MONTHLY THEME:

FEBRUARY - PEACE

Peace is a day-to-day problem, the product of a multitude of events and judgments. Peace is not an 'is,' it is a 'becoming.' ~ Haile Selassie

NEWS & NOTES:

Calling Storytellers!

Story Slam Storytellers Needed

Sunday, April 19th, 3pm

Do you have a story to tell?? We'd love to hear it! Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . There will be 2 required rehearsals: April 11th, 1:30-3:30pm, Community Room, and April 18th, 1:30-3:30pm, Earth Room. Rehearsal dates don't work? Arrange a private meeting. Marinel will teach us how to tell our stories without reading them.The number of storytellers will be limited to 18 so sign up soon; contact Elaine by March 28th! What a wonderful opportunity!

PENNY DRIVE

MLK Penny Drive!!

We refuse to believe there are insufficient funds in the great vaults of opportunity of this nation. ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

The UUCMC RE program wants to remind us all that the work of Martin Luther King, Jr. is not done. Bring your pennies or loose change each Sunday from January 25th to March 1st. Our children and youth will be collecting to support after-school educational activities at the Ferguson Library. This is the last week!

COMMON READ

Next UUCMC Common Read

Thanks to Jan Boyarin for nominating our next selection: "The Invention of Wings", an historical novel by Sue Monk Kidd. We'll discuss the book at the end of April.

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UUCMC PAS STORY SLAM

UUCMC Performing Arts Series

Story Slam

Sunday, April 19th, 3pm

Come to a wonderful performance experience...listen to the adventures of being alive, told by folks you know, and some you don’t know, who are generous and daring enough to offer a small tidbit of their life’s journey. A time to laugh with, perhaps shed some tears for, and certainly admire and honor each person’s story. This is a fundraiser for UUCMC; come support the congregation and the storytellers!

Suggested donation: Adults $15.00 Senior/students $10.00 Children $5.00

Select:

UU History Film Series

The Long Strange Trip  

Even if you have missed other films, each one is worth seeing.

A six-part film series detailing the history of Unitarian and Universalist thought from the beginning of the Christian era to what we know today as Unitarian Universalism. Each session starts at noon; bring a brown bag lunch. The films are one hour with a short discussion following. Led by Michelle McKenzie-Creech; Charly & Jean Nelson.

Remaining Saturdays: February 28th; March 14th & 28th

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