– Forum Adult Discussion
"Mental Health Services at Burrell Behavioral Health" – presented by Craig
Valone. Forum information.
– Meditation in Nature
– Gans Creek Wildlife Area
Come into the peace of wild things.... If you are seeking a more
inward expression for practicing your faith, Meditation in Nature may be
just for you. Meetings take place at the Gans Creek Wildlife Area the third
Sunday each month from 9 to 10 a.m. and are sponsored by the Unitarian
Universalist Green Sanctuary Team and Friends of
Rockbridge. More information including directions.
Before and After Worship
– Book Table
The Book Table is open the second, third, fourth
and fifth Sundays before and after worship. Newcomers might want to check out the many
books on Unitarian Universalism. Parents might want to note the many books
on effective parenting and on being a UU Parent. There are books by our own
authors, plus books on theology, meditation, current events and just living.
– Worship Service
– "How the Light Gets In"
– Lay-Led by the UU Life Writers
The UU Life Writers have used writing as
spiritual practice for many years. The stories for this service reflect how
writing is "like opening a window to the soul." Join us for this literary
service – always a favorite!
Our March worship theme is "Spiritual Practice" –
March worship schedule.
– Religious Education
March 16 R.E.
– R.E. Third Sunday Lunch
– Thoreau Room (Lower Level)
At their Third Sunday Lunch, the R.E. children will be making greeting cards
for use by our Caring Ministry Coordinating Team. Children and adults will
share a simple lunch, then get out the craft supplies and start making
cards. The gathering will run from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. RSVP by
email to Lisa Fritsche
by Wednesday, March 12, so we can make sure that we have enough food for
one and all.
– Lower Level
YRUU (Young Religious Unitarian
will engage in a workshop on "Capoeira" with Jill Hartliep.
1 to 5 p.m.
– Green Sanctuary "Web of Life"
– Church Library (Lower Level)
Our Green Sanctuary Team is progressing with an application for UUCC to
become a candidate church for Green Sanctuary Accreditation. To deepen our
knowledge of how our choices affect all to whom we are connected, we will be
going through the “Web of Life Curriculum” designed by the UU Ministry for
the Earth at UUA. The curriculum covers all aspects of environmental justice
and guides us to explore our congregation’s impact on our local community
and beyond. The classes are open to all, but space is limited. Register by
email to Jan Weaver. The topics to be covered on March 16 are "Gratitude for
Our Place In the World" and "Mindfulness of the 'Stuff' of Life."
2 to 6 p.m.
– OWL (Our Whole Lives)
– Centering Room (Lower Level)
The 9th-12th graders enrolled in this year's OWL
Class will have their initial meeting to get ready for their sojourn at
Camp Shannondale March 26-30.