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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.
EcoSolutions is an open group that meets to plan outdoor outings, educate the Fellowship on issues of environmental sustainability, and work together to make our congregation and our community more sustainable. Please join us for the EcoSolutions Quarterly Meeting on Wednesday, Dec 2 from 7-8:30 pm via zoom. All are welcome. We will meet online to discuss plans for 2021. Join us. Send inquiries to email@example.com. Register here---> https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZApcu2ppjsvG9ZaXKTRdmBVmk8j9OdSRM_B
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
Welcome visitors! We've created a special space for you. Follow the link to the scheduled Sunday service. At the end of the service listen for instructions to join a Zoom Breakout group. Look for Zoom Chat messages from Caron Armstrong, and join her and a few Fellowship members for a short gathering. This session is for you if you're visiting for the first time, if you're back as a virtual visitor after being away from the community for awhile, or if you otherwise self identify as newish. Questions? Reach out to Caron at firstname.lastname@example.org. "See" you at the Fellowship!
Youth will meet with adult volunteers and a youth moderator from 3:00-4:00pm on Sundays to explore different faith traditions. They will use the ‘Chuurchcraft’ and Building Bridges curricula, via the Minecraft game, to create a Community Worship Center that includes a room for each faith tradition that they explore.
Join here: https://uufws.org/virtual-chuurchcraft
As we continue to explore the Shape of Justice in our congregation, community, and nation, join Ann Zimmerman and Pam Lepley for a series of conversations. We will meet via Zoom on the 1st and 3rd Sundays. Discussion prompters will alternate between an episode of The Twilight Zone on each first Sunday and reflections on current issues within Unitarian Universalism and our local community on each third Sunday. Discussions are appropriate for senior high youth and adults. Episodes of The Twilight Zone are available for streaming for a small fee via Amazon. You may choose to preview the relevant episode or read the included synopsis prior to our discussion. To join: https://uufws.org/virtual-sofj-conversations-fifthd
The #1 New York Times bestseller offers an examination of race and racism in America and how we respond when it enters our consciousness. Ijeoma Oluo's practical approach to the discussion of racism aims to make honest conversations about race and racism possible. Sponsored by the Community Transformation group as part of its effort to raise awareness in our congregation of the impact of race and racism, this user-friendly work provides tools for effecting change while confronting one's perceptions and perhaps misguided intentions. Participants are asked to read the book in advance of a group discussion led by Donna Hatchett. Join here: https://uufws.org/virtual-book-read-Dec-10