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Sunday October 1, 2017
 
8:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Contact  Bea Ann Phillips
bphillips@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM

http://www.uucava.org/
Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary

9:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Contact  Sarah Masters
dircl@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesWelcome Room


Quiet, informal alternative to Coffee Hour in Fellowship Hall.  Volunteers can answer questions about Unitarian Universalism, UUCA, and activities.  Great for newcomers and those who want a chance to visit in a calmer environment.


10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Contact  Ken Bissell
ken.bissell@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesMusic Studio


Bellissimo is a multi-generational group open to everyone Grade 3 through adult, and no previous handbell experience is required. 


10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Available Rooms & SpacesLibrary- Adult

 
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom
Volunteer Room

11:15 AM - 12:30 PM

http://www.uucava.org/
Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesWelcome Room


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Contact  Donnice Benford
703 568 9122
Available Rooms & SpacesYouth Room

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Contact  Gerda Keiswetter
gkeiswetter@aol.com
Available Rooms & SpacesOff Site Church Event


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 12

Monday October 2, 2017
 
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Contact  Karin Hudson
hudsons1@me.com
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Contact  Alex Ziehm
alexandria.ziehm@capitalone.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Contact  Rita Naomi Moran
info@ritanaomi.com
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery


This class offers a form of movement that is particularly well-suited for meditation.  You'll explore practices that will energize and strengthen you, help you release deep-seated tension and cultivate a sense of presence and well-being. The class is designed to be inclusive for all levels of yoga, from new to experienced. 

Class begins as 6:30 and ends at 7:20, giving you time to gently transition to the guided meditation with Jonathan at 7:30.

This class is offered freely so that no one is denied access to the practices. Your donation helps cover the cost of the room and supports the teacher.

Contact Rita Moran at 301-452-8924 or info@ritanaomi.com


6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Contact  Barbara Gilligan
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 14

 

Contact  Jim Strube
emacs.1@juno.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Gay Cima
cimag@georgetown.edu
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)


The Early American Black Women Writers Group is a small but lively group of folks interested in learning more about eighteenth- and nineteenth-century black women writers in the U. S.. 

Each month a volunteer introduces short texts by a new writer, so we can read them aloud together and talk about them. 

We're delighted when people just drop in, and no one has to volunteer for anything!


 

Contact  Bill Reilly
billruu@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room


Planning meeting for the joint UUCA, Kol Ami, and Moroccan American Community Organization Concert to be held on Saturday, November 18th, 2017

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Bob Gayer
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary


meditation mindfulnessClasses focus on sitting and walking meditation, different aspects of the Buddha’s teachings, and how to bring the practice into everyday life. Classes generally include a guided meditation, a dharma talk and/or experiential exercise. While the classes complement one another, they are also structured as independent from each other – i.e., whatever class you are able to attend should be informative and useful in and of itself. No fee, but donations accepted. Instructor is Jonathan Foust of the Insight Meditation Community of  Washington. See Jonathan's website for more information and class schedule here.

Tuesday October 3, 2017
 
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Contact  Diane Ullius
du4uuca@comcast.net
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)



walking along the beach at sunrise/sunsetThe Soul of Aging series is based on the Circles of Trust work by Parker Palmer. The program invites vulnerability and deep sharing as we look at how we wish to age and at the challenges, joys, and possibilities involved in the aging process. 

Attendees are required to have participated in one of the introductory sessions earlier in the year. 

“Aging with soul means becoming who you are essentially. You keep going over your experiences in a spirit of wonder, telling your stories again and again. You get to know more about yourself and you act from that knowledge. None of this is superficial. Identity has nothing to do with ego; it emerges gradually from deep in the soul.”

-- Thomas Moore, Ageless Soul

The Soul of Aging series is a part of UUCA’s broadening work with Circles of Trust approaches in the congregation. For additional information, contact Mary Pike at marylpva@gmail.com; Diane Ullius at du4uuca@comcast.net; David McTaggart at dmctagg@gmail.com; or Jacomina de Regt at jacominaderegt@gmail.com.


6:00 PM - 6:50 PM

Contact  Ken Bissell
ken.bissell@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesMusic Studio


Crescendo is an intermediate ensemble open to everyone with handbell experience. Anyone interested should contact the Director of Handbells, Ken Bissell at 703 622-2849 or by email at kenbhandbells@aol.com

 

 


6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 9

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Caroline Rogus
crogus@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesFellowship Hall

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Contact  Pat Findikoglu
patfindikoglu@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Contact  Ken Bissell
ken.bissell@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesMusic Studio


The Polymnia Handbell Choir is a more advanced group of handbell ringers who ring for our services and concerts, as well as for other churches and organizations. They also regularly attend festivals sponsored by the Handbell Musicians of America and other organizations. 

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Rose Bottle
rose.g.bottle@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery


Board game night for those who are in their 30s in body or spirit. Kids welcome thought child care is available. Please bring snacks/drinks to share and your favorite game.

