Service This Sunday: February 27, 9 & 11 a.m.
Special Guest: Kate Braestrup
Kate Braestrup is a Unitarian Universalist community minister, a law enforcement chaplain, and the author of the best selling memoir, Here If You Need Me. Her newest books are Marriage and Other Acts of Charity and just published, Beginner's Grace: Bringing Prayer to Life.
Welcome, Visitors to Cedar Lane.
We invite you to stop by our Visitor's Center in the Lounge before or after the service to say hello, find out more about Cedar Lane and Unitarian Universalism, sign up for our mailing list, and/or pick up
pamphlets about our faith.
In the Lounge: Alliance Jewelry * Donuts and Bagels * Beacon Books Cart *Environmental Task Force * Kate Braestrup books *Fair Trade Coffee and Tea *Paper to Pearls * Social Justice Council Lounge Lizards*
|From the Ministers |
This week I am thinking about Martin Stark. Martin died Thursday, February 17, in Pittsburgh. He was 98. A Memorial service for Martin will be held in the Chapel, Saturday, May 14, at 3:00 PM.
Martin was one of the founders of our congregation. For our 40th anniversary in 1991, his wife, Elizabeth wrote "I would have been content to remain indefinitely [at All Souls] except that in early 1951, as Bethesda residents, we were canvassed by the organizing group intent on starting a church in this county. We very reluctantly agreed to go along, realizing this was the only answer to relieving the pressure on the school at All Souls . . . Throughout all this we felt almost a sense of destiny. There was unbelievable camaraderie and unanimity of resolve. We had a cause. We were in it together and we had to make it work." From our history: "During the time we used the Woman's Club on Connecticut Ave for worship (1951-58), the flowers were delivered each week by a florist to the home of Martin and Elizabeth Stark, who then brought them to the Center and arranged them on a table at the front of the room. . . . They organized "We Care" in 1976 "The task of completely reorganizing the old "neighborhood groups" into a two tier system managed by neighborhood coordinators and chairpersons was accomplished by Martin and Elizabeth Stark . . ."
Because of those who came before, we are.
The We Care program is a network led by volunteers who reach out to address short-term needs - food deliveries, rides to doctor's appointments, a listening ear in the event of a loss. The Cedar Lane congregation is organized geographically by "neighborhoods"; each neighborhood has at least one chairperson to coordinate support. Look at your nametag or the map in the church office to find your neighborhood.
It is with sadness that we announce the deaths of two long-time Cedar Lane members. Both Martin Stark (Neighborhood 32) and Gerry England (N6) died this week, each after a long decline. The service in celebration of Martin and his life will be held on May 14th at 3:00; we do not have information regarding a service for Gerry yet. Our hearts go out to their many friends and family members.
Congratulations are with Ann McLaughlin (N8) with the publication of her latest novel, "A Trial in Summer." You may learn more about her new book by visiting her website: www.annmclaughlinwriting.com Hooray!
One day after a serious earthquake in Christchurch, NZ, Glenis Bellais (N25) left on a previously-scheduled trip to this city, her hometown. She invites anyone who would like to help the humanitarian effort there to make a donation to the New Zealand Red Cross: http://www.redcross.org.nz/donate Unitarians in Auckland report: "The home of Derek McCullough, who leads the Christchurch Unitarians, was destroyed by the earthquake. [He and his family are fine.] Other members of the Christchurch fellowship are likely to be seriously affected as well. We hope to set up a Christchurch Unitarian relief fund to which anyone in New Zealand and overseas could contribute. We will let you know as soon as possible how contributions can be made." And they warn: "Beware of scammers asking for donations - please give only through banks, official Red Cross or Oxfam for overseas people."
Should you know of a member of our community in personal need, you are encouraged to reach out to them. If you learn that this person wishes to receive a response from the church, please contact Heather Janules at firstname.lastname@example.org All ministers offer pastoral care to our members so you are also encouraged to contact any member of the ministerial team.
|Music Notes From Dr. Henry Sgrecci
February 27 - For Stewardship Sunday the Adult Choir is pleased to welcome the choir from River Road UU Congregation as its special guests. The two choirs will sing together throughout both services.
