Green Sanctuary Meeting

Sunday, June 25th (12:30 Fletcher Room)

All are welcome to attend our quarterly Green Sanctuary group meeting. This is the group that works on the environmental efforts of UUCJ so that we may continue to live out our 7th Principle and keep our “Green Sanctuary” designation.

Our Gang for June

Our Gang will visit the Cummer on Wednesday June 28. Please meet in the cafe by 10:50. At 11:00 we’ll visit their current exhibit – Ink, Silk & Gold – Islamic Art, followed by lunch in the cafe at noon. Admission is free for members, $6.00 for non-members. Let me know if you’re planning to attend (but feel free to drop by without notification). Call Leisla Sanson Leisla 904-745-7803 if question

Playing with Ideas

Upcoming Topics:

  • 06/25/2017 – The Immigrant Situation – “Resignation Syndrome: Catatonia? Culture-Bound?” – Walter Angell
  • 07/02/2017 – Current Events – Group discussion

Playing with Ideas meets every Sunday morning, from 9:30-10:30 in the Anthony Room.

Healthy Eating Class Rescheduled

The Healthy Eating class scheduled for May 21st, will be moved to May 28th due to a special after-service discussion scheduled for 12:15 May 21st. We will be discussing “The Immune System: Who gets sick and who stays well” on the 28th.

UUCJ Journey: Building Beloved Community

Are you new to our beloved community? Did you love UU 101, Articulating Your Faith, and Know Thyself and Others? Come join us for the next installations in the UUCJ Journey: Building Beloved Community. May 20, 2017 we will be offering sessions on “Aligning Vision into Action” & “Spiritual Practices as Journey to Self and Others”. Register online or with Lois Hoeft.

Our Gang Outing for April 2017

Come join us for a fun and educational trip on Wed. April 19 2017 to the Florida Agricultural Museum on Kings Road North, Palm Coast Fl. 32137. It is near St. Augustine and just a little over a one hour drive from Jax. You can find more information at FloridaAgMuseum.org. We will have a guided tour and learn about Florida’s agricultural history and it’s impact on our economy.