UPCOMING EVENTS

September Fellowship Supper

Wednesday Sept 20th at 6pm

Mark your calendars for the September Fellowship Supper, in the Fellowship Hall. This month’s supper will be hosted by the Green Sanctuary Committee. Vegetarian main dishes will be provided, please bring a side or dessert to share, if you can. To highlight our commitment to being a Green Sanctuary Congregation, please try to use ingredients that are locally sourced, organic, and/or fair trade. We’ll honor those with summer and September birthdays with a cake and a song. For folks of all ages!!

Fellowship Suppers are held the 3rd Wednesday of each month, at 6pm.  Each month, a different committee or group sponsors the supper, providing the main course, and others attending are asked to bring a side dish or dessert. This is a great chance to get to know and enjoy the company of fellow UUs!  All are welcome.  For more information, or to sign your group up to sponsor a meal, please contact Helen at helendempsey49@gmail.com or Milena at danneker@verizon.net. Detailed instructions and support provided!

 

UU PAGANS Organizational Meeting

Sunday, September 24th,  11:30am

Library

Are you seeking to further your studies of Earth based religions? Linda Eller is looking for UU’s interested in gathering together and creating sacred space and worshiping the wheel of the year. The group will meet monthly and host rituals throughout the year. If this sounds interesting, please contact Linda Eller (leller01@aol.com) and come to the organizational meeting on the 24th!

 

Green Sanctuary Happenings

Sunday, September 24th, 11:30-12:30

Room 6

TED and Talk: An education and exploration hour including short talks and conversation on Web-of-Life issues, suitable for adults and youth.  Our themes over the next three Fourth Sundays will be nature, water and other species.Featured September TED talks: 1. Emma Marris: “Nature is Everywhere;” 2. Suzanne Simard: “How Trees Talk to Each Other.”  Janet Swim and Dorothy Blair, coordinators.  Questions: contact Dorothy Blair ey6@psu.edu or Janet Swim janet.swim@gmail.com

 

UUFCC Music Series – Penn State Chamber Orchestra Performance

Sunday, October 1st,  4pm

Sanctuary

The Penn State Chamber Orchestra, directed by Gerardo Edelstein, will perform as part of our Music Series at 4 p.m. on Sunday, October 1.  This event is a collaboration between the Music Committee and the Penn State School of Music.  The program will include works by Wagner, Stravinsky and Puccini, and will feature mezzo-soprano Timmie Williams as soloist in “Folk Songs” by Luciano Berio. Ms. Williams is a recent graduate of the Penn State master’s program in vocal performance.  Suggested donation: general $12; $2 for students 18 and over, and younger students attend free.

Upcoming Performances:

November 19, 2017 at 3:00 The Allegheny String Quartet (with Genaro Medina and Jeremy Klapper, violins; Lela Tsinadze, viola; Kim Cook, cello)
February 25, 2018 at 3:00 — Penn State Woodwind Faculty (with Daryl Durran, bassoon; Naomi Seidman, flute; Timothy Hurtz, oboe; David Stambler, saxophone; Anthony Costa, clarinet)
March 18, 2018 at 3:00 — Anne Sullivan (harp) and friends

Questions? Please contact Mary Alice Graetzer (magraetzer@gmail.com)

 

New Small Group Ministry: Meditation, Spirituality, Connection  Organizational Meeting

Sunday, October 1st,  11:30am

Room 6

A new Small Group with as a focus on meditation, spirituality and connection is forming! This will have an organizational meeting.  An important item is selection of the meeting time.  If you are interested, please contact C. Pollard (cpollard@lockhaven.edu) or just come to the meeting and be welcome.

 

Getting to Know UU

Library

Want to learn more about Unitarian Universalism? Interested in getting involved and getting to know people here at UUFCC? Join us for a brief discussion to get your questions answered, meet others, and get some basic information about our Fellowship.

Questions? Contact Membership Coordinator, Olivia Harper (oharper@uufcc.com).

 

UU101

Next Class TBA

Fellowship Hall

UU101 is an opportunity to explore what it means to be a UU, share your beliefs, and learn what the UUFCC has to offer you.  It is a great time to meet other people and find out how to get involved.  No prerequisites, no preparation, just bring your questions!  Our long-time members (Betsy and Chuck Berry, and Laura Brown) will be facilitating the class.

Class limited to 12 people. To register, contact Olivia Harper, oharper@uufcc.com.

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