Manatee Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

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322 15th St W, Bradenton, FL 34205

(941) 746-0067

Sunday Service

Sunday, May 28 at 10:30 am

“Happiness Is a Choice”

Rev. Frank Papandrea will speak to us about how unhappiness is the root of all problems, removing the wonderful ability to enjoy the week, day or hour. Joy is found in spite of life’s stresses, irritations and other people’s drama. But we must make deliberate choices, take risks and map changes to obtain and live a rewarding, purpose-filled lifestyle of love, joy, and peace.

Music: Tasha Robinson, harp

Activities in May 2017

  • Monday, May  1
    7:00 pm  Occupy/Indivisible Discussion
  • Tuesday, May 2
    6:30 pm  Zen Meditation
  • Wednesday, May 3
    6:00 pm  Toastmasters
  • Thursday. May 4
    12:oo noon Al-Anon
    7:30 pm  Meditation
  • Friday, May 5
    1:30 pm Not meetingPlay Reading Group
    6:00 pm  Celebrating Rev. Dee Graham
  • Saturday, May 6
    1-4 pm  Game Day
  • Sunday, May 7
    10:30 am  Speaker: Rev. Emmalou Kirschmeier
    noon RE Meeting
    noon  Social Justice Meeting
  • Monday, May 8
    7:00 pm  Occupy/Indivisible – Discussion
  • Tuesday, May 9
    10:00 am Chalice Circle
    3:30 pm Membership Committee
    6:30 pm Zen Meditation
  • Wednesday, May 10
    3:00 pm Men’s Group
    6:00 pm  Toastmasters
  • Thursday, May 11
    12:00 noon  Al-Anon
    7:30 pm  Meditation
  • Friday, May 12
    6:00 pm  Share-A-Dish: World Capitals with Geri and Michael
  • Saturday, May 13
    1-4:00 pm  Game Day
  • Sunday, May 14
    10:30 am  Mothers Day with Lisa Bohn
    Mothers Day Brunch
  • Monday, May 15
    7:00 pm Occupy/Indivisible Discussion
  • Tuesday, May 16
    6:30 pm  Board Meeting
    6:30 pm Zen Meditation
  • Wednesday, May 17
    6:00 pm Toastmasters
  • Thursday, May 18
    9:00 am  Volunteer -Our Daily Bread
    12:00 noon Al-Anon
    7:30 pm Meditation
  • Friday, May 19
    1:30 pm  Play Reading Group
  • Saturday, May 20
    1:00 pm Game Day
  • Sunday, May 21
    10:30 am Speaker: Rev. Katie Culbert
    Spec. Collection: Project Light
  • Monday, May 22
    2:00 pm  Book Club “History of God” by Karen Armstrong
    6:00 pm Occupy/Indivisible/Social Justice DVD: “Black Panthers- Vanguards of the Revolution”
  • Tuesday, May 23
    10:00 am Chalice Circle
    6:30 pm Zen Meditation
  • Wednesday, May 24
    6:00 pm Toastmasters
  • Thursday, May 25
    12:00 noon Al-Anon
    7:30 pm  Meditation
  • Saturday, May 27
    1- pm  Bridge 6:00 pm  In-Home Dinners
  • Sunday, May 28 at 10:30 am
    Rev. Frank Papandrea
    Music: Tasha Robinson
  • Monday, May 29
    Memorial Day-Office Closed
  • Tuesday, May 30
    6:30 pm  Zen Meditation
  • Wednesday, May 31
    6:30 pm  Toastmasters

Events at MUUF in May

  • Friday, May 5
  • A Special Celebration in honor of

    Reverend Dee Graham

    will be held on Friday, May 5th at 6:00pm.

    A pot luck dinner (please bring a dish to share) will be included in a celebration of our journey and ministry with Rev. Dee Graham.

    Please plan to attend and extend your warm thanks and well wishes for our Rev. Dee.

    (Rev. Dee’s medical staff has advised her to retire from work)

  • Friday, May 12 at 6 pm
    Share-A-Dish dinner followed by program of “European Capitals” with Geri Pasquarella and Michael
  • Sunday, May 14 at 11:30 am

MOTHERS DAY BRUNCH
MENU
Ham
Fried Chicken
Potato Salad
Macaroni and Cheese
Pasta Salad
Baked Beans
French Toast
Scrambled Eggs
Fruit Salad
Sausage
Rolls and Bread
Hot and Cold Beverages

Followed by a SING-A-LONG
with Carol Burch

And then at 1:30pm
A Special Treat of a Free Concert by
Bradenton’s Piano Man
Sam Lane
Playing your requests!

  • Friday,  May 19 at 1:30 pm 
    The Importance of Being Ernest”

    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People is a play by Oscar Wilde. First performed on 14 February 1895 at the St James’s Theatre in London, it is a farcical comedy in which the protagonists maintain fictitious personæ to escape burdensome social obligations.
  • Monday, May 22 at 7:00 pm

Occupy/Indivisible  and the Social Justice Committee will present the movie “Black Panthers – Vanguards of the Revolution” followed by discussion.

 

Monday, May 22 at 2:00 pm    Book Club. Leader: Skip McAfee  “History of God” by Karen Armstrong.