|Tuesday, October 23||5:30p.m.||Membership Committee|
|Wednesday, October 24||1:00 p.m.||Secular Home Schooling|
|6:45 p.m.||Choir Rehearsal|
|8:00 p.m.||Instrument Ensemble Rehearsal|
|Sunday, October 28||9:45 a.m.||Choir Rehearsal|
|10:30 a.m.||Sunday Service & Children’s Religious Education|
|11:30 a.m.||Faith Community Nursing|
|Noon||Path to Membership Class|
Wednesday Evening Childcare
Sara Burlingame, the Director of Religious Education (DRE), will be offering childcare in the nursery from 5:30- 6:00 on Wednesdays before MusicMakers, our new children’s choir.She is offering this so parents can attend either yoga (social hall) or meditation (upstairs).Please let me know if you are interested, and I may look into getting another helper.Sara’s phone number is 638*4554.
Dust Off Your Instrument!
If you play (or have played in the past) an instrument, and would like to start playing again, we have an Instrumental Ensemble that meets on Wednesday nights from 8:00 – 9:00 in the sanctuary for rehearsal.
Even if you have forgotten how to play, come join us for a rehearsal to see what it is all about!
So far we have had a variety of instruments, including violin, cello, French horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba, euphonium, recorder, and keyboardists during the past month.
This is not an advanced performance group, but a place to get back “into the groove” of playing your instrument again.
We cover the fundamentals of music (rhythm, pitch, key, etc.) and of your particular instrument (embouchure, fingering, posture).
There will be no pressure to perform in front of anyone besides each other in the group, but if you find your talent taking off, we will work you and your instrument into the Sunday morning services from time to time!
Contact Charles Junkin (Charles@CapitolCounseling.net) if you have any questions.
Church Office will be closed
Friday, October 26 through Monday, October 28.
Sunday Service on October 28
Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time with Rev. Audette
The success of this important aspect of fellowship depends on the members of this congregation; the many volunteers are greatly appreciated!When the first letter of your name falls on the assigned Sunday, please come early, help set up, bring a snack to share or devote a few minutes after to help clean up, as budget and time permit, of course!
28th Everyone – Halloween Party
Path to Membership Class
You are invited to join Rev. Audette and the Membership Team for this fall’s Path to Membership Class.The three sessions will be held on October 28, November 4, and November 11, after the Sunday service from 12-1:30 in the library.
Child care will be provided.Lunch will be served at the first session, and we’ll plan to “brown-bag-it” for the next two.
A sign-up sheet is located on the Welcome Table in the church foyer.
If you have any questions, you may call Rev. Audette at 638-4554 or Camille Furtney, Membership Chair, at 638-4554
Costume Parade and Halloween Party
You are invited to come to church on Sunday, October 28, in your Halloween costume, whatever your age!
After the service we will have our Halloween Party with games, prizes, and a costume competition.
Please bring a fun snack to share.
The Focus mailing party is scheduled for Thursday, November 1, at 11 a.m.
You are invited to join other volunteers readying the Focus, the UUCC monthly newsletter, for mailing-folding, taping and labeling.
With five or six volunteers the job takes about an hour and a pizza lunch follows.
No sign up is necessary.
For more information, please contact Andrea Heater, church administrator, at email@example.com or 638-4554.
Social Justice Action-Your Help Is Needed
Fruit and Cookies Needed
UUCC is sponsoring a workshop on Saturday, Nov. 3, to help undocumented youth and young adults get legal status under the President’s executive order, DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).
We are asking the congregation to donate fruit and cookies.
Please leave them in the kitchen starting Friday, November 2 or by noon on Nov. 3.
For more information, call Sandi Gaulke at 630-5856.
Thank you for helping!
“What Moves Us: Unitarian Universalist Theology”
Nov. 14, 21, 28, & Dec. 5, 12 – 6:15pm – 7:30pm
All too often, even long-time Unitarian Universalists struggle to talk about our theological heritage. With a long and rich history, our faith tradition has been a beacon for liberal religionists through many ages.
Join Rev. Audette Wednesday nights in November and December, and discover our religious heritage through the stories of several of historical and contemporary Unitarians, Universalists, and Unitarian Universalists – and reflect on your own place in our ongoing story.
Nov. 14 – Hosea Ballou
Nov. 21 – William Ellery Channing
Nov. 28 – Sophia Lyon Fahs
Dec. 5 – James Luther Adams
Dec. 12 – the Rev. Dr. Thandeka
We are glad to provide childcare if you will let us know of your need at least a week in advance of the first session.
Dreamworking: a new Chalice Circle
Ever wonder what your dreams are trying to tell you?
If so, join Rev. Audette on Sunday, Dec. 9, at 12:15pm for the first monthly Dreamworking Chalice Circle.
We have space for ten in our circle.
Rev. Audette studied dreamwork under Dr. Jeremy Taylor, noted Dreamwork educator. His books include Dreamwork; Where People Fly and Water Runs Uphill; The Living Labyrinth; and The Wisdom of Your Dreams. Using Dr. Taylor’s methods, participants will have an opportunity to “work” their dreams within the context of an accepting community, while building new relationships.
This group will meet monthly on the second Sunday of each month through February, at which time we will see if any schedule change is needed. We will continue for six months and then discuss next steps.
If you would like to join, we ask that you make a serious commitment to being present at each chalice circle.
Parking on Sundays
Peak Wellness has offered us the use their parking lot on Sundays.
This lot is located diagonally across from the UUCC sign in front of the church.
Please, use this space instead of parking across the street on the west side of Thomes.
Residents cannot park their vehicles in front of their houses when we take up their spaces.