BEING UU – SESSIONS ON UU IDENTITY

Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper, Rev. Ed Proulx, and DRE Kathleen Anderson team up to bring you this series of lessons about the UU Denomination–its rich history, its approach to theology, its commitment to social justice, and its promise as a path for personal spirituality and its potential as a faith community for the future.

Mark your calendars!

Thursday, December 5 from 6-8 pm, Founders Room for Being UU: OUR HISTORY.  We stand on the shoulders of giants. This entertaining session will make you proud to be part of our long tradition of heroes, brilliant thinkers, innovators, and the brave souls who have worked tirelessly to bend the arc of history toward justice.

Sunday, January 12, 2020 from 12:45 – 2:45 pm, RE Common Area for Being UU: OUR COMMITMENT TO SOCIAL JUSTICE

On a date to be advise, Being UU: OUR POLITY

Beloved Conversations is Coming!

Weekend Intensive FEBRUARY 28-29, 2020, followed by eight small group workshops.

WILL YOU BE A PART OF THIS CHALLENGING AND ENLIGHTENING PROGRAM?

Beloved Conversations explores the roles of race and ethnicity in individual and congregational life. Developed by the Fahs Collaborative for UU Congregations at Meadville Lombard Seminary, Beloved Conversations recognizes how centuries of racially-informed social, emotional, economic, and spiritual practices wound every person, no matter their background.  Nested in the healing and deep work of faith formation, each participant has opportunities to reckon with how both their personal and group experiences matter and, when negative outcomes are named, how to live and act in a spirit of reconciliation that brings growth and spiritual healing.  Look for Beloved Conversations alumni at coffee hour, and ask them why it matters.  (You will know them by their badges.) 

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS TRAINING, AND placements are limited.Sign up here for online registration, or contact dre@greenvilleuu.org for more information

Regular Groups

EARTH SPIRIT – look out for celebration date updates on our website and e-news. For more information, contact earthspirit.guuf@gmail.com.

MondaysDINING FOR WOMEN, monthly on the last Monday, 6:30 pm, Fellowship Hall. Contact Luci Fernandez – lucia4gaia@gmail.com or Letitia Short – letitia174@gmail.com for more information.

TuesdaysBUDDHIST MEDITATION, weekly, 6:15 pm, Choir Room. YOGA, (last class November 19), 7-8:30 pm, Sanctuary. Please contact Bruce Cable for more information at brucecable@hotmail.com.

WednesdaysCoDA, weekly, 5:30 pm, Founders Room. Please contact Eric Anderson for more information at e.anderson.1@gmail.com.

Thursdays – DRUMMERS, weekly, 6 pm, RE Common. Contact Ben Weston at benkweston@gmail.com UPSTATE PRIDE SMART, weekly, 6:30 pm, Conference Room. Contact Jaime at jaime@upstatepridesc.org. DINNER GROUP, monthly on the third Thursday, 6:30 pm, locations vary. MENS GROUP, second and fourth Thursday, 6 pm, locations vary, contact Paul Westin pewestin@att.net or 828-243-5908.

Friday- MOVIESNO MOVIES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE – WATCH THIS SPACE!

Saturday-B&G WORKDAY, monthly on the second Saturday. Contact bandg@greenvilleuu.org for more information.

SundayEAT ‘N’ GREET, monthly on the first Sunday, after service, Fellowship Hall. Contact membership@greenvilleuu.org for more information. HUMANISTS, monthly on the second Sunday, 9:30 am, Founders Room. Contact Don Youngblood for more information. GENDER BENDERS, monthly on the second Sunday, 5 pm, Fellowship Hall. Contact Ivy Hill for more information at ivy@southernequality.org.