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“Through Children’s Eyes”
Matthew Shineman, DLRE
Do you ever wonder what the children of UUFCC experience mornings? Join us for our annual Religious Education Service as each class gives you a glimpse into their faith development. Stay for the Annual Meeting!
UUFCC Annual Meeting,
Stay after services for our Annual Meeting, beginning at . Vote for your favorite First Plate Collection! Lunch will be offered for a modest fee by the Social Action committee from before the Annual Meeting. Proceeds will go to purchase water filters for the Mayan Indian families in Panajachel, Guatemala. Deb, Ken and Peg and the Mayan families will be installing these water filters.
Soulful Sundown, May 17, 7:00pm
“Five Wise Words from Judaism”
Worship Associate: Chas Brua
As a starting point for personal reflection and sharing, we will use brief readings from Rabbi Arthur Green’s book These Are the Words: A Vocabulary of Jewish Spiritual Life. We will consider how these teachings are reflected in our own lives, whatever our personal traditions might be.
WEEKLY NEWS AND EVENTS
There is a homeless man in his 40's who is being treated for prostate cancer, is having radiation treatments right now. He stayed with us in the shelter. He has excellent hygiene, well spoken and needs shelter. Would anyone offer him a room and access to a bathroom temporarily? He's not incapacitated. If interested, call me at 814.883.6734. ~ Peg
Fellowship Office Summer Hours
Through Labor Day Weekend, the Fellowship Office will be open/ / from (closed Mondays and Fridays).
Mindfulness Meditation - EVERY MONDAY EVENING!
Second Potluck and Game Night ! (May 13)
Join us at in Fellowship Hall. This is an opportunity to meet with others and talk about your interests. Please bring a dish to share, and plan to stay afterward to play games with other adults and teens.
Interested in learning Spanish? Come to Amigos UUnidos at in Fellowship Halln! We will continue with the Destinos story plus conversation, exercises, songs and more.
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All are invited to participate in an informal discussion of books, newspaper or magazine articles, poetry or anything else you have read recently. Come just to listen or to join the conversation. Our meeting date is the second of each month. Please telephone Marlee Erwin 234-0897 or Reinhard Graetzer 238-5239 for additional information.
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Weatherization First Spring Fundraiser,
at Ace Hardware on South Atherton Street
Our labor is voluntary, but we need supplies after this hard winter. Come to Ace Hardware on May 16 and as you buy your own spring supplies, you can also help us in several ways:
1. Purchase a weatherization item from the display inside and give it to us.
2. Buy a gift card from ACE that we can use later.
3. Give us cash or a check made out to PA Interfaith Power & Light (with Weatherization First on memo line). Checks may be mailed to PA IPL, 2100 C East College Ave., State College, PA 16801
4. Donate online at www.paipl.org. Designate donation for Weatherization First.
UUFCC Annual Meeting,
Stay after services for our Annual Meeting, beginning at . Vote for your favorite First Plate Collection!
The Fellowship Supper will be held on Wednesday, May 20 at 6PM in the Fellowship Hall. The main dish will be provided - please bring sides/desserts if you can, but don't worry if you can't - there will be PLENTY of food. We'll celebrate May birthdays with cake and a song. ALL, newest to oldest are welcome! Hope to see you there!
Memoir Group, –
Music Director Wanted!
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Centre County is seeking a Music Director, quarter-time (13.5hr/wk for 10 months/year), starting August 2015. The Music Director will develop a diverse and stimulating music program and provide professional leadership for the choirs and other musical activities of the congregation, being sensitive to UU principles and values. Duties include planning and overseeing music for all worship services from September to mid-June, rehearsing and conducting the adult choir and the jazz band, developing and leading children’s music programs, scheduling special music, as well as fulfilling administrative duties. Candidates should be competent in choral and band conducting, have vocal experience and exhibit good administrative, communication, and interpersonal skills. Piano or other instrument strongly preferred. The music director must be willing to work with the minister and staff as well as volunteers in service preparations and other church activities. Salary range within UUA recommended guidelines. Submit your applications BY to:
Music Director Search Committee
780 Waupelani Drive Extension
State College, PA 16801
Fourth Game Night,
Join us at in Fellowship Hall. Bring snacks to share!
Sponsored by the Delta Program. Join us from in Fellowship Hall for unlimited pasta, silent auction and live entertainment! Adults $10, Seniors $7, Under 12 $5, Under 3 Free!
“How Will We Be Remembered?”
Rev. Mark Hayes
If our concept of immortality involves our living on in people’s memories, we might consider what legacy those memories will define for our lives.
Annual Spring Celebration Concert
Wesley McCall, Music Director