For Upcoming Worship Service Topics


April 2
3:30-4:30 pm –  Family Yoga with Quita Payne. Note earlier time. We focus on gentle yoga for all ages, adapted to your personal level of experience or inexperience.  All equipment except a yoga mat is provided.
5:00 pm – Cesar Chavez: American Icon. On March 29th we celebrate the birthday of Cesar Chavez.  Although he died in 1993  he continues to be revered  by farm workers and social activists around the US.  He influenced the lives of many people, including that of this service’s speaker, Worship Associate Anna Garcia . What made him such an icon? How did he succeed in organizing farm workers where others had failed?  We will talk about his life and how he gave rise to a movement which changed the lives of farm workers around our country. With Worship Associate Earl Cruser.
Children’s RE: Electric lights are important to us.  When the children come on Sunday we will build some circuits and hear the story of Unitarian Lewis Howard Latimer, an African American inventor who worked with Thomas Edison.

April 9
4:00-4:45 pmDrum Circle with Buddy Jones
4:45-5:00 pm – Piano music with Ken Elias
5:00 pm – Rev. Kathleen Scott presents The Peace That Passes Understanding – How to stay centered in peace and joy no matter what is happening around you.  What are the thought habits that will support you in that personal shift?
Children’s RE: This Sunday’s lesson focuses on the value of helping and concern.  We will learn about Clara Barton and the humanitarian efforts of the International Red Cross.

April 16
Easter Sunday. No services this evening. Join the Friends for our annual brunch. Time is 9:00 am at the Lovett’s yard, down the driveway from Meetinghouse. Bring a potluck dish to share. If you are willing and able, come help set up on Saturday or stay later to pack up the tables and chairs.

April 23 
4:45-5:00 pm – Piano music with Ken Elias
5:00 pm – Kathleen Scott presents The Renewal of Our Minds – St. Paul urged disciples to be transformed by the renewal of their minds.  What did he mean?  How do we transform our thought habits so completely as to re-create our lives on a deeper, more meaningful level?

 “You could not step twice into the same river, for other waters are ever flowing on to you.”  -Heraclitus

Children’s RE: This week we will study Josiah Wedgwood, a British Unitarian who founded a famous pottery company.

April 30
5:00 pm Misti Mata presents Oneness by Way of Remembrance. With Worship Associate Anna Garcia.

Misti will lead a discussion of a book titled A Promise Kept to Bear Witness, by holocaust survivor, Joyce Wagner, who is 95 years old today.  Joyce was a teenager when the holocaust began, therefore her story is filled with vivid memories of a time in history we cannot afford to be disengaged from, as if we were viewing that era in black and white.  Joyce’s story brings color /contextual meaning to the past that is vital to  our world today.
Children’s RE: Fannie Farmer was a famous cook who had her own cooking school and published a famous cookbook. She is important for her contributions to understanding nutritional needs and standardizing measurement.  This Sunday we will be studying her contributions.


Other Events:

Aside from our Sunday Services, we also have special events from time to time, including a book discussion class.