The music will embrace praise, peace, and the wonderfulness of the new day. Thomas Guthrie's organ prelude prepares us to sing our opening hymn. Hal Hopson's arrangement of "Praise the Lord" from Handel's oratorio "Judas Macabeus" provides a rousing Call to Worship. During the Offertory the massed choirs rekindle the warm harmonies of the King's Singers with "You Are the New Day." In the Anthem we hear "Earth Song," American composer Frank Ticheli's ode to peace; "O war and power, you blind and blur... but music and singing have been my refuge."
We welcome back Thomas Guthrie to the keyboards after his brief convalescence from outpatient surgery.
Concerts at Cedar Lane presents Ysaye Barnwell and her popular "Community Sing" next Saturday, March 5 at 8:00 PM. Bring a friend and plan to arrive early. For more information visit
Click here for the flyer
If you can also bring to the church kitchen a light appetizer or dessert for the reception which follows our event, it will be very much appreciated. Please email the reception coordinator at email@example.com to let her know what you are bringing.
From the Church Administrator
Found, maybe lost?
We have various items accumulating in the office lost and found, sweaters, coats, even keys and jewelry. If you have misplaced anything please come and check out what has been found.
From the Membership Coordinator
Join the Member Services Committee in the Chalice House this Sunday at 12:30 p.m. for Community Hour, a regular discussion time for everyone- visitors to longtime members.
EDUCATION FOR ALL AGES
Susan Archer, Minister of Religious Education
Archene Turner, Coordinator of Senior High Youth Ministry
Gale Ginther Luce and Jeannette Wilson, Administrators
For information and to register for classes and programs
call 301-493-8300 x207 or email RE@cedarlane.org.
Religious Education for Children (RE)
Raising UU Kids: Issues of Death and Loss
This Adult Programs class will be a conversation about helping our children through hard times of loss which can also kindle difficult feelings for us. We will talk about death and other kinds of losses that befall us all, and ways to cope and support one another as families. Saturday, March 5, 10:00 a.m. to noon. No fee, childcare is available for $5. Register through Adult Programs by Tuesday, March 1.
1st Sunday Smart Sacks!
Bring food donations to the RED bins on Sunday, March 6! Suggested items are listed on our website at www.cedarlane.org/rep/FoodWishList.pdf
Family Fun Night
Bingo and refreshments provide a relaxing way to begin your weekend! Friday, March 18. Mark the date. Details coming.
SAVE THE DATE for the All-church Retreat
The All-Church Retreat will again be at Camp Tockwogh, June 10-12. All ages, for fun and friendship. Watch for details to come.
Help Animals Stay Warm and Comfortable this Winter!
The Session II 5th grade Bible class is collecting used towels, blankets, and other items to donate to the county animal shelter. Please bring your donations to Room 4 by Sunday, March 6. The shelter also accepts mattress pads, bathroom rugs, pet beds, comforters, sheets, carpet squares, newspaper, plastic newspaper sleeves, and animal toys, food, and treats.
Blankets for "No One Dies Alone"
Come help make blankets for the ill seniors at Holy Cross Hospital! Help make the blankets on Monday, February 28, from 7-8:30 p.m. The blankets are easy to make and every blanket made will comfort an ill and dying senior. The blankets will be part of the "No One Dies Alone" project at Holy Cross Hospital. If you can attend it's easy to sign up, please e-mail me, Kara Madden, at firstname.lastname@example.org The sessions will be held in Room 12.
Adults and children 11 and older can help. Those who need SSL hours can earn them here. If you can't come but still want to help,we need fleece to make the blankets. If you would like to donate please drop the fleece off in Room 12 inside the box!
Youth Activity Group (YAG)
The Youth Activity Group is open to 7th and 8th graders at Cedar Lane. Watch your email and snail mail for information on events and for permission slips. If you have questions about the group or its activities, contact John Daniel (301-946-5509), Kim Clarkson, or Susan Archer.
Senior High Youth Group
The spring SHYG event calendar was sent by email. While we try to plan ahead, changes in our schedule occur, so please watch your emails for updates.
Sun 3/13 SHAG 12:15 p.m.
Fri 3/18 HangOut 6-10 p.m.
For information about the SHYG (grades 9-12) and the Senior High Activity Group (SHAG-including parents) contact Archene Turner at 301-493-8300 x205, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Young Adults (Ages 18-35)
The UU Young Adults of Maryland (UUYAM) group plans activities for local UU Young Adults. Visit http://groups.google.com/group/uuyam to join the UUYAM e-mail list and view schedule of upcoming events. For resources and information on Joseph Priestly District (JPD) Young Adult events, visit the JPD Young Adult Network at www.jpduuyan.org.
