one year can sign the Membership Book on a New Member Sunday and can make a financial contribution to be recorded for the current fiscal year. You will receive an updated “New Member Packet” and may request a new name badge.