E-News Highlights 4-14-21

NEW This week – We’re seeking one or two people to train to create our worship slide shows using the online program Canva Making the slide show is one of our office administrator’s tasks – and we’d like to have a couple of backups for weeks that Ansley is out of the office.  After a couple of hours of training with Ansley, each slide show should take about 1-1/2 hours to create.  Please contact Ansley Knoch or Rev. Karen if you’re interested or have questions.

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NEW This Week: Grass Lottery! Do you love being outdoors and doing something helpful? We need folks to sign up for our grass lottery – choose a week or two to mow our grass (if it needs it) this spring, summer, or fall. You will need to use your own mower for now. If you can help, please contact Kelly Kearns or Isaac Gadient and sign up here.

Minister’s Availability

Sacred Breath Choir typically gathers on Thursday nights 6:45-8:00 on Zoom. We balance our activities with greetings, covenant, deep breathing and vocal warm-ups. We prepare and listen. We investigate hymns and their contextual history, the music itself, and the lyrics. We are an open circle and would love for you to join us, there are many options for levels or types of participation.  Link in email

Adult RE Opportunities and Small Group Ministry Gatherings – Journaling, Meditation, Social Hour, Octavia’s Parables Discussion Group

Justice CALL TO ACTION items for this week: Madison Presente, Film, Voit Farm Project, MOSES volunteer & job opportunities

What’s Happening in Unitarian Universalism –
General Assembly is Virtual June 23-27

Our April theme: What does it mean to be a people of becoming?Our April theme invites us to consider the ever-ongoing process of change in ourselves and our world. 

Check-in question: What’s your vision for what the JRUUC community can become?   Life is a process of becoming, a combination of states we have to go through. Where people fail is that they wish to elect a state and remain in it. This is a kind of death.– Anais Nin