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Kaleidoscope Pagan Group
April 29, Saturday, 6 p.m.
Ritual at 6 p.m., followed by a potluck. All are welcome. Barb Carter, coordinator
Hikers of All Ages Welcome – April 30
Our new monthly hike will take place on the third Sunday of the month (for this month, we will hike on April 30) we will meet at the church at around 1:45, and then head over to Grindstone Nature Area (on Old Hwy. 63) at 2 p.m. We will hike the same trail each month, learning to become attuned to the changes and cycles that are occurring. The hike is approximately two miles in length, with a creek which we will stop at for a while to rest and play at the halfway point. Most of the hike is fairly moderate, but there is one 50 meter stretch that is fairly steep.
Jamila Batchelder, coordinator
10:05 to 10:35 a.m. – Mindfulness Meditation – Fire Circle
Mindfulness Meditation takes place from 10:05 to 10:35 a.m. every Sunday in the Centering Room – or, if the weather is suitable, outside around the Fire Circle behind the church. On fourth Sundays throughout the year, Mindfulness Meditation takes place at the Fire Circle whatever the weather (unless it is raining). Meditators of all levels of experience are welcome. This is mainly silent meditation with some instruction, if needed, and with brief selected readings from eminent teachers. Email Peter Holmes for more information.
Worship: “Celebrating Our Love for Mother Earth” – Green Sanctuary Team
Our Green Sanctuary Team is pursuing certification as an official UUA Green Sanctuary Congregation. Join us to rededicate our whole congregation to the work of sustainability, environmental justice, and rooting ourselves in love and celebration for our natural world.
New UUCC T-Shirts now available
Featuring the beautiful logo designed by our own Melissa McConnell!
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What’s Happening Soon
May 6 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Connector Training for the Growth Through Connection and Service Program – Peter Holmes, coordinator
White Supremacy Teach-In
Join us to explore what white supremacy culture means in today’s world (hint: it doesn’t just mean hate groups) and to grapple with how racism and oppression live in our institutions as well. We will have two opportunities for this Teach-In. First, in a workshop with potluck lunch on Sunday, May 7 from 12:30pm-2:30pm after the second service (please bring a dish to share), and second, in a Sunday service on Sunday, June 18. Join us for one, or even better, for both.