Bella Finkel Oglesby
October 2nd, 2016
Allison will present
Stories in Stone: Modern Interpretations
This is an open discussion circle for everyone.
Goddesses are chosen from various world religions as a starting place for group discussion.
When: 1st Sunday after 2nd service (about 12:30 pm)
Where: In the Annex Building Why: potluck, fellowship and fun.
Childcare can be provided with advance notification.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Grab a blanket or lawn chair
Spend a Sunday afternoon with music, BBQ, beer and friends. Sunday October 16 beginning at 4PM. This is the way to end your weekend start your week.
Tickets on-sale now. Only $7 per person, 12 & and over!
You can’t go wrong listening to the blues with Doc Robin and his friends!
The annual Crop walk is October 16, 2016 for 3 kilometers around the CNU campus. The Crop walk raises money to help feed the hungry locally, nationally and internationally. We are also collecting old shoes for Thrive. We need walkers, sponsors and cookie bakers. If you can help, please see Carey Hall-Warner email email@example.com
Coming October 21
The UUFP has gone to Pocahontas State Park for 14 annual retreats. Pocahontas State Park is located in Chester, VA, south of Richmond. It is known as one of the nation’s most beautiful state parks. There are miles of hiking and biking trails and a lake for kayaking, canoeing, fishing, or just contemplating one’s reflection.
The Retreat encourages meeting new people, connecting with old friends and getting to know many you may only see on Sunday. New friendships always form. There are stories to be told and stories that will be made.
Enjoy fun activities for both adults and children. Play games inside and out. Engage in stimulating conversations. Read a book with the wind blowing through the trees around you. Take a nature hike. Design a T-shirt. Meditate. Decorate cupcakes. Bead a bracelet.
Meals are enjoyed at the lodge as a community. Opportunities for pitching in and working with others to serve and clean up afterwards exist, but there are many hands to make the meals a great event.
As the sun goes down, laughter ensues as a game of flashlight tag inevitably takes off. Soon, a campfire is lit and s’mores are on the menu. Enjoy campfire stories and the beauty of night sky.
If the weather is a bit cool, the showers are hot and bathrooms heated!
Join us this year and create great memories October 21st through 23rd.
The Autumn Goods and Services Auction is coming November 5 but your contributions are needed now.