Save the Dates
Monday, October 12, 6:00 p.m.
We will be meditating under the sanctuary dome at First Unitarian. We meditate for 30 minutes. We begin with the ringing of the meditation bell and setting the timer for 30 minutes. Come in the door at end of the ramp and quietly enter the sanctuary. You can sit in a chair or bring a cushion to meditate on. All are welcome to stay afterwards for a check in about our meditation experience and practice. Contact: Rev. Geoff Rimositis, GRimositis@Gmail.com
Monday, October 12, 7:00 p.m.
Friday, October 9 (7 p.m.); Saturday, October 10 (7 p.m); Sunday, October 11 (2:30 p.m.)
Plan to join the fun, laugh, eat and solve the mystery while helping the church pay its PACT dues at "Ultimate Idol," The 6th Annual FUCSJ Musical Mystery Comedy, a parody of TV talent shows, with broad humor, singing, dumb jokes, two contests, puns, and a mystery, written, directed and performed by members of the church community. PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE
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Sunday, October 18, 11 a.m.
Celebrating 20 Years of Surviving the Fire, and Launching our 150th Anniversary Year
Firefighters and city officials, generous donors and church leaders return to First Unitarian so that we can honor the courage, strength, and determination that allowed this community to survive a devastating six-alarm fire on October 16, 1995. Fire engines will be parked outside the church, and we’ll have an informal party for the whole neighborhood in St. James Park starting around 12:30 p.m.
Want to help make this celebration memorable for us and the wider community? Please contact Dana Spinney, Office Manager, to add your name to the volunteer list: email@example.com.
The Rights of Nature Group presents the film Symphony of the Soil - a 104-minute documentary feature film that explores the complexity and mystery of soil. Filmed on four continents and sharing the voices of some of the world’s most esteemed soil scientists, farmers and activists, the film uses a captivating mix of art and science, and shows that soil is a complex living organism, the foundation of life on earth.
Please join us for the 4th Beloved Community Dialogue, inviting community members, law enforcement, and elected officials to speak their deepest truths as we radically reshape relationships, alleviate fear, and build a stronger, safer community for all! Unitarian Universalists, please show up, as you so famously do!
The Golden State Ramblers are coming to delight you with a concert. Please save the date!
For more information on these and other events, see the Current Newsletter!