Our guest speaker for this Sunday is Angel Kalafatis. She will be speaking on Spirituality, Relationships, and Ethical Sexuality. She identifies as Queer/Kinky/Polyamorous and is currently a graduate student conducting research in Stigmatized Sexuality and Identity Formation.
Healthy Eating Class this Sunday May 28th 12:30 in the Fletcher room. “The Immune System- Who gets Sick and Who Stays Well”
Our last labyrinth walk of the summer will be on Sunday, June 4. Start your walk at 10 a.m. to enter the heart of the journey and return before the Sunday service. We will set our intention and mindfully walk the path. Join us!
Join us for food & fellowship on Friday, May 19th 6:30-8:30. Bring your kids and a covered dish to the UUCJ Playground.
Tyler will have a grill and veggie burgers. See you there!
If you are donating to UUCJ through Stock transfers, please call or email Jennifer Riley to let her know the date you did the transfer, so that we can be looking for it. Please note to us if it is a Special Donation or to pay Pledge. Also, if you are donating from your IRA account and are taking your RMD, you avoid paying taxes if donated to the church.
Sharon Scholl and the UUCJ Choir gifted us with a beautiful concert for our Earth Day Celebration; see the program and more on our website’s blog: http://uucj.org/category/blog/
During Oleno Weekend, Sunday May 7th, we will not be providing nursery care. Tadpole Cove will be open as a crying room for parents.
The Board meeting for May is scheduled for Monday, May 1st at 6pm in the Fletcher room. Find our agenda on the Governance page: http://uucj.org/who-we-are/governance/
It appears that we are missing several copies of “Singing the Living Tradition,” a.k.a. “The Gray Hymnal.” If you have a UUCJ copy in your possession, please let Phillip know (email@example.com) and please bring it back to the office at your earliest convenience. Thanks so much!
May 7, 10 a.m.
Join us as we mindfully walk the labyrinth before Sunday Service. Celebrate the merry month of May as we spring forward and circle to the center and beyond. All welcomed to experience this sacred journey.