Adult Programs (AP)
Special New Adult Program! Save the Date!
On Sunday, March 27, we are pleased and excited to announce that we have been able to arrange a program with Mr. Nassem Mahdi, National Vice President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, USA. He will be sharing information on Islam and perspectives of the Ahmadiyya Community's advocacy for peace, loyalty to one's country, and clear separation between religion and secular life. It will be an opportunity to expand our interfaith understandings and relationships. Watch the Cedar Lane News and E-news for more details.
Adult Programs Winter/Spring 2011!
Forgot to register? While it is always best to register in advance, sometimes you find yourself with time to take a class you haven't registered for. If this happens, come to the first class, and we'll register you there!
Brochures with class details, cost, and registration cards are located on the counter under the name tags in the sanctuary and on our website. Register in the RE office
Classes beginning soon:
2/26 Retreat for Women, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
2/28 Spirituality Book Group - Join this group for
for its second meeting at 7:30 p.m., in the Chalice House.
3/2 A World of Health -This six week course focuses on human health and how it connects to the health of our planet.
3/3 After Steig Larsson -bring books to trade and
information about the authors!
3/5 Raising UU Kids: Death and Loss (must register by 2/1)- this is part of ongoing conversations, for parents and others who love children, with Rev. Susan. Each session can be taken independently. Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon.
3/5 Mature Job Seekers Workshop - Leader Tracey Stein has eight years experience in corporate staffing and recruitment and has been working in corporate training for the past four years. This all day workshop is a deal! Pledgers $5/ non pledgers $10.
3/7 Meditation - This class offers instruction for
beginners and offers an opportunity for experienced
students to deepen their practice. Ten Monday evenings.
Catching Up with Technology for Beginners - In three sessions: this first one provides an overview of personal computer use, the second looks at social networking, and the third addresses photo sharing. Register for one or all three sessions.
3/9 Global Migration and Consequences for Us-
Can we escape the polarizing sound bytes long enough to have a respectful conversation about immigration? The leaders are Michael Benefiel, who administered the Immigration and Nationality Act of the U.S. as a Vice Consul in Stuttgart, Germany from 1978-1980, and Helen Strang, a Cedar Lane member of the Action In Montgomery Strategy Team. Five Wednesday evenings.
3/11 Gender Identity in Film and Theater, featuring "The Kids are All Right" a 2010 film nominated for numerous awards including four Oscars. As described in a recent review, "this film is a beautifully
Two women, one sperm donor, and two children. We're at the beginning of the world our grandchildren are going to take for granted. But now, we compare and realize that family is by choice or design a place, a state of mind, in which love does or must
told story with a sensational performance by Annette Bening.
flourish." Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Morning Forum
The Sunday Morning Forum meets in the Chalice House on Sundays, 10:10 to 10:55 a.m. Everyone is welcome, no registration required. Coffee is served.
February 27: CLARITY (Cedar Laners Against Racism and Inspired by Togetherness Yes!) presents "A Faithful Conversation about Race" with moderator Jack Welch, the Rev. Heather Janules, and members
of the CLARITY Task Force. Every leader, lay and ordained, in this church is called to be a change agent. We don't have to change everything, just those things that are harmful-the things that keep us from being faithful and growing witnesses in today's world.
March 6: "AIDS in America: A New Challenge." Dr. Richard Havlik will discuss the current picture of AIDS, which has changed dramatically owing to more effective treatment of HIV. By 2015, about half of the known persons in the United States living with HIV will be 50 years or older. Management issues include common age-related diseases and conditions. This change will have an impact on reduced resources as we deal with other growing demands on our health-care system. In 2005, Dr. Havlik retired from the National Institute of Aging (NIA), a part of NIH, and has since been a medical consultant focusing on AIDS research. His work at NIA included directing a comprehensive program of research concerning aging and age- assoociated diseases. His own research has covered a wide range of topics, including cardiovascular disease,cancer, cognitive functioning, dementia and genetic epidemiology.
Connection Circles Want You!
Full descriptions are in the Adult Programs Spring 2011 brochure. Register in the RE office.
