Events & Activities
Saturday Morning Meditation
For a mindful and relaxing reprieve, UUMH offers weekly meditation programs through Zoom, on Saturday mornings at 9:30 AM, free of charge, and open to the public, presented and facilitated by Joan Konopka. Once you subscribe, you may attend whenever you are available. For more information, please contact Joan through this link.
UUMH Book Study Groups with Rev. Tracy Johnson
Meeting Virtually on Zoom
Many of us like to have the company of others while we contemplate the tougher issues in life, and this book-study group provides just such welcome support….along with more than a few smiles.
The first book, In Later Years, by Bruce T Marshall, is a guide to finding meaning and spirit in aging. The second book, a report by the UUA titled Widening the Circle of Concern, opened our eyes to the often unconscious practice of racism in our own UU churches. We recommend this report as a guide to making necessary changes in our own behavior that serve to lift those persons who have been marginalized.
When can you join the next group?
Look for announcements on this website and in the UUMH Chatham Newsletter and Weekly Update.
The UUMH Book Club
The club meets on the third Monday of each month. Each participant chooses a book for the group and then leads the discussion. Over the years, the group has read a wonderful variety of fiction, nonfiction, and memoirs. This exceptional opportunity to get together and enjoy great conversation is a favorite time for all.
The book for October 2021 is "The Splendid and the Vile" by Erik Larson
Some recent books:
The book, Woman of Troublesome Creek, by Kim Michele Richardson, Between Earth and Sky by Amanda Skenandore, Breakfast with Buddha by Roland Merullo, Ordinary Grace by William Krueger, Blue Latitudes by Tony Horwitz, Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
For information, contact Mary Parsons: email@example.com
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