Upcoming at UUVerdugo

This Tuesday, January 22

UUVerdugo Movie Night: "Wag the Dog" (1997)

Released at the tail (ahem) end of the Clinton administration, "Wag the Dog" ("Shortly before an election, a spin-doctor and a Hollywood producer join efforts to fabricate a war in order to cover up a Presidential sex scandal") has just as much relevance now, and serves as a not-so-quaint reminder of a not-so-innocent time. Starring Dustin Hoffman and Robert De Niro. Requested $5 donations will be sent to IRC San Diego for immigrants who are waiting for asylum hearings. 

7 p.m.

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Sunday, January 27

Sunday Service: Unitarian Universalism Is a Very Long Name

Rev. KC Slack


We begin a monthly series on Unitarian Universalist history, theology, and practice by asking: what on earth is Unitarian Universalism and why does it have such a long name? 

10:30 a.m.

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April 2017
This month we will be focusing on several ideas. We are excited that Spring has arrived, we will be talking about Women’s History Month, Earth Day and of course thinking about all the wonderful holidays these next few months.
 
We will be planting a new garden on the side of the church with both tomatoes and milkweed (butterfly plants) as a way to take care of our earth. If any member of the congregation would like to donate pots, plants, maybe a gift card to Armstrong’s that would be so greatly appreciated! We can’t wait to beautify our garden and give a little back to mother earth. 
 
We are looking for “special guests” to come down to the children’s service for between 10-15 minutes to share a story, help us with a craft or just spend time with the children. We are constantly looking for ways to include our adults in our children’s lives and we think this is a great start. Please feel free to check in with Elizabeth or any of the RE parents to let us know if you are interested.
 
Are you looking for ways to share the holidays of this season with your child?
 
Check out books at the library about Easter, Passover and the spring season
Plant flowers and veggies to share with friends and family
Talk with your children about what holidays are, which holidays your family celebrates and special traditions you may share
 
There are so many ways to welcome the season of change and growth! We look forward to sharing how we celebrate as the month moves on.
 
Happy Spring!
 
Warmly,
Elizabeth S. Brown
RE Coordinator
 

 

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