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Tom O'Reilly
toreiljr@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)

 

Contact  Betsy Lyon
etlyon410@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

 

Contact  Ric Blacksten
hricblacksten@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 12


The UUCA ESOL program provides free classes and conversation sessions geared to adult foreigners who are fairly proficient in English speaking and writing but seek language enrichment, grammar improvement, accent reduction, plus increased knowledge of American culture and idioms. Teacher-led classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Conversation-only sessions are offered on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. 

 ESOL includes an email-based English Writing Improvement Program assigns English writing coaches to those wishing to have their writing reviewed and improved. This is an evolving program that might include face-to-face meetings in person or via the Internet.

 ESOL also serves to introduce students to Unitarian Universalism and its place among other religions. ESOL students sometimes attend UUCAVA events and have even become members or friends.

 ESOL volunteer teachers and facilitators find their participation a joy rather than a burden, but occasionally we experience the need for new volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering in any way, please contact Ric Blacksten (ESOL Chair), 703.980.5899, hricblacksten@gmail.com.


 

Contact  Bob Gayer
robertgayer@mac.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 16

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 16


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room

Wednesday October 4, 2017
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Contact  Judy Itkin
pace.registrar@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Contact  Tamara Srader
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Contact  Rev. Bob Blinn
robertcblinn@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesYouth Room


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

7:15 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Anne McKnight
amcknight4646@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Frank Corsoro
fcorsoro@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 14


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required


 

Contact  Allan Kellum
a.kellum@verizon.net
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room


The mission of the Committee for Peace and Justice in Israel/Palestine (CPJIP) is to foster knowledge and awareness of the current situation among Unitarian Universalists and others in our local community; to provide a forum to address the moral issues raised; and to foster and support solutions acceptable to the parties arrived at by non-violent means.  Believing as we do of the necessity and possibility of a future peace among Israelis and Palestinians, we also want to model the beloved community locally.  To that end, CPJIP is working with the Kol-Ami Synagogue and the Moroccan American Muslim Community Organization – both of which rent space from UUCA and hold their religious gatherings in our building.  Together we have planned an evening of music that will be held in our sanctuary the evening of November 18th.  The musical event is call: “Peace, Shalom, Salaam” and will be an evening of togetherness and song.  It will feature sharing of the musical heritage from each of our congregations’ musical heritages. 


 
Thursday October 5, 2017
 
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


Qigong is an ancient approach for achieving balance and vitality. The movements are gentle and can be done sitting, standing, or lying down. Qigong will meet in the Center from 10:30-Noon on Thursdays. Wear comfortable clothing. $10 suggested donation. Instructor: Carol Baker, Registered Nurse. No registration required, but appreciated. For more information, contact Carol at Bakerstrac@aol.com.

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

http://www.watersguitar.com/
Contact  Eric Waters
info@watersmusicdesign.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 2
Room 4

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Contact  Alex Ziehm
alexandria.ziehm@capitalone.com
Available Rooms & SpacesWelcome Room

7:15 PM - 10:00 PM

Contact  Mimi Bornstein
mimib@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery


Clerestory Choir Rehearses regularly on Thursdays at 7:15 p.m. For more information, contact UUCA Director of Music Mimi Bornstein at mimib@uucava.org.

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
 

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 14


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Contact  Ann Ulmschneider
aulmsch@msn.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


We offer a meditative, movement-oriented spiritual experience. Most dances come from folk traditions from around the world. Newcomers welcome any time. All dances are taught.

Friday October 6, 2017
 
9:15 AM - 11:45 AM

Contact  Karin Hudson
hudsons1@me.com
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery

7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

http://www.serviceneversleeps.org/about/
Contact  Mimi Bornstein
mimib@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary


Parnell Concert image

Join us for a live concert of Whitney Parnell’s debut social justice album, What Will You Do, as we allow empathy to call us to action through these powerful songs. Whitney is a Black, female, millennial artist and activist, and also the founder/CEO of Service Never Sleeps—UUCA’s partner in Allyship. The show will also feature album producer, Joshua Davies, a Fellow Black, millennial social entrepreneur, musician, and founder of Netra Entertainment. Throughout the night, learn about Josh and Whitney’s backgrounds and partnership, inspiration behind the album, and aspirations for positively contributing to society. You’ll leave the night inspired and empowered to ask yourself, “What will I do to make this world a better place?”



Saturday October 7, 2017
 
10:00 AM - 4:30 PM

http://dcbanglaschool.org/
Contact  Shamim Chowdhury
bccdi@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room


The Bangla school offers classes to Bengali and non-Bengali families and individuals interested in learning about Bangla culture and heritage. 

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Contact  Ric Blacksten
hricblacksten@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 12


The UUCA ESOL program provides free classes and conversation sessions geared to adult foreigners who are fairly proficient in English speaking and writing but seek language enrichment, grammar improvement, accent reduction, plus increased knowledge of American culture and idioms. Teacher-led classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Conversation-only sessions are offered on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. 

 ESOL includes an email-based English Writing Improvement Program assigns English writing coaches to those wishing to have their writing reviewed and improved. This is an evolving program that might include face-to-face meetings in person or via the Internet.

