Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring
Want to plan ahead? Here's a list of major church events planned for June 2014 to June 2015.
In addition to the following listing, you may check the "What's Happening at UUCSS?" brochure for an overview of Coffeehouse events, workshops and classes.
Click on event for details.
|June 22||Women's Book Group|
|July 12||LBGTQA Coffee Corner|
|June 19||Unmasking Ok0kon Udo|
|Events Around the Beltway|
Date: Fourth Monday of the month
Time: 7:30-9:30 pm
Location: please call 301-754-1239 for directions
The Women's Book Group meets on the fourth Monday of the month at a member's home. All interested readers are welcome with no long-term obligation. We meet informally, discuss the book, take a break for delicious drink and refreshment, discuss the future titles, and adjourn by 9:30.
June 22, 2015: Behind the Beautiful Forevers by Katherine Boo July 27, 2015: The Good Lord Bird by James McBride
NO MEETING IN AUGUST
September 28: The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
Questions: Call 301-754-1239
Time: after the service
The UUCSS Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning & Allies (LGBTQA) Task Force holds an informal & welcoming Coffee Corner on the Second Sundays ( after the service & in the Sanctuary during the Summer Schedule.) All members, friends, & visitors are welcome. For more information, email email@example.com
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: UUCSS Sanctuary
The UUCSS Diversity Team hosts this special event, “UnMasking Okokon Udo,” a powerful one-man performance that takes the audience along on a personal journey of transformation. It mirrors the story of everyone who has ever lived with masks, lost their voice, been spoken for, or been marginalized by another person or group. A post-performance dialogue will provide an opportunity for audience members to share their reactions to the show and deepen their learning about UnMasking. Okokon has extended a discounted ticket price for UUCSS members, and an additional early-bird discount is available through May 20. Tickets are available at http://uucss.org/unmasking and at coffee hour. ASL interpretation will be available if requested by June 4. For more information about the show or to learn about the two-day UnMasking Discovery Workshop (June 20-21), contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Our Summer Worship Schedule begins on Father's Day (June 21st) and continues through Labor Day.
One Service is held at 10:30 a.m. during the summer months. Services are interpreted in American Sign Language. Nursery Care and Religious Education for children through grade 12 are offered during the summer worship services. An informal coffee hour follows the service.
Colesville Meals on Wheelsis again seeking volunteers to help drive or deliver meals. Our hours are approximately 11 to 1 on weekdays. You can choose a day, or be on our sub list to be called when needed. Contact info: www.colesville-meals-on-wheels.org
Coming Out with Pride
Commentary from Elizabeth Fogarty, Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington
This Pride story begins one evening in 2008 around the dinner table. Our older daughter, Claire, then a high school senior, said she had something important to tell us. And then she came out as a lesbian.
To say I was surprised is an understatement. I asked her if she was sure. Her sister, Margaret, said “Look at her, Mom. She has tears in her eyes. Of course she’s sure.”
Read all of Elizabeth's commentary here
The Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of MarylandThanks to all of your calls and emails, Governor Hogan decided to allow SB409/HB449, Environment- Hydraulic Fracturing-Regulations, to become law without his signature. This means that no wells--even exploratory ones--can be drilled in Maryland before October 1, 2017.
Please take a moment to thank your representatives who voted in favor of SB409/HB449. You can find a list of the votes here by clicking on "Vote-Senate Floor" and "Vote-House Floor."
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