Date/Time Event
01/26/2021

Meet & Eat Women's Lunch

The women of BAUUC gather each Tuesday to dine together in person and online.  We are bringing our own chair, lunch, water bottles and masks.  Please meet us outside the church building at the Religious Education entrance at 12:00pm on Tuesdays. We will keep all the safety procedures and enjoy the fellowship of each other. If you want to join in person, please RSVP to Tamar Wasoian at dlre@bauuc.org. To join us online, contact dlre@bauuc.org for the zoom link.
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01/27/2021

UU Men's Online Lunch

Unitarian Universalist men from the Houston and Austin area are now gathering each Wednesday at 11:45am for an online lunch. To be a part of this gathering, please contact Henry Harris at hlyharris@gamil.com

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01/27/2021

Zumba Exercise Class

We are gathering outside in our church parking lot Every Sunday and Wednesday at 5:30pm for Zumba class. Spots are limited, Please contact Tamar Wasoian at dlre@bauuc.org or 603-706-1573 to RSVP and for more information.

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01/27/2021

Reducing Our Carbon Footprint

Our BAUUC Green Sanctuary Team presents a discussion about ways that you can take positive action to protect our planet and slow global climate change, hosted by BAUUC member Carol Peterson.  Please join our mailing list for the zoom link or contact minster@bauuc.org.
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01/28/2021

We Are Family Discussion Group

We invite you to be a part of our Thursday morning conversation group called “We Are a Family.” The group will meet online on Thursdays at 3:30 PM and will be moderated by Alok Kalia and Tamar Wasoian. The goal is to talk about what is on our minds and to help each other find ways to deal with day-to-day life. It will be an opportunity to share thoughts, ideas, and information with others. If you’d like to join this new online group discussion, please contact Tamar Wasoian right away at dlre@bauuc.org and she will send you the link and log-in information for this Zoom meeting.

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01/28/2021

Thursday Thorns & Roses at 5:00pm

Share what is bringing you down, lifting your spirits, and offering you some hope. Look for a special email from Rev. Bruce Beisner this Thursday afternoon.

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01/29/2021

Knitting the Spirit at 10:30am

Get to know others into knitting, crocheting and needlework. To join this Zoom every Friday at 10:30am meeting check your email or contact office@bauuc.org for the link.

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01/31/2021

Zumba Exercise Class

We are gathering outside in our church parking lot Every Sunday and Wednesday at 5:30pm for Zumba class. Spots are limited, Please contact Tamar Wasoian at dlre@bauuc.org or 603-706-1573 to RSVP and for more information.

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02/01/2021

Amnesty International Local Group 1017 Meeting

Our next monthly virtual meeting will be on Monday, February 1, 2021 at 6:30 PM (Central). The speakers for this meeting are Dr Harry Gunkel and Dr Judith Norman, from The Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP). The title of their talk is “JVP’s work on Israeli human rights abuses in Palestine”.

Registration for the event is required. Once you register, you will receive the Zoom link to join the meeting.

Here is the link to register for the meeting: https://amnesty1017-feb-mtg.eventbrite.com/ 

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03/04/2021

Diversity Book Group

It is time to begin reading Desert Exile by Yoshiko Uchida (2nd edition, 2015), for the next meeting of The Exploring Diversity Book Group on March 4 at 1:30 pm, via Zoom. The author was in her senior year at the University of California, Berkeley, when Japanese Americans on the West Coast were rounded up and interned. The book begins with her happy family life before being interned. Then she relates the day-to-day experience of families living in horse stalls at the Tanforan Racetrack just south of San Francisco, and then in the wilderness of the Topaz, Utah, internment camp. This sensitive, readable account captures the feel of what this surrealist nightmare was like, but with insight and human warmth. To be added to the email list, contact Jane Malin.

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