A workshop presented by Garry Snipes and Lisa Mowery, who will provide clear and simple recommendations to realize a good death when our time has come, and to be able to support others in their dying process. An opportunity for dialogue will be an important part of this course, so that we can all learn from each other.
The 5-part workshop will take place:
- Wednesdays from 12:00-1:15 PM via Zoom
- March 17, 24, 31,
- April 14, 21
See the flyer for further information.
Register by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Long Strange Trip: A History of Unitarian Universalism
Wednesday evenings 7-8:30 – continuing through March 17th
This is the first adult enrichment program of the year, a Zoom watching of a video series produced by the UUA that will be facilitated by UUCS member Jim Scanlan. The series presents a history of liberal religion beginning with the early Christian era, followed by the development of Unitarian and Universalist faiths, through the merger of the two faiths to the present. We will watch 6 1-hr videos during 6 consecutive weekly sessions. After each viewing, there will be 30-min of discussion. Wednesday evenings 7-8:30 in February, continuing through March 17th
Please join us! Email email@example.com with your request to join our Wednesday evening ‘Long Strange Trip’ series.
The Social Justice Consciousness Team invites you to several upcoming movie nights! We have scheduled these movie nights leading up to the congregational dialogues. Even though we can’t gather, we can all watch the movie at the same time! Or, if it works better for you, feel free to watch the movie on your own schedule. Following the movie, we will have a short Zoom gathering where we can discuss the movie.
You should be able to find these movies on multiple streaming services or on DVDs at the library.
Monday, March 22, 7:00 pm – “Just Mercy”
Available on Netflix and YouTube
Zoom link for a post-movie discussion on “Just Mercy”- 8:45 pm will be posted in the weekly ‘Happenings’ email newsletter.
Watching these movies as a congregation helps us do the consciousness work that is at the center of our social justice emphasis this year. We hope you can join us for the discussion. But we hope you will watch the movie even if you can’t attend the Zoom conversation.