This month offers a number of new opportunities to learn and grow at the Fellowship!
First, our Student Minister, Christina Hockman, and I will offer a series of three classes on Unitarian Universalist history, on the Tuesday evenings of February 9th, 16th and 23rd, all from 7pm to 8:30pm in the Office Building. Come learn about the evolution of both Universalism and Unitarianism from the earliest centuries of the Common Era to the twentieth century, as well as the development of Unitarian Universalism from 1961 until today.
Second, our Membership Committee Chair, Rosalee Pfister, and I will host a reception for young adults (nominally 18- to 35-years old) the evening of Friday, February 19th, 7pm to 8:30pm in the Sanctuary Building. And don’t forget about the annual conference of the Virginia UU Young Adults, taking place at the Fellowship March 4th through 6th!
Third, our Director of Religious Education, Joanne Dingus, and I will facilitate a workshop “From Lay Leader to Worship Associate” following services on Sunday, February 28th. Complementing the course by Chris and Joanne on “The Shared Pulpit”, this interactive workshop will focus on what makes for a coherent, meaningful Sunday service.
Stay tuned for more details about all of these programs!