All UU members (men and women) are invited to attend. This is held at Temple Israel at 1:00pm. There will be a roll call of churches present and an invitation to the tea following the keynote address by Karma Fordis Lindner, Director of Education at Temple of Israel.
Tea and refreshments are served by many churches that participate in this annual event.
Contact Mary Bullard (477-8745) for more information, or if you would like to donate food for the event.
We are starting a new Dream Group to meet on Sundays (usually) after coffee hour in my office. I held an intro session on Jan. 20th but can provide a brief orientation to anyone who was unable to attend. Due to meetings scheduled immediately after church on 2/3, we will start at about 1:30 p.m. and end by 3:00 p.m. Depending upon the availability of those interested we will meet again 2/3, 17 & 24 and 3/17 & 24(1 p.m) If you would like to have a better understanding of your dreams, let me know! I usually will facilitate 4-6 weekly or bi-weekly sessions and then let group members decide whether to continue, usually meeting monthly. We use a Jungian based process refined by UU Rev. Jeremy Taylor. Suggested reading: The Wisdom of Your Dreams by Jeremy Taylor (available from Amazon, and on Kindle) For more info contact Rev. Bob email@example.com. or 684-6345
Our next class will be Tuesday, February 19, 2019 from 1-3 pm at the church. We’ll be continuing our discussion of different ways to meditate, and how to apply our practice in our daily lives. Please call or email me if you have any questions: Sara Milnes, 209 956-2868, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The next four classes are scheduled as follows, all from 1-3 pm:
Tuesday, February 19
Tuesday, March 19
Tuesday, April 16
Tuesday, May 21
On Thursday, February 21st we'll again be participating in Rotary Read-in at Roosevelt School in Stockton. We need about 10 volunteers, so if you'd like to read and donate a book to an elementary class, please contact Sharon Marr (email@example.com).
The Social Justice Committee exploring the possibility of establishing a UU "Adopt-a-Road" team, which would do roadside clean-up 2-4 times per year on a section of a local road. The county provides all the supplies and equipment and will also erect 2 signs acknowledging the church. If you might be interested in joining the team, please contact Dick Abood (firstname.lastname@example.org,
A great way to honor loved ones or someone you admire. Those ordered during February ($150) will be dedicated a Sunday in March. Pick up an order form from the church office or after church on Sundays through February, or contact Bev Blum 477-5970.
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