Register for Tuesday Luncheons

Join us for great food, interesting conversation and an informative talk.

From the beginning fellowship has been an important goal of SCW. To this end, we have a monthly luncheon, except July and August, with a speaker. Your first luncheon will be free - after that they are, on a voluntary sliding scale, ($15 sliding scale to $12.00) Luncheons are the third Tuesday of every month.


Join us for lunch on the third Tuesday of each month, September through June, at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Francisco in the Thomas Starr King Room.

11:30 AM  -  12:00 PM   Mixer
12:00 PM  -  12:15 PM   Membership Meeting
12:15 PM  -  1:00 PM     Catered Lunch
  1:00 PM  -   2:00 PM    Program


* Every month except December, June, July & August, there is a monthly membership

meeting that convenes before each Tuesday luncheon. This meeting is open to

all SCW members.



Reservations for luncheon must be made on or before the Sunday preceding the luncheon at the sign-up table or by email/telephone before 7 pm. Email Kathleen Moran at or call (415)-742-4728. The telephone number to call is also given in the SCW newsletter, an SCW brochure and in the church bulletin. A member may reserve and pay in advance for the season, rather than reserve each time.

Tuesday Luncheon Events


Discussion of Aging Issues for our Minister’s Consideration

Tuesday, September 17, TSK Room

At our first meeting of the new SCW year, we will share around our luncheon tables the challenges we are facing as we age – health? communication and transportation constraints? isolation? A facilitator at each table will record and summarize, and our topics will be passed on to senior minister Vanessa Southern, who will be our featured speaker in October.


Mixer at 11:30 AM; Lunch at 12PM; Roundtable discussions at 1PM. 


Please make luncheon and program reservations by Sunday, September 15, at 7PM. Sign-up table will be available on Sunday Sept. 15th after church or click the link below.


Or contact Kathleen Moran at $12 to $15 sliding scale. No one refused for lack of funds. 

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