|Week of February 19 , 2017||
What's Nuu submissions
UU Women's Group will be meeting February 18, Saturday, 10:00 am at Adriana Slaniceanu's home, 8408 N. Sixth St., Fresno, 387-0511. The topic for the meeting will be, 'If you were an animal, which would you like to be, and why?' Surprising insights come from this topic. All are welcome. Sylvia Woodburne, 696-4720
Where Are We Going? -- A Conversation About Spirit School & Religious Education at UUCF Come have a chat with Rev. Tim, Katie, and member of the Vision Team about what dreams you have for our religious education programs for children and youth. What do you envision? What would you love to see? How would you love to see your child(ren) grow? Complimentary lunch available for parents/kids, and childcare provided during conversation time. Sunday, March 5, 12:30pm, Location: Rooms 1, 2, 3. Facilitators: Rev. Tim Kutzmark, Katie Hymans and members of the Vision Team
Third Sunday Food Offering Please bring your donations listed on the paper strips for the community in need surrounding Wesley United Methodist Church and the families staying at Valley Children's Hospital. Or check out this link for items needed: http://www.uufresno.org/index.php/adults/social-justice/food-pantry. Thanks for helping to make the world a better place! -- from Your Social Justice Coordinating Committee
UUCF Town Hall this Sunday, February 19, after the service. Sarah Thompson, Executive Director of Christian Peacemaker Teams, will talk about how the work of CPT has interrupted violence around the world, as well as the work they are doing to build a rapid response network to respond to rising alt-right attacks. Learn how we can apply their tactics to respond to what is happening now. Light snack available for $3. Childcare provided for free.
The very FIRST Black Lives of UU Convening will take place in New Orleans, LA on March 9 - 12, 2017. This historic event will bring together Black Unitarian Universalists from across generations. Over the course of four days together we will co-create spiritual nourishment and healing through ritual, worship and pastoral care. For more information, please visit http://www.blacklivesuu.com/convening2017.
UUCF in cultural arts partnership with Fresno Filmworks presents the American documentary feature “I Am Not Your Negro,” a powerful reinvention of Civil Rights activist James Baldwin’s unfinished book “Remember This House.” 5:30 pm and 8:30 pm Friday, March 10, 2017 at The Tower Theatre, 815 E Olive Ave., Fresno, CA 93728. For more information and to purchase tickets go to: http://fresnofilmworks.org/film/i-am-not-your-negro
Chuck Creighton is home from the hospital and recovering from pneumonia. He would greatly appreciate notes and card. His address is: 5605 N. Gates Ave, #219, Fresno CA 93722.
Linda Santigian has been hospitalized for pneumonia. She would appreciate notes and cards. Linda’s mailing address is 2304 E. Palo Alto Ave. Fresno CA 93710.
Nicki Gram has been hospitalized and would appreciate notes and cards. Nicki’s mailing address is 5049 N. Van Ness Ave, Fresno CA 93711.