The Prologue
Monday, March 2, 2015
Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington, Indiana

Congregation founded 1949

GLBTQ Welcoming Congregation since 1995

Green Sanctuary since 2007

Seeking the Spirit, Building Community, Changing the World



March 7

Stewards of Children

9:30 a.m.


March 27-28

Intercultural Competency Workshop


April 4

UU Seder


Quick Links

Sunday, March 8, 2015    

9:15 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.

Selma, a Bridge and the Resilient Heart 

The Reverend Douglas Wadkins

We invite you to join us for a very special service honoring the 50 year anniversary of the difficult and life-changing events around and in Selma, Alabama.  While our own Reverend Macklin is taking part in the events that day in Selma, Reverend Wadkins will lead our community here in reconnecting with those powerful stories.  May the past live in us again and carry us forward with renewed passion for justice.   

Sunday, March 15, 2015    

9:15 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.

The Hidden Oasis

The Reverend Douglas Wadkins


Life can ask a lot of us and send more than a few curve balls our way. We need resources and practices in our lives to help us recharge and regroup.  This service will honor our inner resilience and explore some of the ways we can connect with our deeper strengths and flexibility in our daily lives. 

MAM's Musings

            JOY! As I said in the pulpit last Sunday, it was a delight to have Jim Key, the Moderator of the Unitarian Universalist Association, visit us last weekend.  Although he arrived without boots to a snowy landscape, he weathered his time with us well, visiting with members, friends, staff and leaders of the congregation.   I appreciated Jim's powerful story about how he arrived to Unitarian Universalism and his call to us as liberal religious seekers to pursue generative thinking as we go forward. 

            SORROW!  As I said in the pulpit this Sunday, it may be illogical for me to mourn a fictional character, but alas, my/our beloved Spock, of Star Trek fame, died last week.  Well, in reality the beloved actor Leonard Nimoy died, may he rest in peace.  



For me, Spock represented that imperative rational side of our Unitarian heritage while Kirk represented the heart of Universalism.   Star Trek itself, through the creative genius of Gene Roddenberry (a cousin of Ledford Carter, a late member of our congregation) used the setting of outer space to tackle controversial issues of the time in a manner that flew under the radar of television sensors.  The first interracial kiss on television occurred on Star Trek. 

           There also was that Vulcan hand symbol for Live Long and Prosper.   Leonard Nimoy would later reveal that this hand signal came from his Jewish heritage.  As a recent article stated, "As a curious young boy at synagogue, Nimoy recalled peeking from under his father's talit as the priests blessed the congregation. He described what he saw as "magical."  Years later, while filming an episode of Star Trek, the first with other Vulcans, he suggested a special greeting--and it stuck. "It's great," he said, "people don't realise they're blessing each other."

           See this video to hear Nimoy describe the origin of the Vulcan hand blessing 


May you all be blessed!

Live Long and Prosper!


The Reverend Mary Ann Macklin

Senior Minister



Youth Program Update

           It has been a busy time in our youth programs recently.

           The high school youth spent much of January and February planning the Youth Sunday service.  Like so many members of the congregation, I was moved and uplifted by their storytelling, thoughtful remarks, and original musical offerings.  In early February, the ninth graders and their mentors also began working on credo writing and made chalices together as part of their nine-month Coming of Age program.  

            Meanwhile, the middle school youth are just completing their last month of Our Whole Lives, a sexuality education program for youth that models and teaches caring, compassion, respect, and justice.  Their wonderful teachers, Eve and Sam Cusack and Connie and Guy Loftman, along with many guests, have provided an abundance of useful and thought-provoking information over 20+ weeks.  The middle schoolers also invited middle schoolers from around the region to a mini-conference hosted here at UUCB this past Friday, and really enjoyed meeting fellow UUs of their own age.  

            Some of our youth have an exciting upcoming plan to travel to Washington D.C. over spring break.  They are going with fellow members of ICEY (Interfaith Community of Environmentalist Youth) from other local congregations to attend an advocacy training on climate change run by the Friends Committee on National Legislation.  They look forward to using this training to lobby our senators and Congressional representative or their staff while they are in D.C., and to sharing what they have learned when they return to Bloomington.

             Yesterday, we had a thoughtful meeting addressing the sources of our youth programming after Reverend Mary Ann Macklin's sermon calling us to resilience in the face of prejudice and injustice.  It was a privilege to be in a room with people sharing with such honesty and integrity.  Many thanks to so many of you for braving the snow to come share thoughts, concerns, and hopes regarding future plans for our youth.  The ContinUUing Connections group and Youth Committee will be reflecting upon what was shared and continue to welcome further thoughts if you were unable to attend or have more you would like to share.


