Special Event on June 12 from 11 am – 1 pm
All are welcome to join the Monday Mindfulness group at Trellis (101 Hospice Lane, WS) to walk the outdoor labyrinth. After turning onto Hospice Lane from Bolton, go past the Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home and the palliative care building. Turn right and follow the parking lot until it ends. The labyrinth is directly behind the buildings.
Bring a bag lunch if you’d like to visit with Fellowship friends at one of the garden shelters near the labyrinth following the walk.
Questions? Email Caron at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of the great privileges of official membership at UUFWS is the opportunity to vote on important business. While voting membership is not a requirement to lend your voice to town halls and general goings-on, the vote is for those who have chosen official membership. And there’s a big vote on the horizon!
If you’d like to be a member who votes to call our new settled minister in April, please connect with Caron Armstrong right away. There will be a pause in signing new members between March 23 and mid-late April after the ministerial call vote. So don’t hesitate!
This message is especially for anyone who’s been around for awhile and has been considering membership, anyone who’s been to a Pathways class but has not yet signed the membership book, and anyone who’s been a member of a UU congregation previously. Email Caron at email@example.com with questions or to schedule a conversation about becoming an official voting member of the Fellowship!
Healing from Religious Trauma
This 3-session course begins on February 21 (+2/28 and 3/7) and is being offered by The Church of the Larger Fellowship, an online UU community.
CLICK HERE for more information about the course and to register for the 3 sessions. Fee is on a sliding scale.
Led by Church of the Larger Fellowship co-lead minister Aisha Hauser, MSW, CRE-ML, this three-part series will make space for participants to take time to reflect on their religious journey and in what ways harm has been experienced and how we can learn to heal in community.
Please note: this session will not be recorded or archived in order to honor intimate participant sharing; however, we may offer this opportunity again at an additional date/time, if sufficient demand is there.
The 2022 Women’s Retreat is scheduled for August 19-21 in beautiful Laurel Springs, NC, and registration is now open. Click HERE to register for the waiting list.
Join us for connection, fun, and reflection. Through mindfulness activities, walks, fire pit chats, and free time to explore nature and natural crafts, this weekend promises to renew and awaken.
Space is limited so the Retreat is only open to members and supporters of the Fellowship. Limited scholarships are available.
Questions? Contact Norma Jean Wilkes, Retreat Committee Chair.
Retreat Planning Team: Carol Hermann, Anne Garvey, Deb Strube, Patti Hubbard and Rosemary Wyman.
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