Art Walk ,Community Mural, and Easter Egg Hunt This Weekend
Today, Friday, April 2nd the art walk and mural are available from 6:00-8:00 PM. Our youth group is having a bonfire at 7:30 PM.
Pre-registration is encouraged – though not required – for the art walk. This will allow us to pre-print our contact tracing forms and have a sense of how many people we’re expecting. Please use the brief form below to pre-register for the event.
Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 3rd UUCT is hosting a no-contact Easter egg hunt for our families from 11:00-1:00 PM. Families will also have the opportunity to participate in the Art Walk and add handprints to the mural. Pre-registration is required; please use the form below to do so.
Later on Saturday from 2:00-4:00 PM every community member is welcome to the campus for the final opportunity to participate in the art walk, community mural, and to pick up a flower craft that will be used in our Flower Communion during Sunday service on April 4. Our Music Director, Angel de Armendi, will also be providing live music from 2:00 – 4:00 PM!
While many will enjoy the opportunity for a shared experience, those not ready to do so or who have conflicts during that time can still view the displayed art at your convenience between now and April 4. If others are present, mask wearing and social distance guidelines still apply.
By Janet Temkin
The Tallahassee Food Network is Kicking off Minority and Public Health Month on April 3rd with an Environmental Health Day in collaboration with the Leon County Health Department.
Visit the IGROW Community Garden at 611 Dent Street, Tallahassee from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Saturday, April 3rd to learn about environmental justice issues. There will also be outreach materials and information for the new LEON CARES Rental and Utility Assistance Program for needy families.
Social distancing will be practiced and masks, sanitizers and COVID-19 protocol materials will be provided.
Special Newcomer/Guest Break-out Room Every Sunday After the Service
Newcomers and other guests, whether you have attended one virtual service or many, please join us in a special break-out room any Sunday during the social time following the service. You are welcome to participate in this break-out room more than once. It will be an opportunity for you to get to know us and us to get to know you. You can also share about what brought you to UUCT and ask questions you might have. And if you would rather just participate in one of the general break-out rooms during social time, you are always invited to do so. In the meantime, if you have any questions about the break-out room or about the church, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
– The Welcome Team (Trudy Deyle, Sally Andersen and others)
You are welcome to join us every Sunday from 3 PM to 4 PM on Zoom. We are a community of meditators who come together for a chance to center ourselves with calm and focus. Each week a member of the group leads the meditation, drawing from a variety of Buddhist thought. Our usual practice starts with a guided meditation or a passage reading while seated, followed by a walking meditation, then finishing with a silent meditation. At the conclusion, we share our experiences with each other.
Whether you are new or seasoned to the practice of meditation, all are welcome. Please email Ardenkelly@yahoo.com for the Zoom link invitation to be sent to you every Saturday.
Arden Kelly is a Director & Teaching Artist Acting/Voice & Speech/Voiceover/Singer pursuing a Masters in London
Join us weekly via Zoom for a synergistic interfaith spiritual practice of many forms of singing, chanting, and group observation of silence.
The goal is to help each participant reach a place within themselves where they can connect with the Divine, their Inner Core, the Spirit of Life; wherever they find Peace. Led by Angel de Armendi, Music Director.
Singing Meditation will is on an alternating Tuesday/Thursday rotation schedule. Our next gathering will be Tuesday, April 6 from 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM.
If interested in joining or for more information, contact Music Director Angel de Armendi at email@example.com
Indwellers Group at UUCT
Adults 25-49 are invited to join Indwellers, a new cohort group for socialization, community connection and spiritual exploration.
You can look forward to a bimonthly Zoom discussion on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month, social events, and community care. Join us for our next Zoom discussion on Tuesday, April 6 at 8 PM
Old Guys Lunch
The next Old Guys Lunch will be Wednesday, April 7 at 11:30 AM on the veranda of UUCT. Social distancing and current facility use guidelines will be followed. We will continue meeting every other Wednesday weather permitting.
If interested in joining this group or for more information, contact John Sample.
Food For Thought – Can we lower our chances of getting Alzheimer’s disease?
Can we lower our chances of getting Alzheimer’s disease? Can we really avoid losing our cognitive abilities as we age?
At our April 8th 2021 Food For Thought zoom meeting, we will find out how to keep our brains healthy – what foods to eat and what habits we should develop. We will watch two short videos, one by Dr. Neal Barnard of the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine and the other featuring Dr. Greger, author of the book, How Not to Die.
We will also learn about Dr. Fuhrman’s G-BOMBS, the acronym for the foods that build up our immune systems, which is so critical during this pandemic.
Come join us on Thursday, April 8th at 7:00 PM. If you are not on the Food For Thought mailing list, please contact Linda Oaksford at firstname.lastname@example.org, so that you will receive the link for the zoom meeting.
Church Work Day Next Saturday
Join us Saturday, April 10 from 9 AM – 2 PM for our monthly church work day.
Feel free to bring your lunch. Social distancing guidelines will be followed. For more information contact Bonnie Abellera.
Even if you can only help for an hour or two, that will be appreciated.
Hope to see you there!
Centering BIPOC Voices Reading Ta-Nehisi Coates
By Robin Gray
The book under discussion for our April meeting is Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates. Published in 2015, Between the World and Me was inspired by James Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time. Both books are addressed to young black men trying to grow up in a world that makes little room for them. Both books offer suggestions that invite us to look at white privilege and the fabric of a nation founded on the presumption of white superiority. Join us in responding to this contemporary reflection on the prevalence and presence of racism in our country.
We will meet on Zoom Saturday, April 10, at 3:30 PM. For more information on Centering BIPOC Voices and the commitment we make to each other at discussions contact Robin Gray (email@example.com).
We are in the process of selecting readings for May and June and will publish the results in early April.
Christian Spirituality @ UUCT
Join us for a twice-monthly, Zoom Bible study. While each week’s Bible passage will be the focus of the meeting, the real purpose of Christian Spirituality is to create a friendly association, to give and receive support, and to find our lives expressed in the Bible.
Our meetings will be the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM For zoom information contact Alana Katherine “Kay” Stuart-Tilley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our next meeting is April 14.