With warm regards, and hopes for springtime's arrival,




The Reverend Emily Manvel Leite

Minister of Religious Education  


Stewards of Children, Saturday, March 7th, 9:30am-12:30pm
Susie's Place will be offering an empowering workshop to help us to understand what we as a community can do to recognize and prevent child sexual abuse. Learn more by visiting  Register by contacting the office,, 812-332-3695, ext 204.

Intercultural Competency: 

Who Are Our Neighbors? 

Workshop March 27 & 28

Registration Now Open

Friday 6:30 - 9:00 pm

Saturday 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
at UU Church of Bloomington IN
$15 registration includes snacks, Saturday breakfast & lunch 

     Facilitated by the Rev. Dr. Lisa Presley, Congregational Life Consultant for the UU Mid-America Region, and the Rev. Adam Robersmith
     During this workshop, you will learn about the Development Model of Intercultural Sensitivity. This model proposes that we have the ability to learn how to be more interculturally competent - that we go through stages of ability and attitudes, and that we have the ability to increase our abilities. It provides tools for learning in order to advance our competency. The model is about the "differences that make a difference" in every setting--whether that be race, class, culture, gender, sexual orientation, or any other difference that might be key in our interactions. 

     Space is limited for this workshop, and the registration deadline is March 20. Register and get details here.  

UU Seder, Saturday, April 4

The UU Seder will be held  Saturday April 4 at 6:00 p.m. This meal and retelling of the Exodus story will be led by Reverend Emily Manvel Leite. The meal will be traditional, but not Kosher. Omnivore, vegetarian and vegan choices will be available. A planning meeting for the Seder will be held soon. Please come help us plan the ceremony and menu for this Seder meal. Contact Ruellen Fessenbecker for questions:  or call 812-837-9550.


Our Folks...

   Scott Russell Sanders's work will be featured in Wilderness Ballads, a musical benefit for the Brown County Literacy Coalition, on March 8 at 4:00 pm in the Brown County High School Auditorium. 

   Voces Novae, Sue Swaney's other choir, will present a concert here in our Meeting Room at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 8, entitled "Whaddya Know?" Ticket info at 



Seeking The Spirit
Volunteering in the Religious Education Program
The possibilities are endless, we need volunteers for Fourth Friday Fellowships, teacher breakfasts, ice cream social, and much more!  Visit sign up genius and find a one time opportunity that is right for you!

--Adrienne Summerlot, Director of Religious Education  

UU Summer Camp July 5-11, 2015

    Consider joining fellow UUs this summer in the Missouri Ozarks at the annual Midwest Unitarian Universalist Summer Assembly (MUUSA). The weeklong camp offers many workshops and activities for families, couples, and singles of all ages. This year Reverend Doctor Tony Larsen will lead the daily Morning Celebration service on this year's theme: "Can We Talk?"

     Come gather in the beautiful forests and rolling hills of the Missouri Ozarks at YMCA Trout Lodge, where you can connect with old friends, make new ones, and participate in a wide variety of activities. Get all the details at 

Exploring Unitarian Universalism Class Meets Sundays, 

April 12 and 19, 2015

Are you interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and this congregation?  Whether you are considering membership or are just curious, this class is for you.  The Exploring UU Class will be held on Sunday, April 12 and Sunday, April 19 from 2-4 p.m. in the Ralph and Annetta Fuchs Library.  Sign up by Sunday, April 5 at the welcome table in the foyer, or by emailing Childcare is available by prior request.


NEW! OPTIONAL-- Exploring UU History,  a third class in this series for those wanting more details on UU History. Sunday April 26th, 2:00-3:00 pm. Led by Stuart Yoak.  Exploring UU History is open to anyone in the congregation.  Free child care is provided.  For more information contact Judy Bennett,   


Monday Shambhala Meditation is Every Monday at Noon 

Join us at 12 noon every Monday in the Fellowship Hall (easier to heat in the wintertime) for an hour of Shambhala Meditation, walking meditation, and Shamatha yoga with Sarah Flint. Please bring your own cushion if you have one; sitting in one of the Meeting Room chairs is also fine.