Three groups have been cancelled: Making the Most of Retirement, Over the Back Fence, and Living by Heart!
Pick Up America a Great Success!
More than 50 people of all ages, many from the University of Maryland, came to Cedar Lane on February 18, for this special event. These words from one of the organizers, Fuad Balashov, Cedar Laner, currently a freshman at UMD, from the Facebook Wall for this eco-potluck and movie: "Thanks to all of you who came out and made tonight such a great event!" We thank you, Fuad, Natalya, and Davey for all your work and leadership, as well as Mollie Hauck and Charlotte Brewer for their support from the Environmental Task Force, and the Rev. Archene Turner, our Coordinator of Youth Ministry.
March 6, 2011
"This Side of Paradise"
The sermon will consider how we let the little things distract us from what we have to be grateful about.
See descriptions under the Adult Programs section.
Around the Church
Get Your Donation Into the Auction Catalog!
Lyn Peters is busy entering items into the auction catalog, and a preliminary version will soon be posted on the church website. If you have not yet sent in your donation form, please put that responsibility at the very top of your "TO DO" list. We hope you will find something worthwhile to donate this year. If you have questions or just want to chat about a possible donation, email or call Auction Chair Brian Belanger (email@example.com, 301-258-0708). Admission tickets and quilt and 50-50 raffle tickets will be on sale at the auction table in the lounge beginning March 6. We'll need some more volunteers, too, so if you can help the night of the auction, please sign up at our table. Don't bring in your actual donation items, though, until just prior to the auction. Instructions for donation drop off to follow.
Cedar Lane's Got Talent!
You know it's true. So let's put on a show! Saturday evening, May 21, 8 pm, in Cedar Lane's main auditorium, we will have a talent show featuring a wide variety of our talented people singing, playing an instrument, reading poetry, hamming it up in a skit, juggling, standup comedy-bring the talents you have. All kinds of people have talent-young people, old people, beginners and polished professionals-and everyone is welcome, even people who are not members of Cedar Lane.
Let the Music Committee know if you'd like to be in the show; get in touch with Susan Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Leslie Backus (email@example.com), or sign up in the lounge after services, beginning on March 6, and before April 1. Does your talent run more to baking cookies than to belting out a Broadway tune? We'd like your participation, too, because we'll be serving light refreshments. Admission will be free; this is an event to build community and to appreciate the wealth of talent we have. It's going to be fun, and we hope you will be part of it!
The Breakthrough Task Force is pleased to submit our Proposed Final Report entitled Toward Breakthrough: Strategic Plan 2011-2016 for submission to the members of our congregation. To access the report please click here. Comments from Cedar Lane members are due by March 9.
Members' comments should be sent to the BTF Task Force Draft Writers' Subcommittee. The members of the subcommittee are:
Dian Belanger firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate Harrison email@example.com
Harvey Lerner firstname.lastname@example.org
Dawn Steinfeld theSteinfelds@verizon.net
Home addresses are listed in the Cedar Lane Directory.
Following receipt and consideration of member comments, a Final Report will be prepared and transmitted to the congregation by March 24. We recommend that separate votes on the Mission Statement and contents of the Strategic Plan should be taken at our Annual meeting on Sunday, April 10.
Social Justice Council
Paper to Pearls Returns!
New inventory has just come in from the beaders in Uganda! Stop by our table and support our 7G S 2 RE class. Your sales of this unique jewelry also supports not only our class and the beaders but also AMCAV, a center that provides counseling and social reintegration to raped women and their children in Democratic Republic of the Congo. We welcome new and returning customers alike!
From January 8 until mid February, Cedar Lane (via the LGBT Task Force) will be hosting a new Family Diversity Projects photo-text exhibit titled "Pioneering Voices: Portraits of Transgender People". The exhibit includes photographs and interviews with members of the transgender community and some of their partners and children. By challenging some of the damaging myths about this marginalized and often invisible group of people, the exhibit seeks to dismantle the destructive power of prejudice and intolerance, thereby making the world a safer place for all.
Join us to hear UUSC President William F. Schulz testify about the human right to water on Capitol Hill. He will be joined by Catarina de Albuquerque, the U.N. Human Rights Council independent expert on the human right to water and sanitation. This hearing will explore the impact of recent U.N. resolutions declaring that the right to safe drinking water and sanitation is a universal human right - the central issue of UUSC's Environmental Justice Program.
Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission (TLHRC) Hearing:
Realizing the Right to Safe Water and Sanitation
Thursday, March 3, 2011
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
2118 Rayburn HOB
Please join the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission for a hearing on the right to safe water and sanitation. According to the World Health Organization, 884 million people in the world-roughly 1/8 of the global population-do not have access to safe water. Moreover, 2.6 billion people do not have access to adequate sanitation, and 1.4 million children die every year as a result of water-borne diseases.
This hearing will explore the impact of recent UN resolutions declaring the right to safe drinking water and sanitation a universal human right. We will also examine the role of U.S. foreign policy with respect to water issues and prospects for achieving the Millennium Development Goals; the implementation of the Water for the Poor Law; and global challenges facing vulnerable people around the world regarding access to safe water and sanitation.
Sun., March 6th, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
GOOD NUTRITION REVISITED (Second Installment)
The Weston A. Price Foundation approach with Sally Fallon Morell, author of Nourishing Traditions and president of the Weston A. Price Foundation www.westonaprice.org Are animal fats and proteins vital factors in our diets? Ms. Fallon will present reasons why, if Americans are to regain their health and vitality, there must be an emphasis on returning to organic farming, pasture-fed livestock and whole traditional foods, properly prepared. The resulting economy would be based on small scale organic production and food processing, rather than the current large-scale food processing conglomerates.
Where: Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church
RSVP (to help us judge numbers attending): Call Marney at (301) 652-0492 or e-mail email@example.com. Please include your phone number in your message.
Invitation to a Free Screening of "Gasland"
With Discussion to Follow
When: Sat., March 5, 2:30 pm
Where: College Park City Hall, Council Chambers, 2nd floor, 4500 Knox Road, College Park 20740
Sponsors: City of College Park Committee for a Better Environment (CBE), Maryland Sierra Club, and Community Research
Extras: Refreshments served and discussion to follow
Contact: If you plan to attend, please RSVP to Janis Oppelt at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 240-888-6972. For other information, also email or call Janis.
This documentary, "Gasland" (running time: approximately 106 minutes), explores the environmental consequences of hydrofracking, which has spread through our country like wildfire since the Bush-Cheney administration's revision of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Gasland (http://www.gaslandthemovie.com/about-the-film/) calls hydrofracking "one of the country's biggest environmental and public health challenges in history." Following the screening, there will be a discussion with Delegate Heather Mizeur (District 20), lead House sponsor of The Marcellus Shale Safe Drilling Act of 2011 (HB 852 and SB 634), which would regulate drilling for natural gas in Western Maryland. For more on this bill, see http://maryland.sierraclub.org/action/p0319.asp.
Environmental Task Force
Top 10 Common Pet Toxins
Did you know that human medicines and insecticides are the top causes of pet poisonings? In 2010, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) in Urbana, IL, fielded more than 167,000 phone calls about pets exposed to poisonous substances. Here is the list of top toxins:
1. Human medicines
4. Human food (e.g., grapes, raisins, onions, garlic)
5. Veterinary medicines
7. Household toxins (cleaning agents)
8. Plants (e.g., lilies)
10. Outdoor toxins (antifreeze)
Around the Denomination
UUA General Assembly Registration and
Housing Reservations Open March 1
General Assembly 2011 will take place in June 22-26 in Charlotte, North Carolina. If you attended the 1993 GA in Charlotte, you'll be amazed at the transformation of this 18th largest city in the United States. Charlotte is a wonderfully diverse, vibrant city with museums, theaters, great dining, and a new light rail.
General Assembly registration and housing reservations open on March 1.
Financial aid,accessibility services, and children's programs are available.
General Assembly 2011 in Charlotte, North Carolina will mark the 50th anniversary of the merger of the American Unitarian Association and the Universalist Church of America. Join thousands of fellow Unitarian Universalists from across the country as we remember the persons and events that brought into being the Unitarian Universalist Association in May 1961, to reflect on our denomination's relevant achievements and struggles since then, and to chart new aspirations for the future we are determined to shape.
