Sun04Mar2018Sun15Apr201812:00 pmClassroom 3
An Adult RE Discussion Course on our food choices. Sundays (no class on April 1) from 12:00 to 1:30 PM, Room 3. Participants in Menu for the Future will:
- Explore food systems and their impacts on culture, society and ecological systems.
- Discuss the importance of our eating habits
- Discover food choices that are good for themselves and that support sustainable food systems
The discussion course book cost will be $17 for the first ten participants to register and pay. Additional course books will cost $30 plus shipping. Contact Laura Mulroy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 909-226-6446 with questions or to register. Checks should be made out to MVUUC.
Tue06Mar2018Tue01May20187:00 pmClassroom 3
An Adult RE course on spiritual development. Tuesdays from 7:00 to 8:30 PM in Room 3. Spirit of Life workshops offer participants space, time, and community to explore their Unitarian Universalist spirituality. Each focuses on a different aspect of the spiritual life, framed by the lyrics of Carolyn McDade’s song “Spirit of Life.” Participants are invited to claim an inclusive definition of spirituality and recognize the spiritual aspects of their lives. Reflecting, speaking, and listening are core activities in each workshop. The workshop will be led by Rev. Maggie Yenoki and MVUUC’s Director of Lifespan Religious Exploration Amy Randall. Contact Laura at email@example.com or 909-226-6446 with questions or to sign up.
Rev. Susan Manker
Worship Associate: Mary McMahon
Carol Christ’s feminist theology title is apropos for the current women’s “Me too” movement. In honor of Women’s History Month, we’ll celebrate women who are and have been religious, spiritual and political leaders.
Rev. Susan Manker
Fires and floods have been affecting not just our own beloved homes, but people around the world as we become more aware of the shifting climate around us. For this year’s UUSC Justice Sunday service, we’ll look at how rising sea levels are impacting Pacific island communities, coastal areas and Alaska, and how people are moving from one place to another in hopes of just surviving. (UUSC = Unitarian Universalist Service Committee). We will share the plate with UUSC. Lily Popova will lead the choir.
Sat07Apr20184:00 pmClaremont Presbyterian Church, 1111 N Mountain Avenue, Claremont, CA
A Refugee Benefit film created by Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei. Official selection at Venice Film Festival 2017. Nominated for 2018 Oscar as Best Documentary. Claremont Presbyterian Church, 1111 N Mountain Avenue, Claremont, CA. Order Tickets, $20 per person, at www.refugeeteam2.org or purchase at the door.
Save the Date for Regional Assembly
The Pacific Western Region will hold a regional assembly April 27-29, 2018, at the DoubleTree Hotel in Portland, Oregon. Regional Assembly 2018: Stories of Hope, Courage, Resistance, and Resilience. For more information: https://www.uua.org/pacific-western