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Sunday, July 2 at 10:30 am

 “Fantastic Faith”

Rev. Connie Goodbread will be our speaker. As we move into such an uncertain future, what in Unitarian Universalism gives us strength and hope. What is it that we can depend on in times of trouble and what is it that supports celebration in times of joy? What is the foundation of our faith? How is this unique path? What makes Unitarian Universalism a spiritual discipline that informs and supports individual faith development? What challenges us to be the very best that we can be? What make this a faith worth living for? What makes this a fantastic faith? 

 

Music: Jami Gee. 

 

Activities in June 2017

    • Monday, June 12
      7:30 pm Pulse Memorial Service
    • The Pulse of the Community Beats Stronger With Love and Unity
    • Manatee Pride, Prism Youth Initiative and local LGBTQ supporters will hold a service on June 12th at 7:30 p.m. at the Manatee Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Bradenton. The event will bring our community together to remember our 49 brothers and sisters who were killed in Orlando at the Pulse nightclub on June 12th, 2016.
    • Tuesday, June 13
      10:00 am  Chalice Circle
      6:30 pm  Board Meeting
      6:30 pm Zen Meditation
    • Wednesday, June 14
      3:00 pm Men’s Group
      6:00 pm Toastmasters
    • Thursday, June 15
      9:00 am  Volunteer -Our Daily Bread
      12:00 noon Al-Anon
      7:30 pm Meditation
    • Friday, June 16
      1:30 pm  Play Reading Group
    • Saturday, June 17
      1:00 pm Bridge
    • Sunday, June 18
      10:30 am Speakers: MUUF Members
      Music:  Tasha Robinson
      Spec. Collection: Centerstone
    • Monday, June 19
      7:00 pm Indivisible-Progressives
    • Tuesday, June 20
      6:30 pm Zen Meditation
    • Wednesday, June 21
      6:00 pm Toastmasters
    • Thursday, June 22
      12:00 noon Al-Anon
      7:30 pm  Meditation
    • Saturday, June 24
      1- pm  Bridge
    • Sunday, June 25 at 10:30 am
      Speaker: David Finklestein 
      Music: Joan Butcher
      4:00 pm  Pagan Perspectives
    • Monday, June 26
      7:00 pm  Indivisible-Progressives
    • Tuesday, June 27
      10:00 am Chalice Circle
      6:30 pm  Zen Meditation
    • Wednesday, June 28
      6:30 pm  Toastmasters
    • Thursday, June 29
      12:00 noon Al-Anon
      7:30 pm  Meditation

Message from UUA re Climate Change

The UUA Interim Co-Presidents, the Revs. Sofía Betancourt and William Sinkford and Dr. Leon Spencer, have issued a message in response to President Trump’s announcement that he will withdraw the United States from the Paris agreement on climate change. Read the full statement on the UUA website.     http://www.uua.org

Events at MUUF in June

  • Friday June 2 at 1:30 pm.
    Play Readers will finish “Importance of Being Earnest”
  • Friday, June 9 at 6:00 pm.
    Tidewell Hospice Center will present a program on advance directives.
  •  Sunday, June 11 at 2:00 pm   Committee Chairs Meeting: Committee Chairs will bring their committee’s calendar events to the meeting to coordinate with the master MUUF Calendar.
  • Monday June 12 at 2:00 pm –Book Club leader Bill Hayes will lead the discussion on Elie Wiesel’s book Night.

    It is his recollection of being a young Jewish teenager in a German concentration camp during WWII. He received the Nobel Prize for Peace in Literature for this book. Please remember that everyone is welcome at these discussions. You do not have to have participated in past discussions or be a bookworm. Just bring your thoughts, ideas and intelligence.
  • Friday, June 16 at 1:30 pm  Play Readers will start a new play (tbd) maybe Twelve Angry Men
  • Sunday, June 18 at 10:30 am
    Fathers Day  Four MUUF members, Bob Yavis, Chuck Wolfe, Lisa Bohn, and Carol Burch, will speak about memories of their fathers.
  • 12:00 Transition Meeting open to all
  • Monday, June 19Opening of Peg Green’s Fabric Show at Sarasota UU.