Thursday, March 29, 6:30pm, Jefferson Bldg – LGBT persons and allies are invited to share food and fellowship. In honor of last month’s Olympics, the theme will be international foods. Please bring one international dish to share.
Sunday, April 1, 12:00pm, Playground & Fellowship Hall – After service we will host our annual Easter Egg hunt on the playground for children in grades 5 and younger – AND – we will have an Easter potluck luncheon in the Fellowship Hall. Bring a dish to share and enjoy fellowship after the service.
Wednesday, April 4, dinner at 6:30pm, meetings at 7:00pm – Committee night is the night of the month when program committees come together to plan their work for the church. It is preceded by a home cooked dinner which requires a reservation and a $3 donation. If you would like to participate in the dinner
Sunday, April 8, 12:00pm, Fellowship Hall – Celebration Sunday party honoring the conclusion of the 2018-19 pledge drive.
Sunday, April 8, 12:15pm, Conference Room – The Membership Committee presents our newcomer orientation class, perfect for anyone new to the church and considering membership.
Sunday, April 15, 12:00pm, Fellowship Hall – Sponsored by the Black Lives Matter Work Group. Enjoy food and fellowship while raising funds for the BLM work of the church. Food donations requested.
Sunday, April 15, 12:00pm, on the Patio – In our final push to raise funds to send our teens to Boston this summer for a UU Heritage trip, we will be hosting a service auction. You can bid on services such as car washing, swimming lessons, yard work, guitar lessons, pet sitting, babysitting, and more.
Saturday, April 21, 8:30am-11:30am, Entire Campus – This is the busy time of year for Grounds work. The Grounds Team is seeking volunteers for some Spring gardening – clearing brush, weeding, mulching, etc. Come for an hour or the entire morning. We will take whatever help we can get. If you have them, bring hand
Saturday, May 12, 7:00pm, Fellowship Hall – Alice Gomez is internationally known as one of the leading composer/performers in the renaissance of the Native American flute. “Flute Dreams” ranks as one of the most popular in a long list of releases including “The Healing Flute,” “Sky Prayer” and “Journeys of the Flute.” $15 advance tickets