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Celebrate Pride! Be a greeter at the Fellowship booth at this year's PrideWS! We'll work in 2-hour shifts, but you can definitely greet for more than one shift! You can sign up online any time, or at the SAC Table on Sundays.
Please support the Fellowship CROP Walk Team 'Fighting to End Hunger'. The annual CROP Walk will be held on Sunday October 20, 2019 starting at Corpening Plaza in downtown Winston Salem. Check-in is at 1:30pm and the walk begins at 2:30pm. Your UU Team is led by Cynthia Dodge and Jim Norris, who will have a table in the lobby every Sunday up until the event. You can donate and/or register to participate at their table, or online here: https://www.crophungerwalk.org/winstonsalemnc/Team/View/115768/Unitarian-Universalist-Fellowship-of-WS
Come join us at Marguerite’s Coffee House to hear Harmonia, a wonderful vocal trio that will take us on a musical trip down memory lane. They will have us tapping our toes as they sing songs from the 1920's through 1960's. This is a free event. A light dinner is provided (you are welcome to bring appetizers, beverages, and dessert items). Donations are welcome to help cover costs.
Pathways to Belonging is a class in which newcomers can find out more about Unitarian Universalism. The purpose of this class is to help you consider where you are on your life’s journey and how the Fellowship can be a resource in your ongoing search for meaning. The class will also deepen participants’ understanding of a spiritual community and clarify mutual expectations that make life in a spiritual community rewarding. Rev. Lisa Schwartz leads the discussion. Child care is provided with advance request. If you’re new to the Fellowship and you like what you find here, email Caron Armstrong at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place in the final Pathways to Belonging session of 2019, or register through the website. Class size is limited.
Pi Day is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi). Like our love for pie, pi is infinite. Everyone should bring a pie -- pizza, quiche, any dessert pie, crustless and vegan or full of butter -- all pies, and people, are welcome. There will be contests to see who can recite the most digits of pi, and the ever-popular "pin the mustache on Albert Einstein" game (3/14 is Albert's birthday, too).