 ESOL also serves to introduce students to Unitarian Universalism and its place among other religions. ESOL students sometimes attend UUCAVA events and have even become members or friends.

 ESOL volunteer teachers and facilitators find their participation a joy rather than a burden, but occasionally we experience the need for new volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering in any way, please contact Ric Blacksten (ESOL Chair), 703.980.5899, hricblacksten@gmail.com.


10:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Contact  Shirley Wilson Gay
shirleywg@icloud.com
Other Room ManagementPeace Pole Terrace


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


8:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Available Rooms & SpacesYouth Room

Sunday October 8, 2017
 
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Contact  Mimi Bornstein
mimib@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary


Pick Up Choir is exactly that! It is a group that meets and sings once a month for Sunday morning worship. services. Nothing but a desire to sing is needed. Anyone 15 years or older is welcome and encouraged to come learn to sing a simple song or two that will be shared in worship that same morning.  Pick Up Choir meets in the Sanctuary at 8:00 am to learn songs for both the 9:15 and 11:15 services.

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM
9:15 AM - 1:00 PM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Contact  Sarah Masters
dircl@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Contact  Bea Ann Phillips
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel

10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM

Contact  Sarah Masters
dircl@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Contact  Bea Ann Phillips
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel

12:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Contact  Rev. Julian Adams
JulianA@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM

Contact  Bea Ann Phillips
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Contact  Sarah Masters
dircl@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery


First impressions count! Please sign up to be a UUCA Greeter and help us make a good first impression with our visitors as well as offering a friendly hello to current congregants. Greet once a month on your own schedule. Training on Sunday, Oct 8 at 1:00. If that date doesn’t work, we’ll make another arrangement for you. Sign up with Sarah Masters, dircl@uucava.org

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

http://www.kolamivirginia.org/
Contact  Herb Cooper-Levy
herbcl1@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


UUCA is home to Kol Ami, a growing and caring group of progressive Jews who believe in the continuity of Jewish spirituality in an egalitarian and interactive atmosphere that respects both the traditional and the modern. Koli Ami is an affiliate of the Jewish Reconstructionist movement. Newcomers are welcome. For more information contact Kol Ami at 571-271-8387.

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Available Rooms & SpacesWelcome Room


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


 

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesOff Site Church Event


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Monday October 9, 2017
 
 

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesOff Site Church Event


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

This group meets at Goodwin House, Alexandria. Registration is required.


Tuesday October 10, 2017
 
10:30 AM - 2:00 PM

Contact  Henriette Kellum
hkellum@verizon.net
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery


Dr. Shaida JohnstonUUCA member, Dr. Shaida Johnston, who is both an aerospace engineer, and a space policy/space law expert, will share images from NASA’s Earth Observing satellites, as well as, from Japanese, European, and Indian Earth monitoring satellites. These images, along with their corresponding quantitative data, allow scientists to understand changes happening within Earth’s systems – the land, oceans, atmosphere, and cryosphere. Our planet is both stunningly beautiful, and surprisingly dynamic. Satellites capture detailed information about Earth systems daily, and provide a historical record of changes that have occurred over the last 50+ years.

Coffee and conversation begin at 10:30 A.M., the lecture at 11:00. Everyone is welcome to attend the presentation. The reserved seating, catered lunch is open to those who make a reservation. Cost of the lunch is $15. Reservations can be made by email: mlernstthal@comcast.net or by phone to Renee at 703-354-4555.

1:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Contact  Diane Ullius
du4uuca@comcast.net
Available Rooms & SpacesYouth Room



walking along the beach at sunrise/sunsetThe Soul of Aging series is based on the Circles of Trust work by Parker Palmer. The program invites vulnerability and deep sharing as we look at how we wish to age and at the challenges, joys, and possibilities involved in the aging process. 

Attendees are required to have participated in one of the introductory sessions earlier in the year. 

“Aging with soul means becoming who you are essentially. You keep going over your experiences in a spirit of wonder, telling your stories again and again. You get to know more about yourself and you act from that knowledge. None of this is superficial. Identity has nothing to do with ego; it emerges gradually from deep in the soul.”

-- Thomas Moore, Ageless Soul

The Soul of Aging series is a part of UUCA’s broadening work with Circles of Trust approaches in the congregation. For additional information, contact Mary Pike at marylpva@gmail.com; Diane Ullius at du4uuca@comcast.net; David McTaggart at dmctagg@gmail.com; or Jacomina de Regt at jacominaderegt@gmail.com.


6:00 PM - 6:50 PM
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Contact  Karin Hudson
hudsons1@me.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10

7:15 PM - 9:15 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 19 - OWL Room


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


7:30 PM - 8:45 PM
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery


Our voices hold the innate power to heal, and this is magnified when we sing with others. Maya invites you to share in the joy of this phenomenon through guided circle singing, vocal improvisation games, and musical meditations. As a community, well experience singing as a spiritual practice and touch on themes of self-expression, the spirit of play, acceptance, oneness and living as our most authentic selves.

