Honoring Brigid at Imbolc: The Persistence of a Goddess. Fri., Feb. 2, 7:30 p.m., Sanctuary. Everyone is invited to this contemplative evening of poetry, story and celtic harp music led by Susan Bennett and featuring music performed by Yong-In Kim and Saori Nystrom.
Please email your opinions on the proposed topics to Wini Atlas using the subject line “CSW Poll” by Jan. 26. The UU Commission on Social Witness is conducting a poll on how member congregations feel about two possible CSAIs that will be decided by delegates to the next UU General Assembly (GA) in June, Undoing Intersectional White Supremacy and Dismantling Intersectional Oppression. Find details here. CSAIs are for four years of study and action by congregations. Each congregation may vote for both, one or neither. The poll’s purpose is to determine if there is sufficient interest in an issue to include it on the 2018 GA agenda.
Sermon 01.07.18: Intent vs. Impact: Resolutions for a New Year by Rev. David A. Miller
Sat., Feb. 10, time and location coming soon. Young Adult Fellowship group will enjoy a potluck lunch and prepare snacks for guests at UUCF’s Hypothermia Shelter. Learn more about the Hypothermia Prevention Program here.
Sun., Feb. 4, 12:30-3 p.m., Commons. (Group will move to the Program Building at 1 p.m.) The Young Adult Fellowship will develop and lead the worship service on Apr. 15. Pizza provided for this planning session. Please RSVP to Pippin Whitaker and include any dietary restrictions. The April worship theme is Emergence.