Social activities strengthen our ties as a church community while fostering friendships and emotional support among members and friends of the congregation. They’re a good way for newcomers to quickly feel at home. Be sure to view our Events and visit our Social Activities pages. Committees work hard but also take time to socialize. And while our classes are for learning, they’re also for fun!
Pre-COVID, once a month, we would gather in our Sanctuary and watch a film on our big screen together. Currently, our movie nights have been occurring virtually. Generally with a social justice theme, these movies inspire, motivate, and make us think! Discussion follows.
Watch for upcoming Movie Night dates on our Events page.
Guilt-Free Craft Group
Currently taking a break for the summer. Check back for updates!
We meet regularly to knit, crochet, sew, bead, chat, snarf cookies, and whatever else we call “crafting.” Sewing machines and comparatively quiet electrical tools are welcome. Band saws might be a problem. Join the UU Guilt-Free Craft Group Facebook page for information.
You might also want to join one of the small discussion groups. We call them Covenant Groups and they meet twice a month online or sometimes outside. They generally run from September until the end of May. If you are interested in this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We all need time to slow down and find a quiet place inside. Sometimes we can do that on our own, sometimes we need others to help us. Uncapped Conversations is a time to gather, think deeply about ourselves as spiritual beings, and reconnect with who we are, what we believe, and who we want to become. Scheduled for the last Tuesday of the month online on Zoom. To register and get more information, please contact Rev Leslie Mills at email@example.com .
Pathways: An Introduction to Unitarian Universalism
Pathways to UU: An Introduction to Unitarian Universalism hosted by Rev. Leslie Mills. If you are new to Unitarian Universalism, new to the Fellowship, or simply want to refresher, this interactive exploration of Unitarian Universalist history, theology, and congregational life is for you. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information about upcoming events.
This is a “read for fun” group and we welcome all and anyone who would like to read and discuss books. Have you read a book that you think would be interesting to discuss? If you’re interested in participating, contact email@example.com to receive more information!
Keep Calm and Join our Virtual Choir!
Fact: Singing in a choir improves breathing, posture, mood, blood pressure, brain power, immune system and energy. Who could ask for anything more? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Trivia Team: UU & Friends
Not currently happening, hope to find a way to do this virtually soon!