Workshop Leaders include: Rev. Vanessa Southern, Sharon Weld, Rev. Seanan Fong, Rev. Alyson Jacks, Alan Alpert and Wayne Shut, Dr. Mark Sumner
Join us for our second Spirit Saturday! Open to adults and children (ages 5 and up,) this experimental spiritual growth jamboree is an opportunity to feel more in community, connect across the generations, and HAVE FUN! The plan for the morning: we will gather for light refreshments, disperse to attend different workshops, and regather for a brown bag lunch. There will be a requested $10 donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.
Please RSVP by either completing the form online or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The book group will gather in Dutton Study. If you have mobility needs please let Rev. Vanessa (email@example.com) or Joe Chapot when you RSVP.
This 150-page book by educator Dr. Robin DiAngelo is packed with information and frame-shifting invitations (and shoves) for white people, giving them whole new ways to think and and talk about race. The book group will be divided into white caucusing groups and a group for people of color, each with their own facilitator. The book is a must-read for all of us, and particularly for white folks. Last year people got a lot out of reading it, but especially out of the discussions, so please join! Letting us know you are coming, however, is required, (as is reading the book!) Folks who came before are welcome to come again for a second pass at the material, as each read opens up new insights. We look forward to seeing you all.
When we sing together on Sunday mornings as a congregation we join our voices together to create something bigger than ourselves. But perhaps you don't feel confident singing and would like a few pointers to get more comfortable. Or perhaps you love to sing and would like more time to practice in community. Then this class is for you! On select Sundays when the choir is not singing, one of our wonderful song leaders we will lead us through a little bit of instruction and some practice. So come a little early to church and get your song on!
New UU: A one-session class for prospective members
Saturday, May 16, 2020
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Leaders: Revs. Alyson Jacks and Vanessa Southern
Interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and our congregation? This informal and interactive one-session class, led by Revs. Jacks and Southern will help you become more familiar with our community and our faith tradition. The class will explore UU theology and history, covenants and creeds, as well as our principles and purposes. Participants will learn about membership and our many programs and ministries.