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Why Do I Need You? Please join us to watch and discuss "Why Do I Need You?" from the series, The Brain with David Eagleman. In this episode, Dr. Eagleman explores how the brain relies on other brains to thrive and survive. This neural interdependence underpins our need to group together, and our ability to do the very best and the very worst of things to each other. Use this link to join the Zoom meeting https://www.uufws.org/virtual-humanism-with-heart
Come share a joy that you experienced this week. Each Friday at 11, we’ll light the chalice and take turns sharing our joyful experiences to kick off the weekend. Did you get that great parking space at the grocery store? Did you connect with a long lost friend? Did you start a new hobby? All joys, big and small, are welcome. If you don’t have a joy to share, join us anyway and bask in the positivity! We look forward to joyful sharing! Click to join the meeting: https://uufws.org/virtual-joys-with-joyce
Drawdown - Resources and Action on Climate Change - Speaker: Tim Binkley - Tim Binkley from Parkway United Church of Christ will discuss The Drawdown Project and The Drawdown Review. https://www.drawdown.org/. Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming offers ways for all of us to take action on the issue of climate change. Join online here –> https://uufws.org/virtual-forum
Youth in middle and high school will meet virtually to check in, connect, play games, talk strategy, and make plans. Join us online until we can gather again safely in-person. Email Pam Lepley with questions or to be added to the Youth Group email list. Join here: https://uufws.org/virtual-youthgroup
This meditation hour is open to everyone who practices any form of meditation. If you're not someone who practices meditation/ mindfulness but you're interested and you want to know more, this program is also for you.
Misako Kay, who was a tai chi instructor at Robinhood Y (and other local places) before COVID closed us down, will offer free Monday afternoon tai chi classes for UU members. All classes will meet outside in the UU parking area, weather permitting.
“Writing as a Spiritual Practice” functions as a 'virtual' drop-in group. Once you register through the Zoom link https://uufws.org/virtual-writing-spiritual-practice, you can choose to attend as many sessions as you like, using the same Zoom link every time. Please arrive on time to any session that you attend. After we take a moment to say hello and introduce ourselves, I will share a quotation and a writing prompt - then everyone will write for about ten minutes. Bring paper and a pen or pencil - of course it's also fine if you prefer to write on your laptop.
Enjoy a brisk 4 to 5 mile hike at Tanglewood Park on Thursday, April 22 at 10 AM. Turn left after entering the main entrance and go to the free parking lot across the road from the dog park. Some of this hike will be on paved paths or roads, but most of it will be on dirt trails which can be wet and uneven. They may also be shared with horses and bike riders. We will stop along the Yadkin River to see a Great Blue Heron rookery in a tree on the opposite bank. Bring water, possibly a snack, and sturdy shoes or boots. This hike is limited to 10 and masks will be required. Contact trip leader Gus Preschle with questions. or email email@example.com. To sign up, click here --> https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090f48a8ac28a0f58-ecosolutions7