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This is a brown bag lunch event…so you know what to do… Wednesday, April 4 at 10 a.m. Address: 9355 Old Plank Road Per Brian’s recommendations: Wear long pants (to avoid nettles), closed toe shoes, and bring bags or containers and cash and/or cc to buy veggies and/or plants. Car pool: If from the beach: meet at the Fresh Market strip mall lot at 9:15 or…
Do you know a church member that goes above and beyond their offering of time and talent to the church? Then nominate them for Generosity in Action so that their efforts are recognized by our community! Just email your nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org — along with a description of what they’ve contributed to UUCJ — and we’ll put them in the running for…
Many of you received a copy of the new monthly calendar in your bulletins last Sunday. Note that we will be posting the calendars as downloadable files available on the website’s “Events” page (uucj.org/events) that you can print out at your leisure!
Monday, 4/2, 1:00 PM, Regency Books-a-Million Our next book discussion will be on the non-fiction book, Killers of the Flower Moon, by David Grann, a true crime story. The call # is 976.6004. A recent check at JPL showed only ebook and audio books available, so request a hold ASAP, or borrow or purchase the book. All are welcome to attend our meetings.
The Generosity in Action honoree for March is Jennifer Tucker! She has been a hard-working leader within our church community: It is her third year as the O’Leno director or registrar, she was co-chair of the LDC, and she has led Special Events for three years. She is on the Committee on Ministry, and has spearheaded our partnership with Arlington Heights Elementary. We…
Our women of all Ages group will meet Thursday March 22, at the Regency Square Library at 5:30 in the evening in one of the large meeting rooms. Please come and share with us how you became a Unitarian and came to be a member of UUCJ. This will be a great opportunity to get to know some of your fellow members and for us to know you.
The book selection for Monday, April 2, is the novel Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann. It is based on the true-life story of wealthy Osage Indians who began dying in large numbers under mysterious circumstances in 1920s Oklahoma. The meeting is at 1:00 PM at Books-a-Million near Regency.
Anyone who likes to sing is invited to join our choir for our annual Earth Day program on April 22. Rehearsals will begin on Sunday, March 11 at 12:30 in the chapel. Music readers and non-readers are welcome. Rehearsal CD’s are available so you can practice at home as well as each week at church. For information and encouragement speak with Sharon Scholl.
Funny Songs About Peace & Justice Friday, March 9th @ 7:00pm in the Sanctuary & Social Hall Tickets: $15 for individual/$25 for couples if bought in advance For tickets or information contact Ken or Cee Cee at email@example.com You can find more information at www.royzimmerman.com.
We’ll be mindfully walking our labyrinth on Sunday, March 4, 10:15 to 10:45. March is the month of the Vernal Equinox (March 20) with the light growing longer and coming into balance with the dark. So too, we can walk to bring insight and balance into our lives. Join us! Beginners welcomed! (We’ll next walk April 8, after Easter Sunday.)