On Sunday, September 20th, as part of our Blue Hills UU service, fellowship member Jude Genereaux will share with us the ways she finds “Sanctuary in the Natural World.” As we continue our journey in this strange time zone , we seek ways to cope with changes in our lives and gatherings. Fortunate as we are to live in the northwoods, the many ways to seek understanding and peace for the soul are abundant. Sometimes one just needs to hold still to recognize them.
What do you find in the out-of-doors that brings you solace? Be ready to share an experience or solution to the claustrophobia that comes when life feels limited.
We begin at 10:00 a.m. The Zoom link will be sent to members by Saturday, although all interested are invited to sign in. Visitors may contact Ken Hood > firstname.lastname@example.org for the link needed to join the service.
Those lacking cyberlink connection or equipment to enable participation and want to join in, are invited to meet IN the church, masked and distanced ~!~ to watch the presentation on large screen ZOOM.
Several group discussions regarding Racial Justice will take place on September 21st and 30th at 6:30 p.m. Based on the book “White Fragility”, April Neilsen serves as facilitator, encouraging those interested to take part whether the book has been read or not. A link will be sent to members the day before, noting the time of meeting.