This week we’ll begin the first of eight beginners yoga classes, at 1:30 p.m. On Sunday, the Rev. Howard, a Unitarian Universalist from Valdosta, Ga., will speak.
Author: Brenda Stevens
Wednesday 12/30 – UU Singers will practice at 6:00, but Wednesday Night Discussion Group will not meet.
SUNDAY, January 03, 2016.
First Sunday Pot Luck…..Bring a Friend
9:30 Adult Religious Education: Dignity of Difference
10:40 Sunday Service: In Defense of My Generation, presented by David Smith, Columbus High School Senior.
Today is also the day to bring non-perishable food for our monthly contribution to Feed the Valley Food Bank.
We celebrate Christmas this week with family and friends, recognizing the important contributions to the holiday made by Unitarian Universalists, to wit: Jingle Bells, A Christmas Carole, etc. Next Sunday’s program features a talk by John Land on the separation of church and state.
On Sunday, Dec. 20, our UU Singers will present “Go Tell it on the Mountain: the UU Story of Christmas.” In song and story, with help from Stephen Nissenbaum’s “The Battle for Christmas,” they’ll explain out Unitarians and Universalists helped shape the way we celebrate Christmas today. Click “Read More” for details and other events this week.
Wed.12/09 – 6:00 UU Singers practice.
Wed.12/09 – 7:00 Discussion Group. Topic: Our Speech; The Importance of Language.
Thurs. 12/10 – 6:30 Women’s Group meets at Ann Newland’s home.
9:30 Adult Religious Education: First Council of Nicaea.
10:40 Children’s Religious Education: Finding Beauty in Uniqueness.
10:40 Sunday Service: Reverend Marti Keller, affiliated minister, UU Women’s Federation.
Title: She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry – exploring the possibilities of anger as a tool in the struggle for human worth and dignity.
Maj. Thomas Sturm will talk about “Peace and Remembrance” this Sunday. Wednesday discussion: political correctness. Click “Read More” or the headline for details about other activities throughout the week.
This Sunday fellowship member Ron Ussery will discuss “Life Lessons from Dale Carnegie.” The UU Singers will practice Wednesday, and the Wednesday Discussion group and the Friday UU Media Lunch will meet as planned. For details, click the headline or “Read More.” For more stories move your cursor over the little tabs at the lower left.
On Sunday, Nov. 15, speaker Nate Gross, a theater professor (at left) will talk about “Acting—The Method of the Madness: Tied Loosely to Some UU Principles.” The final two performances of the StageSouth production of Horton Foote’s “1918” will be Friday and Saturday. Click “read more” or the headline for details. Move your cursor over buttons at lower left for more topics.
On Sunday, Oct. 25, Dr. Larry Meisel will talk about “Reinstating the Draft.” Click on “More” to learn our singers, our discussion group and other programs this week.
Lots to do this week. Of special note, our Wednesday Night Discussion Group will include a wine-and-appetizers send-off for long-time member Don Nahley, who is moving. On Sunday, join us for psychologist Dave Walkers talk on “Faith and Empathy.” Click on the headline for this store or on “Read More” below for details. (Roll your cursor over the little buttons at lower left to read more stories.)