Our Congregational Themes for 2014-15


January:     Integrity                May:    Tradition

February:   Faith                     June:   Grace

March:       Resilience               

April:           Revelation    


How does Resilience help you Seek the Spirit, Build Community, and Change the World?  
Building Community

Play Your Part -- 

a Testimonial by Abby Downey


    I moved to Bloomington with my husband, Jim, after retirement eight years ago. Feeling disconnected from the community, I searched for ways to be involved.  Having never belonged to a church, that avenue was not immediately apparent to me.  However, I did play tennis!  And you know where the IU tennis center is located.  

    Week after week, I drove past that unusual structure perched on the hill across the street and wondered. "What is a Unitarian-Universalist?"  So, one day, all sweaty  and drippy with tennis racquet in hand, I stopped and rang the bell.  Judy Bennett opened the door and took the time to show me around.  But mostly, she graciously answered questions.  I ask lots of questions!  Her answers were to my liking, so we gave these UU's a try the very next Sunday.  

    I do not even remember the message that first Sunday, but it was delivered by Mary Ann and it moved me to tears. When she ended the pastoral moment with "Blessed Be, Amen, Shalom, Salaam",  I knew I had found my community.  In addition, Theodore Barker moved me to laughter!!!  Laughter and tears all in the same service!  How cool is that?

     My favorite church activity is the Ramadan/Iftaar celebration held in conjunction the local mosque.  It is such a special opportunity to meet and greet Muslims from around the world.  Those beautiful, happy faces are in such stark contrast to the evening news broadcasts.  As I watch the evening news, a habit I should discontinue, I find myself thinking, "If the message of universal love and acceptance found at the door of our church could be sprinkled lightly around the world, the news broadcast would be dedicated to the weather, of course, and happy puppies gleefully greeting their masters." 

    At the end of the most recent Ramadan/Iftaar  dinner, a man approached me and introduced himself saying he was a visiting professor from Egypt.  He said, and I quote precisely, "Thank you so much for this evening.  When I go back to Egypt in five months, I am going to tell everyone about these Unitarians.  Why have I never heard of you all before?"  He grinned broadly and shook my hand!  

     For all of these beautiful experiences, Jim and I pledge to support this liberal, religious community.

Women's Alliance Thursday, March 5 - Program on Girls, Inc.

Join us for our March 5 Women's Alliance meeting featuring a presentation on Girls, Inc.  Their mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold through programs and activities on self-reliance, life skills,  leadership, sports and health.  We socialize at 11:30 Thursday, March 5, in  Fellowship Hall with a brown bag lunch with desserts and beverages provided by hosts Linda Pickle and Doris Wittenburg, followed by our program and a short business meeting.


UU Children's Choir Returns - Rehearse March 8

 Any Kg-6th grade singers welcome!


March 8, Rehearse 10:30-11am, Room 212

(No rehearsal March 15)

March 22, Rehearse 10:30-11am, Room 212

March 22 Spring Equinox Service, 6:15pm: (Sing in service)

Questions or info about future schedule:


Parent Talk - Parents of Adult Children Meets March 8

Parent Talk meets to discuss the challenges of parenting our adult children.  Topics include keeping in touch, job and education difficulties, sibling issues.  We often relate our discussion to the monthly ministry theme.  This group is open to all parents of adult children. Please join us on the second Sundays of odd numbered months at 12:30 p.m. at the church,  in Room 207B. Next meeting is March 8.  Info:  Ruellen Fessenbecker or 812-837-9550  

Board meeting on March 11

The Board meeting in February, normally on the third Wednesday, will be on Wednesday, March 11 at 7:00pm in the Library. As always, it is open to anyone who would like to attend.

Greetings From the Leadership Cultivation Committee!

     A key task for the Leadership Cultivation Committee (LCC) each year is to provide a slate of candidates at the Spring Congregational Meeting to fill vacancies on the Board of Directors, Special Purposes Fund Committee, and Leadership Cultivation Committee. We work all year to cultivate leaders and form this slate to ensure they are both qualified and represent good representation of the congregation. 

     This year we have the following members reaching the end of their current elected terms: Von Welch, Board Vice President; Arzetta Hults-Losensky, Board Treasurer; Doug Cauble and Deb Hutton, Board Directors At-Large; Joanne Wilhelm, Special Purpose Funds Committee; and Allison Chopra, Leadership Cultivation Committee. With the exception of Allison on the Leadership Cultivation Committee, these incumbents are all eligible and able to serve again. Given our congregation's current state of transition, we on the LCC believe our congregation is best served by re-electing these incumbents, leaving just the LCC position to be filled. A job description for the LCC can be found at .

