Gather for conversation and catching up over a cup of coffee or your beverage of choice . Please continue to bring your own beverage for now. We are unable to Zoom from the patio at this time. We hope to return to multiplatform options in October. Please check back here for updates.
Join Rowan on the playground for fun with friends. Parents/guardians may choose to bring a lawn chair and visit with other families while children play or opt to leave children under Rowan’s watchful eye while you engage in the adult RE activity on the grounds. You can drop children off on the playground as early as 1:45pm and return for them no later than 3:15pm. Enjoy Fellowship programming, visit with friends, or have a moment of solitude, but please remain on the Fellowship grounds while your children are at Playground Pals. Sign up for Playground Pals in advance at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090444AAAB28A57-playground
Bring your lunch to eat while we explore our values through poetry. We will nurture our bodies and spirits as we journey toward becoming more conscious as human beings and Unitarian Universalists. Limited to 8 participants. Sign up in advance at: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090444AAAB28A57-communion
Members and friends are invited to decorate their car with some tricks and bring a bowl of treats for the kiddos (no unmarked candy with nuts or peanut butter please). Park in the side gravel parking lot at the UUFWS by 1:45 p.m. We'll turn the kids loose for trick or treating at 2:00pm. Bring a lawn chair for comfortable seating and dress for the weather! Contact Pam Lepley at email@example.com if you have questions. ALL are welcome - invite friends and neighbors! Everyone should bring a mask and wear it when in close contact with children who don’t live in your household. This is for both your health and theirs.
Facilitated by Pam Lepley, this discussion group is oriented for folks newer to Unitarian Universalism or to the UU Fellowship of Winston-Salem. Our discussion will be informed by reading the book “A Chosen Faith” which is described as “the classic introductory text on Unitarian Universalism with chapters by former UUA President John Beuhrens and Forrest Church that explore the many sources of the living faith tradition of their chosen faith. This is a thought-provoking, entertaining sourcebook for searchers, newcomers and lifelong learners.” The book can be obtained from the UUA Bookstore at:
https://www.uuabookstore.org/A-Chosen-Faith-P16848.aspx - Limited to ten participants. Sign up in advance here by November 1st and a Zoom link will be emailed to you before the first session: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090444AAAB28A57-achosen