Thursday, January 18, 6:30pm, Fellowship Hall – Join us as we discuss the book Centering: Navigating Race, Authenticity, and Power in Ministry. One of the two Common Read book selections by the UUA this year, Centering is a joint project of the Committee for Antiracism, Anti-oppression, and Multiculturalism of the UUMA and Skinner House Books,
Sunday, January 21, 9:00am, Patio – Our high school Coming of Age youth will be traveling to Boston for a UU Heritage trip next summer. To help raise funds for this trip, the youth will be offering a selection of breakfast items on the patio the first and third Sundays of the month. All items
Sunday, January 21, 12:15pm, Darwin Room – This program offers an intentional process of engagement with others in examining ethical concepts, dilemmas, and questions to help participants clarify and expand their ethical understanding. Participants will deepen and expand their knowledge and skills for a process of ethical reflection that is central to living our Unitarian
Thursday, January 25, 6:00pm, Fellowship Hall – Join us for food and fellowship at this fun potluck gathering. The food theme is casseroles, so bring your favorite!
Thursday, January 25, 7:00pm, Conference Room – The first of a 9 part seminar series sponsored by the Black Lives Matter Working Group. Based on the book “What Does It Mean to Be White: Developing White Racial Literacy” by Robin DiAngelo, these seminars will provide an opportunity for lively discussion about what most of us
Saturday, January 27, 10am, Jefferson Bldg – People seeking to access abortion care while in immigration detention face significant barriers. In collaboration with CARA and our Family Detention program, RAICES assists individuals with housing, transportation, and accompaniment for people seeking to access abortion when released from immigration detention. Volunteer roles include providing housing, transportation, accompaniment
Saturday, January 27, 7:00pm, Jefferson Bldg – The midpoint between Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox. This is a time we honor Brigid, or Bhride, the goddess of the forge, the flame and well, and of work, healing, and poetry. We celebrate the gentle signs of early spring, and of light returning after the darkness of
Sunday, January 28, 12:15pm, Jefferson Bldg – A brief presentation about residential vs commercial property tax appraisals followed by small group discussion. We especially seek voters in TX House District 121. Bring your neighbors and friends. Light refreshments provided.
Sunday, January 28, 12:15p-2:30p, Darwin/Lee Rooms – This spring we will be offering the Our Whole Lives (OWL) human sexuality program for 5th and 6th graders. If interested, please attend this mandatory parent/youth orientation. A light lunch and child care for siblings will be available. For more information about our OWL program click here.
Sundays, February 4-March 4, before and after service, Mauk Library – The Thursday Night Covenant Group is collecting gently used children’s books to donate to the San Antonio Youth Literacy program. Drop off your books before or after service on Sunday mornings.