Around the Fellowship
Community Discussion Group*
June 19 - "What Role Did Your Father Play in Your Life?" Moderator: Steve Lewis
June 26 - "All About Woodland Cemetery." Moderator: Cynthia Brooks
*This adult group meets every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in the Founders room for fellowship and thought-provoking discussions led by member volunteers. For a more detailed listing of topics, please see the Sunday bulletin.
St. Vincent de Paul 2nd Saturday Lunch*
July 9 Menu: Beef stew, green salad, fruit salad, 2% milk, 100% juice
*All items must be delivered heated and ready to serve 15-20 people. Donations should be taken to 120 W. Apple St. by 10:30 a.m. Contact email@example.com or sign up in the Gathering Space.
Evening Book Club
Please join us at 7:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month at Christopher's Restaurant (2318 Dorothy Ln., Kettering). For more information, contact Ann Snively.
July 12 - A Long Way Gone, by Ishmael Beah
August 9 - The Irresistible Henry House, by Lisa Grunwald
September 13 - March, by Geraldine Brooks
October 11 - Unbroken, by Laura Hillenbrand
Lunch with Amy
Lunch with Amy is switching locations! For the month of June, the lunch will be held at 2nd Street Market in Downtown Dayton (Thursdays at 11:30 a.m.). Meet at the tables at the far end of the market (away from Webster St.); they have a reserved sign on them. Lunch is on hiatus during July and will resume at Panera in August.
Daytime Book Club Title*
July 20 - Bess and Harry: An American Love Story, by Jhan Robbins
August TBA - The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Skloot
*We meet one Wednesday a month, at 10:30 a.m., in the Fellowship Library. We then go out for lunch together. All are welcome!
All members, friends and visitors of the Miami Valley UU Fellowship are hereby summoned for Jury Duty on Sunday, July 10, 2011 to render a verdict in the case of "Mother Earth vs. World's People - Perhaps the Most Important Trial in the History of Civilization". To be held in the courtroom of His Honor the Judge located at 8690 Yankee St. Failure to comply with this summons will result in tiresome whining by the Producer, Director, and members of the hardworking cast of this serious, but amusing, play.
Humanitarian Giving Action Group Offering
During June, the Humanitarian Giving Action Group welcomes donations for Homefull. Your support is critical as Homefull strives to fulfill its mission: "to work to end homelessness by providing housing, services, advocacy and education." Homefull was formerly called The Other Place.
Rev. Amy's Study Break
During the month of July, Amy will be on study break. She will be available for pastoral emergencies. Call Kristin to reach Amy.
Don't forget to collect a little water from whatever mountain stream or city fountain you visit this summer. We'll use it for our ingathering worship service on September 11. During that traditional water ceremony, we all pour water together into a communal bowl, symbolizing what we've learned over the summer and bring it back to share with our beloved community.
Senate Bill 5
Are you concerned about SB 5 and the impact this legislation could have on the voice of public employees? A repeal effort is underway, and if the effort is successful a referendum will be on the ballot in November. Have you had a chance to think about the issue or talk with others to help decide your position? We invite you to a discussion on Fri., June 17 at 7 p.m. at the Fellowship where we will summarize what's in the referendum and listen to your concerns. LIFT Greater Dayton has invited congregations to hold listening campaigns so LIFT can better decide whether or not to support the referendum to repeal the bill. Please come and share with us. The evening is sponsored by the MVUUF Community Organizing Action Group. Refreshments will be served.