Circle Song Sessions is a safe place to do our internal work through creative expression with


7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Elizbeth Fogarty
Eaforgarty@aol.com
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)

 

Contact  Tom O'Reilly
toreiljr@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 9

 
 

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 16


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


 

Contact  Jere Cummins
jeroldcummins@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom


Dare to Refute the Origin Myths that Claim Who You Are.
Chetan Bhatt photoWe all have origin stories and identity myths, our tribal narratives that give us a sense of security and belonging. But sometimes our small-group identities can keep us from connecting with humanity as a whole -- and even keep us from seeing others as human.  We will view  a powerful TED talk by Chetan Bhatt, professor of sociology at the London School of Economics, who  challenges us to think creatively about each other and our future. Chetan Bhatt has published widely about the worldwide rise of racist and religious Far Right movements. He is interested in why the authoritarian ideas of these movements appeal to many groups and how understanding the nature of their ideas can help us challenge them effectively.

All are welcome.  For further information contact Jere Cummins.

 

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 14


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


 

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesOff Site Church Event


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


 

Contact  Betsy Rosso
betsyrosso@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesOff Site Church Event

8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday October 11, 2017
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesFellowship Hall

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 5

6:30 PM - 6:45 PM

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Mollie Jewell
molliejewell2@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 14

 

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel

 

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

7:15 PM - 8:45 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesWelcome Room


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Sara Weber
703 642 5840
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10

 
Thursday October 12, 2017
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Contact  Bill Scouton
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
10:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Contact  Tamara Srader
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom


Monthly Finance and Investment Team Meeting

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

http://www.watersguitar.com/
Contact  Eric Waters
info@watersmusicdesign.com
Available Rooms & SpacesWelcome Room

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10

7:15 PM - 10:00 PM
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
 

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 16


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


Friday October 13, 2017
 
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
2:30 PM - 10:00 PM

https://richardlevine.artspan.com/home?zenid=6sl9gf0330bftk...
Contact  Carson Herrington
ecarsonh@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Contact  Rachel Schroeder
schroeder.rachel@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesFellowship Hall

6:45 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Louise Van Horne
louisevanhorne0@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room


13th movie imageDon’t Miss “Thirteenth” on October Thirteenth
Here’s another opportunity for you to see “!3th,” an extraordinary documentary film about racial injustice that was nominated for an Oscar’s for Best two years ago.  It was shown at UUCA about that time.  It is a hard-to-forget movie on the subject of racial inequity in the American justice system that you’ll want to see with others.

The film will start immediately at 7:00PM in the Activity Room (downstairs) on the “13th and will be followed by period for audience discussion/reaction.   We will also talk about current actions the church and community are doing to try to turn the situation around.
For more information e-mail Louise Van Horne @ l_vanhorne@verizon.net

7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Contact  Herb Cooper-Levy
herbcl1@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel
Youth Room

Saturday October 14, 2017
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room
Room 16

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Contact  Kathryn Hufnagle
hufnaglecello@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesNursery

 

Contact  Robert Gayer
robertgayer@me.com
Available Rooms & SpacesWelcome Room


Those interested in joining this intermediate meditation group should contact Bob Gayer at robertgayer@me.com.

10:00 AM - 4:30 PM

http://dcbanglaschool.org/
Contact  Shamim Chowdhury
bccdi@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel
Fellowship Hall
Volunteer Room


The Bangla school offers classes to Bengali and non-Bengali families and individuals interested in learning about Bangla culture and heritage. 

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
12:00 PM - 4:30 PM

http://dcbanglaschool.org/
Contact  Shamim Chowdhury
bccdi@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom


The Bangla school offers classes to Bengali and non-Bengali families and individuals interested in learning about Bangla culture and heritage. 

12:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Contact  Mimi Bornstein
mimib@uucava.org
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Contact  Caroline Rogus
crogus@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesNursery
Room 2
Room 4
Room 5
Room 6
Room 7
Room 8
Walden Room
Other Room ManagementPlayground

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Rev. Julian Adams
JulianA@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel

8:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Sunday October 15, 2017
 
 

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM

http://www.uucava.org/
Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary

9:15 AM - 1:00 PM
10:15 AM - 11:00 AM

Contact  Diane Ullius
diane.ullius@comcast.net
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
 

Contact  Carson Herrington
ecarsonh@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery


Richard Levine will be on hand immediately following both services (10:30am/12:30pm on October 15 and November 19 to discuss his work in the Center Gallery. Mr. Levine was recently awarded a grant by the Pollock-Krasner Foundation; many of the pieces on display allude to his admiration for the color field paintings of Kenneth Noland, Ellsworth Kelly et al. and his love ofvernacular architecture of New England and Nova Scotia. Another series on view are abstractions inspired by photographs from the Hubble telescope.

 



 

Contact  James Terpstra
James.Terpstra@Trade.Gov

To plan this years Secret Santa Campaign for the church

11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Contact  Diane Ullius
diane.ullius@comcast.net
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
12:30 PM - 1:15 PM

Contact  Carson Herrington
ecarsonh@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery


Richard Levine will be on hand immediately following both services (10:30am/12:30pm on October 15 and November 19 to discuss his work in the Center Gallery. Mr. Levine was recently awarded a grant by the Pollock-Krasner Foundation; many of the pieces on display allude to his admiration for the color field paintings of Kenneth Noland, Ellsworth Kelly et al. and his love ofvernacular architecture of New England and Nova Scotia. Another series on view are abstractions inspired by photographs from the Hubble telescope.

