Opportunities and Reminders
Labyrinth hosts, musicians, volunteers, and walkers…
Thank you to all who organized, set-up/take-down, hosted, performed, and participated.
Huge appreciation to Cath Saveson for organizing; Michael Greenman for logistics; Rev. Eric, Barb Fisher, Pat Hurley, Karen Torvik, Pat Hurley, Cath Saveson, Susan Clossen, Karla Rinto, Paula Egbert, and Lisa Brandt for hosting; and Wahru Cleveland and Joyce (hand drums), Kristin Figg (piano and medieval harp), Karen Thimmes (comtemplative piano), Cath Saveson (meditative chants and songs), Isa Mauch (violin), Jennifer Evans and Richard Kinsley (hammered dulcimer and guitar), and Patricia Wilcox (flute and piano, English Country Dance Music) for performing. Special thanks also to all those who helped set up and take down the labyrinth. You all made such a wonderful experience possible for 160–170 walkers (with 48 on New Year’s Day).
Registration opens this weekend!
Retreat: Jan. 31–Feb. 1
Sessions: every other week for 8 weeks
A small-group program that helps congregations talk about race and ethnicity, and explore how we can use this experience to help create a more just world.
Childcare provided upon request.
$75, scholarships available.
If you have any questions, email Rev. Eric or call him at 614/267-4946.
From our Auction Team…
Our First UU Auction: Come Fly with Me!
Saturday, February 22 at 5 pm.
We need many donations in order to make our auction “take off”! Donations must be received by January 26 to appear in the printed catalog. You can enter your items online or by filling out a form at our auction table in Beach Hall after each service. At the auction table you can also sign up for childcare, to bring an appetizer, to volunteer, and to get your questions answered. Can’t think about what to donate? Ask us! We have lots of suggestions.
Is an Intern in our future???
Contribute a Teaching Share to the Intern Fund
If we would like to have a ministerial intern in the coming years, we have to put the funds in place now. In order to say ‘yes’ to a school and a potential intern, we have to know that we can uphold our promise. If you are interested or would like more information, please contact Rev. Marian soon.
***Middle Hour…Middle Hour…Middle Hour***
This Sunday (Jan. 12th)
Passing the 28th “We the People Amendment” – the essential first step to reversing the climate crisis”
Led by Michael Greenman