Date/Time Event
02/24/2018

February End of the Month Party

Make the end of the month shimmer and sparkle. Jane Ebone, jewelry maker and artist, will host the February End of the Month Party on February 24, 2018, at her house. The party will begin at 7:00 pm and last until 10:00 pm. Please bring a snack to share. Because the party is BYOB, no children please.

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02/25/2018

All-Church Super Sunday Lunch

Our next all-church Super Sunday Lunch will take place on Sunday February 25 following the 11:00am worship service. We’ll enjoy a great meal together in the Cockrell Fellowship Hall prepared by our volunteer kitchen crew. Cost will be $7 for adults, $2 for children and free for visitors, newcomers and anyone with limited finances. Everyone is welcome! Vegetarian options will be available.

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02/28/2018 - 03/07/2018

Addressing Escalating Inequality

Challenging extreme inequality is a moral imperative. The escalation of inequality undergirds so many injustices which our Unitarian Universalist faith movement is committed to addressing: from economic injustice to mass incarceration; from migrant injustice to climate change; from sexual and gender injustice to attacks on voting rights. Director Lifespan Religious Education Patti Withers will present a two-part discussion class on Inequality on Wednesdays February 28 and March 7 starting at 7:00pm in the church library. Escalating Inequality was chosen as the 2014-2018 Congregational Study Action/Issue by the Unitarian Universalist General Assembly.  We will use the UUA Study Guide to help us discuss this issue.

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02/28/2018

Addressing Escalating Inequality

Challenging extreme inequality is a moral imperative. The escalation of inequality undergirds so many injustices which our Unitarian Universalist faith movement is committed to addressing: from economic injustice to mass incarceration; from migrant injustice to climate change; from sexual and gender injustice to attacks on voting rights. Director Lifespan Religious Education Patti Withers will present a two-part discussion class on Inequality on Wednesdays February 28 and March 7 starting at 7:00pm in the church library. Escalating Inequality was chosen as the 2014-2018 Congregational Study Action/Issue by the Unitarian Universalist General Assembly.  We will use the UUA Study Guide to help us discuss this issue.

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03/04/2018

Center for Healing Racism Workshop

On Sunday, March 4 in Cockrell Hall, Cherry Steinwender from the Center for the Healing of Racism will present a two-hour workshop after the second service. Plan to attend so that we all can learn about “Institutional Racism,” “Internalized Racisim,” “Unaware Racism,” and White privilege. This presentation received rave reviews from UU Fellowship, calling it “a very happy thing.” Lunch will be served.

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03/07/2018

Addressing Escalating Inequality

Challenging extreme inequality is a moral imperative. The escalation of inequality undergirds so many injustices which our Unitarian Universalist faith movement is committed to addressing: from economic injustice to mass incarceration; from migrant injustice to climate change; from sexual and gender injustice to attacks on voting rights. Director Lifespan Religious Education Patti Withers will present a two-part discussion class on Inequality on Wednesdays February 28 and March 7 starting at 7:00pm in the church library. Escalating Inequality was chosen as the 2014-2018 Congregational Study Action/Issue by the Unitarian Universalist General Assembly.  We will use the UUA Study Guide to help us discuss this issue.

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07/22/2018

Register Now for The Point Summer UU Retreat

Each summer for over 80 years, Unitarian Universalists from across the southwest have gathered for a week of fellowship, food, worship, outdoor fun and spiritual exploration. After meeting for the past decade at Sequoyah State Park in eastern Oklahoma, The Point UU Retreat (formerly known as the Southwest UU Summer Institute) will be moving to a new location for our gathering this coming summer. During the week of July 22-27, 2018, we will come together at Lake Murray State Park near Ardmore, Oklahoma. Lake Murray features a newly-remodeled lodge, cabins with kitchens, and wonderful outdoor recreational activities. Plus it’s only a five hour drive from Houston! Registration for The Point 2018 is now open. To register, reserve your room, or get more information, please visit www.thepointuu.org.

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