 



12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Contact  Denise Kappler
denise_kappler@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 16


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Contact  Ed McGrady
mcgradye@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel
Room 14


MoonFire is an active group of UU pagans that strive to build a safe and nurturing community that is inclusive and provides for spiritual growth and service to the Earth and Her children. Attendees are encouraged to arrive by 1:15 pm and to check the signs posted at the main stairwell to confirm room assignments. The ritual begins at 1:30 pm, followed by a potluck and fellowship. All are welcome. For more information contact Ed McGrady, mcgradye@gmail.com.


3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Contact  Fred Persi
fpersi@att.net
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


Family Meditation Class for 5-11 year-olds

Classes will be held on the third Sunday of each month from 3:30 - 4:30PM in the Chapel.   

The Family Meditation class provides young children with a mindfulness framework to develop healthy responses to the ever-changing world around and inside of them.  

Children will learn how to express their innate qualities of being present with what is happening, respect for others and nature, loving kindness and compassion.  Planting these seeds at an early age can reduce stress as well as sustain and nourish the mind, body and spirit for a lifetime. 


Classes include lessons on basic Buddhist teachings, short meditations, movement exercises and hands on activities geared towards developing mindfulness. 

 

Parents attend the classes with their children.  


Questions?  Contact Fred Persi at fpersi@att.net.

 


4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Contact  David McTaggart
dmctagg@gmail.com

VOICE - Virginians Organized for Community EngagementBus image w/ Northam/Gillispie photo

Contact Bob Blinn at robertcblinn@gmail.com, (804) 836-3704

Virginia Election Forum
Sunday, October 15, 4:30 to 6:45 pm
Patriot High School
10504 Kettle Run Rd, Nokesville, VA 20181
Buses and carpools leave UUCA at 3:30

We will ask our Gubernatorial and Attorney General candidates:
“Yes or No, will you govern on behalf of We The People?”
•    Lead our nation in reducing hate
•    Make equitable investment in all schools
•    Increase the felony dollar threshold
•    Support immigrant youth and families
•    Provide affordable housing for working families
.     Fund a reliable Metro Transit system

We The People will be there—1600 strong, including 180 from UUCA—to witness their commitments and hold them accountable!

The Virginia statewide election this November will be the first true national referendum on the 2016 Presidential election, one that will set the stage for the 2018 elections.

VOICE is a strictly non-partisan organization. We are not concerned over which candidate wins. VOICE wins, We The People win, when the candidates commit to lead on our issues agenda.

Register at the VOICE table on Sundays.

Contact  Bob Blinn at robertcblinn@gmail.com, (804) 836-3704

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Contact  Herb Cooper-Levy
herbcl1@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10
Room 12
Room 9

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Monday October 16, 2017
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Contact  Karin Hudson
hudsons1@me.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10
Room 12
Room 14

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Warren Wright
fwarrenwright@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesWelcome Room

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Contact  Barbara Gilligan
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)

 
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday October 17, 2017
 
9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Contact  Karin Hudson
hudsons1@me.com
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
6:00 PM - 6:50 PM
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
 
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Hannah Connolly
hannahnconnolly@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

 

http://www.wellspouse.org
Contact  Richard Faircloth
rfaircloth@aacc.edu
Available Rooms & SpacesYouth Room

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
 
 

Contact  Elizabeth Fogarty
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 16

 

Contact  Mimi Bornstein
mimib@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


This class will explore using music therapeutically and creating the ancient art form of the mandala for personal and spiritual growth.  Self-drawn mandalas (a Sanskrit word for circle) are, as renowned psychologist Jung referred to, "cryptograms" or coded messages from the inner self.  In this mostly experiential series, participants will be guided to travelto their inner spaces with music and then draw an expression of the experience. Drawing a mandala is easy, fun and illuminating as it conjures up past and present unconscious thoughts and images especially in combination with music. We then discuss and interpret the colors and shapes as it relates to personal and spiritual growth and goals.

Sophia Morreale photoSophia Morreale, is the pianist at UUCA,  and  a Board-Certified Music Therapist, Guided Imagery and Music Practitioner and certified in Mandala Assessment.  She has facilitated groups in this method for over 20 years, skilled in helping seekers identify, explore and express aspects of a persons authentic self for healing and deepening spiritual connection.

Freewill donations accepted. ($20 suggested.)


 

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 14


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


 

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday October 18, 2017
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
2:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Contact  Cliff Gay
Cliffordgay@mac.com
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:45 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary

6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesFellowship Hall

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 5

6:30 PM - 6:45 PM

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Contact  Gay Cima
cimag@georgetown.edu
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)


Driving in Second, A Book by UUCA member Marietta Tanner

Come and hear author Marietta Tanner read from her new book, Driving in Second!  While recovering from a devastating breakup with a man she loves, a young African American woman decides to drive from New York City to Mexico with three female friends. In 1954, during the height of Jim Crow, the decision is both brave and potentially dangerous. A fictional account based on Tanner's memories of the days preceding the civil rights movement, Driving in Second is both a sobering examination of US race relations and a reminder that equality is not negotiable. 


