Jerry Dingus, Jr.
If you have a birthday we overlooked, please contact Bobbie Schilling.
March 5th, 2017
Allison will present
Moana (Pacific Islands goddess of oceans)
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 12:15 pm)
Where: In the Annex Building Why: potluck, fellowship and fun.
Ken Goodrich The 4th Principle of Unitarian Universalism is “A Free and Responsible Search for Truth and Meaning”. In a time of fake news, alternative facts, and an information-scape that seamlessly adapts, caters to, and even exploits our preconceptions, how can we be sure of our own search? Join us for a two-Sunday forum exploring and sharing best practices and insights on how to avoid becoming lost in epistemic bubbles of our own making.
Ken Goodrich “A Free and Responsible Search for Truth and Meaning” part 2
Greg & Janet Gecowets The spirituality of music
Yoga at the UU –
Tuesday Mornings at 9:30
Yoga is a universal practice to increase awareness physically, mentally and spiritually. We meet in the sanctuary.
Bring your mat and come check it out! First class is free. $8 drop-in fee or $40 for 6 classes. Proceeds are shared with the UU. The class is open to non-members, so pass the word!
Whether you are new to yoga or experienced, Vinyasa – All Levels is for everyone. This 75-minute class links body movement with breath and emphasizes strengthening the core. Pose modifications and challenges are offered to fit the participant’s experience level. Starting slowly with warm up stretches, the music takes you to a progressively higher energy level about midway into the class and concludes with a relaxation period. Some benefits for you are improved posture, flexibility, balance, and strength as well as calming of your mind and lessening of stress!
A chance to win $25 gift card to Trader Joe’s
The Committee on Ministry (COM) is doing a survey to clarify how members and friends of UUFP feel about how ‘things’ are going. Is UUFP meeting a majority of the needs of its member and friends? How does the congregation feel/think we are doing as an organization?
The survey will be emailed to those that have email accounts listed with the Fellowship. Printed surveys and two envelopes will be available for those that do not have email. The final date for submitting a survey will be Sunday, March 26, 2017.
The survey is anonymous. We are using Google Forms. You do not enter your name. Google compiles the data so we cannot see your answers and names together. In order for us to know who has answered the survey you must email a number that is at the bottom of the form to Meg Glenn-Albiez.
We know how much people love taking surveys, so we have purchased 4 gift cards from Trader Joe’s (at the personal expense of the members of the COM). There will be a drawing on Sunday, April 9, 2017 to pick the winners of the gift cards from those who submitted the survey.
Questions? Concerns? Contact a Meg Glenn-Albiez at committeeonministry@uufp