Announcements (June 2014)

Second Sunday Lunch

This coming Sunday, June 8th, is Second Sunday Lunch!  I hope you will join us for food and fellowship at 12:30 pm.  We will be trying a new restaurant this month:  Yannas Taverna, 12715-A Wawick Blvd. in Newport News.  From the UUFP, turn left on Warwick Blvd.  Yannas is on the right in the shopping center by Maxwell Lane.  (757)930-FETA (3382).  They serve authentic Greek food.  For more information contact Bobbie Schilling or (757) 249-2586


Goddess Circle:  Wonder Twin Powers, Activate!

Goddess Circle will examine twin deities during the summer.
Tris will present Twin Deities of the Americas

June 1, 2014
This is an open discussion circle for both men & women.
Goddesses are chosen from various world religions as a starting place for group discussion.

When: 1st Sun.of each month after the 2nd service (about noon)
Where: In the Annex Building Why: potluck, fellowship and fun.
Childcare can be provided with advance notification.
Please contact with any questions.


Adult RE Schedule:

6/1 Cameron: the next age of government
The leader of Britain’s Conservative Party says we’re entering a new era — where governments themselves have less power (and less money) and people empowered by technology have more. Tapping into new ideas on behavioral economics, he explores how these trends could be turned into smarter policy.

6/8 Gil Crippen

6/15 Ghani:
Ashraf Ghani’s passionate and powerful 10-minute talk, emphasizing the necessity of both economic investment and design ingenuity to rebuild broken states, is followed by a conversation with TED curator Chris Anderson on the future of Afghanistan.

6/22 Schwartz: Using our practical wisdom
In an intimate talk, Barry Schwartz dives into the question “How do we do the right thing?” With help from collaborator Kenneth Sharpe, he shares stories that illustrate the difference between following the rules and truly choosing wisely.

6/29 Schwartz: Our Loss of Wisdom
Barry Schwartz makes a passionate call for “practical wisdom” as an antidote to a society gone mad with bureaucracy. He argues powerfully that rules often fail us, incentives often backfire, and practical, everyday wisdom will help rebuild our world.



If you have passed your 50th birthday we welcome you to join us for a potluck luncheon on June 17th, at 12:30 at the Church Office. Please call Esther at 369-1858  for a place.


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