Fellowship meets at the Jewish Community Center in Herman Hill (Route 83) the second and fourth Sundays September-May. Services and Sunday School are held at 10 AM. Refreshments and conversation follow.
FEBRUARY/EARLY MARCH SCHEDULE
Sunday, Feb. 9: Service “Celebrating Two Cultures: African American and African Crucian History” (Black History Month) by Rev. Qiyamah.
Please return your pledge forms at this service. Forms will be provided at the welcome table.
Sunday, Feb. 16: Covenant Group meeting at the home of Emy Thomas
Tuesday, Feb. 18, 7-8:30 PM at the Jewish Community Center: Power Point presentation and talk by Helen Engelhardt on Israeli/Palestinian cooperation (details below).
Sunday, Feb. 23: Service “How Do I Love You?” by Junia John Straker, CEO of Lutheran Social Services.
Saturday, March 1, 10AM-noon at the Jewish Community Center: Workshop: “What It Means to Be a Unitarian Universalist, led by Rev. Qiyamah and Gail Nealon(details below).
Pledging is important for budget planning! If you haven’t made your pledge yet for Calendar Year 2014, please do so this Sunday, Feb. 9, or you can mail it to the address at the end of this newsletter.
WORKSHOP: ‘WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST’
The Fellowship’s annual workshop entitled “What It Means to Be a Unitarian Universalist will be held Saturday, March 1, from 10 AM to noon at the Jewish Community Center. This workshop provides a brief overview on Unitarian Universalism and covers some of the following: History of Unitarian Universalism,
History of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of St. Croix,
Congregational Dynamics that characterize UUism and the Fellowship,
Unitarian Universalist Association (denominational activities),
leadership and much more! This is a wonderful time to expand your
understanding of UUism ,ask questions and engage in deep soul
searching discussion. Light refreshments will follow. RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
UU friend Helen Engelhardt made a 10-day visit to Israel and Palestine three and a half years ago led by a group called Rabbis for Human Rights. The focus was on some of the consequences of the Occupation of the West Bank and on the groups who are working cooperatively on many issues of mutual concern for Israelis and Palestinians. Helen will be showing a powerpoint program of highlights from that trip.
P.O. Box 3034, Kingshill, VI 00851 * http://www.uustcroix.org *email@example.com
Rev. Qiyamah: * firstname.lastname@example.org 704-458-7676