Donations may be dropped off 4-8pm March 27 & 28, or 4-7pm March 29
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!
10 AM India pilgrims Liz Freeman, Maureen McNulty, Laura Mitchell, Ellen Phillips, and Mandy Ruest will talk about experiences and lessons from their pilgrimage.
Now our kids are stressed about being anxious? I love this response.
10 AM with Rev. Jan Hutslar and Dr. Nick Warren
10 AM with Rev. Jan Hutslar
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.
What works to build up your teen’s resilience? Each family is different!
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