7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Phyllis Liner
pgl1226@aol.com
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room

 

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room

 

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

 

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 16

7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Contact  Bill Turner
dc_billturner@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 9

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  John Zeray
jzeray@verizon.net
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel

 
 

Contact  Jim Strube
emacs.1@juno.com
Available Rooms & SpacesWalden Room

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Contact  Caroline Rogus
crogus@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10

Thursday October 19, 2017
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesOff Site Church Event


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Contact  Betsy Bailey
Available Rooms & SpacesWelcome Room

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Contact  Caroline Rogus
crogus@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Contact  Tamara Srader
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Michelle Rief
michrief@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesFellowship Hall


Holistic Moms Meeting 10/19:

How Gender Messages Influence Our Parenting and Our Children

Awareness about the messages we and the larger society send about gender is key to raising confident and compassionate children. Join us for a conversation with Jessica Haney, founder and publisher of MindfulHealthyLife.com, about how gendered expectations influence our language, habits and beliefs and thus inform our children's ideas about who they can be and what they can do.Jessica is a former teacher at the high school and college levels who has worked on issues of equity in education and has been thinking, teaching and writing about gender and the way it intersects with other aspects of identity for more than 20 years.She holds M.A. degrees in Women’s Studies and English from the University of Cincinnati.

What: Holistic Moms Network Arlington/Alexandria Chapter Meeting

Date: Thursday, October 19, 2017

Time: 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Location: 4444 Arlington Blvd Arlington, VA 22204 (in Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington)

HMN meetings are open to members and first-time visitors. Come see what we're about! RSVPs are helpful but not required:

https://www.facebook.com/events/663542350517796/

Children are always welcome at our meetings. 

For more information:

HMN Chapter blog: http://holisticmomsarlalex.blogspot.com/

HMN Chapter Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HMNArlingtonVA

HMN Chapter website: http://arlalexva.holisticmoms.org/

National HMN organization: http://www.holisticmoms.org/

Upcoming Meetings

November 16:How to Talk to Kids about Death

December 21: Winter Solstice Healing and Meditation


 

Contact  Julian Adams
juliana@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)


Our reading group where we read The Sellout by Paul Beatty as a sacred text. Snackies will be there!

7:15 PM - 10:00 PM
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
 

http://vacure.org/
Contact  Ric Blacksten
hrickblacksten@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10


Virginian Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants is an all volunteer advocacy organization for prisoners and families in Virginia. 

Friday October 20, 2017
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Contact  Rev. Julian Adams
JulianA@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room

7:15 PM - 10:00 PM

Contact  Chris Sutton
chrispete44@verizon.net
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery


PAG (Partners for Arlington and Guatemala)

Welcomes Guest Speaker

Alex Escobar Prado

Guatemalan Community Educator, Environmental & Youth Activist

with Youth Organized in Defense of Life (JODVID)

Mr. Escobar shares his experiences in the Center at UUCA

4444 Arlington Blvd., Arlington 22204

Friday, October 20th, 7:15 p.m.

Refreshments offered by the Buckingham Cooks beginning at 6:30

JODVID (Youth Organized in Defense of Life) uses the arts and popular education to mobilize youth in local and regional movements to protect the environment and defend territory. They organized in 2015 following the murder of 16-year-old Topacio Reynoso, a local artist and vocal opponent of Tahoe Resources’ Escobal silver mine in southeastern Guatemala. Members honor her memory by using her art and music to strengthen the resistance to Tahoe Resources and other environmental threats in the region.

This event is part of a national speaking tour sponsored by UUCA Partner NISGUA (Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala).

There will be a UUCA trip to Guatemala February 10-20, 2018.  Delegates will spend time in the mining area and meet members of JODVID during their visit.  More information available at the event.  Contact Anne McKnight: amcknight4646@gmail.com


7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Pat Findikoglu
patfindikoglu@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesWelcome Room


The Living the Pledge monthly  book club grew out of the early workshops supporting 'The  Pledge to End Racism.' The group reads fiction and nonfiction works by African American authors.  The idea is to honor, listen carefully to and reflect on the words of African American writers.  All are welcome.  


Saturday October 21, 2017
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Contact  Herb Cooper-Levy
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery
Fellowship Hall
Kitchen
Sanctuary

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
11:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Contact  Rob Albro
robert.d.albro@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)


Members and Friends of the UUCA community and others are invited to audition for Chalice Theater's spring musical. Performance dates are February 23, 24, & 25, and March 2, 3, 5, 9, 10, & 11. For more information, contact Rob Albro, robert.d.albro@gmail.com.

