What's UUp on October 22?
Celebration of Life 11:00 am
"Down the Passage Not Taken, Towards the Door Never Opened"
Speaker: Rev. Kathy Hurt
How does emotional intelligence enter into our decision-making processes, and is saying "it feels right" a sufficient justification for a decision?
4th-6th Grade OWL meets in room 204 from 11:00-12:15.
Religious Exploration Sundays 9:45-10:45
Classes Meeting October 22
See Class Descriptions at firstulou.org/cre (children) and firstulou.org/lre (adult)
Nursery care is available 9:30-12:00. Room 214.
Preschool -1st Grade (Explorers) Treasure Hunting-Take 2 Room 212.
2nd - 4th Grade (Seekers) Spirit of Adventure Room 207.
5th - 8th Grade (Questers) Lodestone Room 202.
Senior High: Individual Apprenticeships See the DRE
Yoga Bring a mat if you have one. Room 205
Cakes for the Queen of Heaven Room 101 (Parlor)
Faith Like a River: Themes from UU History Room 103 (Library)
Coffee and Social Justice Social Hall.
First U Movie Night This Friday, October 20 at 6:00 pm. Free popcorn - Other concessions available for purchase.
Fresh Stop Market Order by Friday, October 20 for October 25 delivery. This will be the last delivery of the year. Contact Barbra Justice 502-234-0607 or velma2720 [at] yahoo.com ((link sends e-mail)) or www.newroots.org(link is external) or 502-509-6770.
Food Gift Cards Needed New Roots is accepting donations of grocery store gift cards (Kroger, Valu Market, etc.) to help low income shareholders purchase produce over the winter months. The October 25 market delivery is the last one for the year. Anyone wishing to donate, please contact Barbra Justice 502-234-0607.
Women’s Alliance Tea Bring your white gloves, favorite tea cup and your most "ladylike" hat for the Women's Alliance Tea 9:30 am to 11:30am Saturday October 21st in the Social Hall. If you have an extra hat, bring a spare to share. We will have a speaker from Moms Demand Action against Gun Violence, an important business meeting and lots of time to socialize. Looking forward to seeing you there.
Opportunity to Join First U on October 22 We look forward to welcoming new members at our bi-annual new member ceremony which will take place October 22 during the service. All those who are over 16 years of age and whose values align with the mission and covenant of First Unitarian Church are welcome to join. Please let Reverend Kathy know your intentions to join ahead of time if possible. And come for celebratory cake and conversation following the service!
CUUPs Samhain Sunday, October 22. Everyone is welcome to join us. Samhain means “End of Summer” and is the third and final Harvest. The Dark half of the year commences on this Sabbat. It is a magical interval when the mundane laws of time and space are temporarily suspended, and the Thin Veil between the worlds is lifted. It is said that communicating with ancestors and departed loved ones is easy at this time, for they journey through this world on Samhain. The doors open at 5:30pm and the Circle starts at 6pm. A potluck dinner will follow around 7 pm.
9:45 Religious Exploration
11:00 Celebration of Life, 4-6 grade OWL
12:00 Black Lives Matter vigil
1:00 Beloved Conversation, room 203
6:00 CUPPS: Samhein