Day of Mindfulness Sat. Feb. 26
The Mindfulness Practice Group of the UUCA invites you to join us for a Day of Mindfulness from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM on Sat. Feb. 26. It will be guided by Jane and Garrett Phelan from the Mindfulness Practice Center of Fairfax at the UU Congregation of Fairfax. Jane is a highly certified yoga instructor, and both Jane and Garrett have been ordained in Thich Nhat Hanh's Order of Interbeing (Vietnamese Zen.) He is the editor of the new periodical Along the Path and has frequently co-taught with Anh-Huong Nguyen.
We cannot overstress how beginner-friendly this Day will be. Jane offers some stretching via very gentle yoga, very back and neck-friendly. No sitting periods will run too long, and some meditation will be done in savasana, lying, posture. The Day will be conducted in Noble Silence and will include gentle yoga, walking meditation, lightly-guided sitting meditation, mindful lunch, guided deep-relaxation, and dharma talk.
Participants should wear comfortable clothing in which they can be on the floor and should bring a vegetarian dish to share with utensils and a yoga mat or blanket for padding. We will have some cushions for sitting on the floor, but it would be nice if people who own them could bring their own. Of course, there will be plenty of chairs. Requested donation is $40, $20 for students/underemployed. No one will be excluded for inability to pay. We do hope that you can register in advance to email@example.com or by calling 410-268-0639 for Bob Ertman or Phyllis Culham so that we know how many seats to include in the circle and in the lunch arrangements. Nonetheless, if you want to come that morning, come. Same e-mail and phone as above for any questions.
The Walt Whitman High School Jazz Combo will perform at River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Bethesda, MD on Saturday, February 26th, 2011. Proceeds from the concert go to the Congregation's College Access Fund, which awards scholarships to deserving minority students in the DC area. The event begins with a Dessert Reception at 6:15 and the concert follows at 7:00 p.m. Adult tickets are $25 ($19 Tax Deductible). Youth ( Ages 13-18) tickets are $10 ($4 Tax Deductible).Family Tickets (1-2 Adults & children) are $50 ( $44 Tax Deductible). Childcare is available with reservation. RRUUC is located at 6301 River Road, Bethesda, MD 20817, 301-229-0400. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or see the website: RRUUC.org.
Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice (UUSJ) will sponsor a program on immigration advocacy on Saturday, February 26 from 8:30am-12:30pm at Mount Vernon Unitarian Church 1909 Windmill Lane Alexandria, VA. The program will open with worship led by our host minister, Rev. Kate Walker and a plenary with the Reverends Nancy McDonald Ladd, Carlton Smith, and Scott Sammler Michael. Workshops will have resources and speakers from programs such as Immigrants First, Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations, Casa de Maryland, Capital Immigrants Rights Coalition (CAIR) and Standing on the Side of Love.
The 2011 Joseph Priestley District Assembly whose theme is Stewards of Faith: Justice Making, Leadership Development, and All-Ages Ministry, which will be held April 9-10, 2011 at the Hilton Harrisburg, in Harrisburg, PA will feature two nationally known keynote speakers: Rev. Dr. Fred Muir, Senior Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis and Rev. Meg Riley, Senior Minister of the Church of the Larger Fellowship, the largest UUA congregation. This year's District Assembly will feature an expanded Bookstore, exhibits from diverse UU organizations, talented musicians from across the JPD region, 26 interactive workshops covering many topics of interest and dynamic worship services tied to this year's theme, as well as District business matters including an election to replace Chuck Wooldridge as district trustee on the UUA Board and a discussion about UUA governance, particularly reducing the size of the UUA Board. Interested congregation members should contact Denominational Affairs Committee Co-chairs Nancy Janssen and Dino Drudi or the Church office by March 1 if they would like to represent Cedar Lane UU Church as delegates.
As the power at the church was out today we were unable to update the calendar for this newsletter. Please follow this link to our calendar .
Sat, February 26
Living by Rhyme and Reason 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Men's Group 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
A Retreat for Women 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Youth Activity Group Movie & Pizza 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Sun, February 27
Attitudes Toward Living 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
"Celebration Sunday" 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Religious Education 9:00 AM - 10:20 AM
Cedar Lane in 6 Minutes 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Coffee Hour 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sunday Morning Forum 10:10 AM - 10:55 AM
"Celebration Sunday" 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Religious Education 11:00 AM - 12:20 PM
Journey Women 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Cedar Lane in 6 Minutes 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
Coffee Hour 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Community Hour 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Sharing Stories, Sharing Hope 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Sara Deshler and Corinne Woodward
Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church