Dec 162018


Coffeehouse, Bill Brink, Saturday, January 19, 7-9 pm

Bill Brink will be our performer for the January UU  Coffeehouse.  Also known as the Weathersfield “Town Troubadour,” Bill plays a very entertaining style of guitar music that will appeal to all ages.
Please come and enjoy the music and the delightful refreshments and coffee. All Welcome.  Doors open at 6:30, music starts at 7 pm.   This is a family-friendly evening of music and fun.   You will be able to purchase delicious snacks and beverages.

German Dinner Fundraiser, Saturday January  26, 5:30 pm

This dinner will feature authentic German food as coordinated by JoAnn Gaffron-Hargrove, who has lived in Germany. Cost is $15 per adult, $8 for children 12 & under; no charge for pre-school children.
Rotkohl (sweet and sour red cabbage)
Kartoffel Klosse (potato dumplings)
Petersilienkartoffeln (parsley potatoes)
Gurken Salat mit Dill (cucumber salad with dill)
Rote Gruetze mit Vaniliesosse (red berry pudding with vanilla sauce.)

This is a fundraiser for the Meetinghouse.

Contact Deb at for reservations or with questions.

First Friday Film: PHI  The Evolution of Consciousness, January 4, 7 pm

“Phi : The evolution of consciousness isn’t like any other movie you’ve seen before. It is more of a spiritual journey than a documentary, and we think that’s just how it was always meant to be.

“Phi ( symbol ) is the name for the golden ratio, a mathematical key which the ancients considered to be the “signature of God”. The reason for that is because everything in the natural world, from plants, animals, seashells, and even the spirals of galaxies are generated using the phi ratio in some way or another. What it teaches us is that things are self-similar; the same patterns we see at the microscopic level repeat themselves on larger and larger scales. We wanted to ask the question: does the golden ratio, the principle of self-similarity, apply to consciousness itself? . . .So we decided to make a movie about it.” (from the website)

Free admission and  popcorn. Doors open at 6:45; film begins at 7 pm.  All welcome!

 Games & Crafts Night, Saturday, January 12, 6:30-8:30 pm

Bring a craft project – your knitting, crocheting, woodworking, coloring, painting, etc – and/or a favorite game to this evening of fun and conversation.. We’ll also have games on hand to choose from. Hope to see you there!

The sanctuary will also be open during these hours so that members of the public can view or walk our labyrinth. Or come to our annual Labyrinth Service with Ellen Allman on Sunday morning, Jan. 13, at 10 am .

Seva Yoga with Aimee Parnell, Wednesday, January 16, 5:30 pm

The yogic principal of Seva refers to service. We’re offering this class at no cost but request that attendees bring a package of diapers for the diaper bank at the Springfield Area Parent Child Center.  This will be a gentle yoga class and all are welcome.

Weather permitting, Aimee will lead a yoga class on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Meetinghouse.

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