March 31: Trans Day of Visibility

10 AM Service led by Reese Kelly

11AM – stimulating coffee and conversation!

11:30 – Not Quite Narwhal, a brief skit by the RE kids

12:00 – Brown Bag DISCUSSION: Teachable Moments from the UU World’s Trans Article, facilitated by Lauren Strauss, CRE, cis-woman. 

Bring your lunch and your uninhibited questions.  Lauren will chat with cis-folks who want to ask stuff without causing pain to trans-folks.  Ask anything!  This is the pronoun discussion, this is the athletes discussion, this is the discomfort discussion.

12:00 – Activity for folks who would feel pain from hearing the uninhibited questions (discussion?  movie?  knitting circle?  contact Sparrow with ideas) 

1:30ish – Take a Moment to Breathe; Love Yourself; Find Joy in Movement – a movement class with Mary Chris DeBelina Doyle, MFA, choreographer.  Come be in your body; every body welcome; all abilities and levels welcome; YOU are welcome!  This class begins with your breath, and we will work from the inside out, ending by dancing together, appreciating the differences and similarities of us ALL!

March 3: The Hero’s Journey: Truth and Myth

10 AM with Sparrow F. Alden, CRE

The Finnish body of myth and legend known as the Kalevala is both a national treasure and universally appealing narrative. Please join Sparrow to explore truth and myth in these tales.

March 3d Exchange: In this month of Journeys, Rev. Jan is going to travel into the farmhouse to get a first-hand experience of our Sunday morning children’s program.  Sparrow will let us know where her studies have led her by sharing the sermon.

Tasmania Travelogue

Thursday, February 21st at 7:00 PM

In 2014, following their joint retirement, Mark and Cappy Nunlist went on a walkabout, first to Tasmania, an island off the southeast coast of Australia, then to New Zealand.

Cappy will give a slide presentation about the first part of this once-in-a-lifetime trip. See unspoiled beaches, spectacular cliffs, learn about Tasmania’s unique history, a world-famous trek – and Tasmanian devils – what more could you ask for! 

If you enjoyed her recent talk about New Zealand, you are sure to be fascinated by this one.

Enjoy coffee and a selection of homemade desserts after the presentation.

$10 donation appreciated, fundraiser for UUCUV