4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom
Sanctuary
Welcome Room

6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room
Chapel
Walden Room

8:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Available Rooms & SpacesYouth Room

Sunday October 22, 2017
 
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Contact  Ken Bissell
ken.bissell@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM
9:15 AM - 1:00 PM
10:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Contact  John McLauglin
john_w_mclaughlin@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 16

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
 
 

Contact  Sarah Masters
dircl@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesNursery


Parents of Infants and Preschoolers are invited to meet in the Nursery between services. Kids welcome!

 

Contact  Tom O'Reilly
toreiljr@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
12:30 PM - 1:15 PM
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Contact  Rev. Julian Adams
JulianA@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesYouth Room

12:45 PM - 2:15 PM

Contact  Ken Bissell
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 2
Room 4

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Contact  Rob Albro
robert.d.albro@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)


Members and Friends of the UUCA community and others are invited to audition for Chalice Theater's spring musical. Performance dates are February 23, 24, & 25, and March 2, 3, 5, 9, 10, & 11. For more information, contact Rob Albro, robert.d.albro@gmail.com.

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Monday October 23, 2017
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday October 24, 2017
 
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
6:00 PM - 6:50 PM
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
7:15 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Jere Cummins
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
 
 

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery


A healing service and sound meditation for reflection and spiritual deepening. Come for an evening of contemplative meditation, with music, chanting, and silence. Attendees may bring a yoga mat, pillow, or blanket. Freewill donations accepted. ($20 suggested) 


7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Contact  Bill Turner
dc_billturner@yahoo.com
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 10

8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday October 25, 2017
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Contact  Judy Itkin
pace.registrar@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Contact  Judy Itkin
pace.registrar@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
6:30 PM - 6:45 PM
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
lwilliams@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesParlor (Room 13/15)

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
 
Thursday October 26, 2017
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Contact  Bill Scouton
Available Rooms & SpacesBoardroom

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 16

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Contact  Rob Albro
robert.d.albro@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room


Call backs for those invited for a second audition for parts in Chalice Theater's spring musical. Performance dates are February 23, 24, & 25, and March 2, 3, 5, 9, 10, & 11. For more information, contact Rob Albro, robert.d.albro@gmail.com.

7:15 PM - 9:00 PM

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel


Small groups offer opportunities to connect with others at UUCA. Covenant groups are the most popular type of structured small group in our large congregation, with recent participation rising to more than 300 congregants annually. These groups provide opportunities to form deep relationships, explore your personal story from a spiritual perspective, and share in meaningful conversations.

These groups are made up of 8 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to help one another build community, grow spiritually, and carry out a service project to benefit the church or wider community. Group members get together at church or in homes to talk about spiritual topics such as joy, community, identity, mindfulness, etc. using varied materials such as videos, readings, poems, and insights. These are not intellectual discussions but a chance to share what touches your heart and soul with others.

Trained facilitators lead the groups, steering the conversation in a respectful and thoughtful manner where there is as much listening as talking and a real opportunity to develop close relationships. Groups identify a community service project where they volunteer together to share UUCA’s commitment to service, and deepen bonds among members.

Registration is required.


7:15 PM - 10:00 PM
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
 

Contact  Tracey Rogers
tracey.lynnelle@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesVolunteer Room

Friday October 27, 2017
 
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Contact  Diane Ullius
du4uuca@comcast.net
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 14
Room 16




walking along the beach at sunrise/sunsetThe Soul of Aging series, based on the Circles of Trust work by Parker Palmer, will be offered in two formats this fall—one introductory session followed by your choice of either three weekends or nine weekly sessions. The program invites vulnerability and deep sharing as we look at how we wish to age and at the challenges, joys, and possibilities involved in the aging process. 

You must have attended one of the introductory sessions to participate in this program.

“Aging with soul means becoming who you are essentially. You keep going over your experiences in a spirit of wonder, telling your stories again and again. You get to know more about yourself and you act from that knowledge. None of this is superficial. Identity has nothing to do with ego; it emerges gradually from deep in the soul.”
-- Thomas Moore, Ageless Soul

The Soul of Aging series is a part of UUCA’s broadening work with Circles of Trust approaches in the congregation. For additional information, contact Mary Pike at marylpva@gmail.com; Diane Ullius at du4uuca@comcast.net; David McTaggart at dmctagg@gmail.com; or Jacomina de Regt at jacominaderegt@gmail.com.


7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Contact  Andy Arnette
Available Rooms & SpacesFellowship Hall
Narthex
Sanctuary

Saturday October 28, 2017
 
8:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Contact  Diane Ullius
du4uuca@comcast.net
Available Rooms & SpacesRoom 14
Room 16




walking along the beach at sunrise/sunsetThe Soul of Aging series, based on the Circles of Trust work by Parker Palmer, will be offered in two formats this fall—one introductory session followed by your choice of either three weekends or nine weekly sessions. The program invites vulnerability and deep sharing as we look at how we wish to age and at the challenges, joys, and possibilities involved in the aging process. 

You must have attended one of the introductory sessions to participate in this program.

