UUFW Events and Activities in March 2019

Free Parents Night Out

Friday, March 1 in Chalice House, 5:00 to 8:30 p.m. Click here for the flyer with details.

Choir Practice

Monday, March 4 and 25, 7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. No matter your experience, all are welcome to participate. Contact person: Diane Ganiere.

Racial Equity Class

Thursday, March 7, 7:00 p.m. in the Chalice House. This adult education class is a continuation of the 10-session class held last year. It will meet monthly through June. Click here for details.

UUFW Board Meeting

Tuesday, March 12, 7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Members are welcome to observe.

TrUUvel

Friday, March 15, 7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Renee Herrell and Ed Piper will share photos and stories of their trip to Alaska. TrUUvel is a presentation with pictures, memorabilia and stories about a trip taken by a Fellowship member or someone invited by a member. TrUUvel nights are usually on the third Friday of the month or whenever we are fortunate enough to have a volunteer willing to share an adventure. We invite anyone with the slightest twinge of wander lust to bring a small contribution for the snack table and settle in for an evening of hassle-free traveling from our chairs. Contact person: Lorain Harouff.

Potluck Lunch

Sunday, March 17, following the service.   Participants at our monthly potlucks are asked to bring a dish that serves at least eight people and corresponds to the following food plan based on first letters of last names:

  • Food Plan A:             A-G Veg/Salad      H-P Main Dish    Q-Z Dessert/Bread
  • Food Plan B:             A-G  Dessert/Bread    H-P Veg/Salad    Q-Z Main Dish
  • Food Plan C:            A-G Main Dish            H-P  Dessert/Bread  Q-Z Veg/Salad

Circle Dinners

Saturday, March 30 with a firm deadline to sign up of March 18. UUFW Circle dinners offer a chance to share a pleasant dinner and interesting conversation in each others’ homes. The host(s) sets the time, provides the main dish and contacts the assigned guests to arrange what they will bring for the meal. Sign up to be either a host or dinner guest on the form at the back of the sanctuary. For more information, contact Sylvia Woodworth.

Brown Baggers

Wednesday, March 20, 11:30 a.m. at the home of Bea Berry. This is a group of UUFW women that meets monthly. All ages are invited to come whenever personal schedules allow. If you come, bring your own lunch and the hostess will provide dessert & drinks. There is no designated topic of discussion, but usually many ideas or concerns are raised. You do not need to attend regularly in order to join—come when you can or when you feel like it. We do ask attendees to let the hostess know so that she can prepare enough dessert & drinks for all. Contact person: Lee Patterson.

Outside Activities held at the UUFW

These recurring activities are not officially sponsored by the UUFW, but they use our facilities and are open to everyone:                            

The Old Time Music Jam is a group that plays together every Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. in the Chalice House. Anyone may bring an instrument and join in or come just to listen. Contact person: Joe Good

Zen Meditation, led by UUFW member Ben Pumphrey, meets in the Chalice House each Sunday at 7:30 p.m. (except for September 2 and 16) For more information go to shenandoahzen@icloud.com.

The Stone Soup Book Club meets the third Tuesday of each month, at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. For more information email mary@stonesoupbooks.net

A yoga class is held each Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. All skill levels welcomed. Cost is free to UUFW members. Contact person: Marty Baker

The Stone Soup Poetry Group is a very casual meeting of folks who love poetry. They meet in the Chalice House on the fourth Monday of every month, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Bring a favorite poem to share or just come to enjoy others’ favorites. Contact person: Karen Reed

RISE is a new social justice organization based in Waynesboro. Its mission is to be a vehicle for giving voice to the voiceless, strength to the weak and support for the lost within the black community. The UUFW has a special relationship with RISE as our minister serves as the organization’s advisor, and its events are often held at the UUFW. See the RISE Events page for upcoming activities.