“Aging with soul means becoming who you are essentially. You keep going over your experiences in a spirit of wonder, telling your stories again and again. You get to know more about yourself and you act from that knowledge. None of this is superficial. Identity has nothing to do with ego; it emerges gradually from deep in the soul.”
-- Thomas Moore, Ageless Soul

The Soul of Aging series is a part of UUCA’s broadening work with Circles of Trust approaches in the congregation. For additional information, contact Mary Pike at marylpva@gmail.com; Diane Ullius at du4uuca@comcast.net; David McTaggart at dmctagg@gmail.com; or Jacomina de Regt at jacominaderegt@gmail.com.


9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Contact  Herb Cooper-Levy
herbcl1@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesChapel
Youth Room

10:00 AM - 4:30 PM

http://dcbanglaschool.org/
Contact  Shamim Chowdhury
bccdi@yahoo.com

The Bangla school offers classes to Bengali and non-Bengali families and individuals interested in learning about Bangla culture and heritage. 

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room


SURJ NoVA and SURJ DC are committed to holding space for conversations about racial justice through Deep Canvassing in Virginia.  Our next opportunity is Saturday, October 28th; focused on talking to neighbors about racial issues.

Please sign up here to participate: https://goo.gl/forms/Z6xnnz3xCHE4daSv1

Join SURJ NOVA and SURJ DC to have important conversations with Northern VA residents about race and racial justice. We’re using long-term, research-based strategies meant to push our neighbors to collectively re-think their support for systemic white supremacy. Every session is 6 hours long, and volunteers should plan to join for the entire time. We do a thorough training, including a practice, go out on the doors, and then come back to share what we’ve learned. Thanks so much for being part of this important work!

If you’ve been Deep Canvassing with SURJ Nova and SURJ DC before, as we have in the past, returning canvassers will have a chance to try out new personal stories, or refine their old ones to best create a space of vulnerability for canvasees in our current 2.0 training.

A note about the day: We will also be asking folks to contribute to the costs of food as they are able. If it’s possible to kick in $5-15 on the day, please consider doing so. No one participating in the day’s training, dining, and canvassing is under obligation to contribute.


10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Contact  Julian Adams
juliana@uucava.org
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Contact  Andy Arnette
moonfirecoords@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesFellowship Hall
Narthex
Sanctuary


MoonFire Samhain Ritual – October 28, 2017
 
Samhain symbolOn Saturday, October 28, at 7:45 PM, come celebrate the ancient Pagan New Year with MoonFire at our annual ritual to observe Samhain (pronounced SOW-wen), the time when the veil between the worlds of the living and the dead becomes thin, our sacred ancestors are close, and divination and magic happen.  It is a meeting of fellowship with our ancestors and a meeting with the God and Goddess.

Samhain is both the final harvest of the year and a celebration of our Beloved Dead.  Please join us to honor and reflect on our own personal harvests of this year - - perhaps a completed work project, a relationship breakup, a school graduation, etc. - - and a celebration of the lives of our Beloved Dead.  We will invite them to join us for a conversation and a meal so we may honor their lives and the impact they had on us.

What have you harvested this year?  How will it sustain you through your future days?

All attendees are encouraged (but not required) to wear ritual garb, and to bring an item of remembrance to place on the altar.
 
Please note that because of the time, length, and theme of this event, it may not be appropriate for children, and no childcare will be offered.

As always, a potluck and time for fellowship will follow the ritual, so bring a dish or drink to share, along with your own plates/utensils, if possible, so that we may minimize trash.  For further information on MoonFire, please visit our web site at www.moonfireuuca.org, or contact us at moonfirecoords@gmail.com.

8:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Sunday October 29, 2017
 
8:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Contact  LeeAnn Williams
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room
Kitchen

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary

9:15 AM - 1:00 PM
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
 
11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
Available Rooms & SpacesSanctuary

12:30 PM - 1:15 PM
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Contact  Ken Perkins-Gough
ken.perkins-gough@comcast.net
Available Rooms & SpacesKitchen

4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Contact  Ric Blacksten
hrickblacksten@gmail.com
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery




5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Contact  Bob Denniston
justdoitbob@hotmail.com

UUs for Social Justice has announced that UUCA's former Minister of Faith in Action, Rev. Dr. Linda Olson Peebles, and UUCA member Lavona Grow are among eight winners of Social Justice Awards. Rev. Linda is recognized for her leadership as a force for social justice and equality with VOICE and other regional inter-faith community organizing. Lavona Grow is awarded the Special Recognition Award for her leadership in UUCA's social justice efforts and her passion for advocacy and engagement that has transformed UUSJ into a prominent UU voice for social justice. Awards will be presented at the "Building a Better World" ceremonies on October 29 at the Cedar Lane UU Congregation in Bethesda. All are welcome to join the celebration. For event and registration information, click here or contact info@uusj.org.

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Monday October 30, 2017
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday October 31, 2017
 
 

9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Contact  Karin Hudson
hudsons1@me.com
Available Rooms & SpacesActivity Room
Room 14

1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
6:00 PM - 6:50 PM
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
 
 

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org



 

Contact  Annie Parker
aparker@uucava.org
Available Rooms & SpacesCenter Gallery




8:00 PM - 9:00 PM