     Read more here.


Goods and Services Auction Sunday, May 17 -- 

Save the Date! 

Our UU Annual Goods and Services Auction will be Sunday, May 17. Save the Date! Join us for a modestly priced lunch after 2nd service on May 17th and stay for the live auction called by our own Darrell Breeden; registration begins at 1:30 and bidding starts at 2:00! Don't miss this lively and entertaining congregational fundraiser! Contact Martha Foster or Earon Davis for more info. Childcare provided during the auction.  

Small Time Investment, Big Impact

If you have some time on the occasional Friday afternoon from 2:15 to 3:15 p.m., we would love to have help here in the office, with getting our order of service assembled for Sunday. Here's a groovy google doc where you can sign up for a couple of Fridays. Questions? Call Monica Overman at 812-332-3695, ext. 204.


Hospitality for Those with Allergies

As a courtesy to our friends and members who have allergies to fragrances, we are designating the west section of the Meeting Room (next to the sliding glass doors and tall narrow windows) as Fragrance Free. Please do not sit there if you have used any fragrances.  Anyone else is welcome to sit in this area.  Thank you for your consideration. 

UUs Who Can Provide a Variety of Professional Services - 

List and Waiver Form Now Available

The Elder Focus Task Force has compiled a list of Unitarian Universalists who are available for hire for a variety of tasks including Pet Sitting, Home Healthcare, Organizational Skills, Carpentry, Counseling, Sewing Machine repair, Building Construction. The list and the liability waiver form are posted here: 

UUs for Hire and Liability Waiver

Changing the World

Save the Date: Saturday, April 11!

Spring Building and Grounds Workday 

     We'll be working on caring for existing plantings and beds, expanding plantings around the base of trees, creating a veggie garden for R.E. programs, and having lots of fun! If you have extra bulbs, corms or tubers to share, we'd love to include them in the planting spaces: gladiolas, iris, dahlias, daylilies, hostas, bleeding hearts, or other perennials are all welcome. Please contact Rhonda Baird, to let us know you are coming or if you have questions. 


Help with the Monroe County Energy Challenge

    Please spread the word among your friends and neighbors about the Monroe County Energy Challenge! (Our community's entry for the $5 million Georgetown University Energy Prize.) We have adapted the Task of the Month, originally developed for Earth Care by UUCB member Stephanie Kimball, for community-wide use. And thanks to some grants and donations, the Energy Challenge has resources to help those who haven't been able to accomplish tasks in the past. 

    The March Task of the Month is to find and seal air leaks in your home. The information sheet can be downloaded from the Energy Challenge website: 

Need help with some of these tasks?  More info here.

Rainbow Rights Task Force on Religious Freedom Bills

There are two religious freedom based bills which remain active this legislative session.  Both of these bills passed the senate and are moving to the house.  If passed, Gov. Pence will almost surely sign them into law.  Please contact your representative and tell them your thoughts regarding these legislative efforts. 

                SB 101 Religious Freedom Restoration


                SB 127 Religious Exemption



       Click here for summaries of the content of these bills.

       The definition of "exercise of religion" in SB 101 is extremely broad.  Thus, almost any assertion could stand.  The reason this bill targets LGB and to a slightly lesser extent T people is that sexual orientation is not a protected class like race, gender, ethnicity, national origin and religion. 

       Passing SB 127 could result in a single person getting fired if she becomes pregnant.  A person could be fired for getting married to a same sex person.  A person could get fired for getting a divorce.  A person could get fired for doing something that is legal but in contradiction to the tenants of the religious organization.  Doesn't this go too far?  --Phil Cooper, Rainbow Rights Task Force

25% Sunday Non-Pledge Plate Recipient for 2015-16

Social Justice Funds Committee Invites Nominations Starting March 1

     The application form for nominating our next local non-profit agency to receive 25% of Sunday non-pledge plate collections (July 2015-June 2016) will be available March 1. The application deadline will be April 1st. The Social Justice Funds Committee will choose three nominee finalists for the congregation to vote on at the spring congregational meeting on June 7th. Our contributions to the current recipient, Susie's Place, total $4,897 in the first two fiscal quarters (with 2 more quarters to go!) The total donated to the Circles Initiative, last year's recipient, was $10,277! Which local non-profit agency should be our next recipient?

      Those who submit applications must be able to meet the following obligations: (1) contact the agency you support to gather the information necessary to complete the application. If among the finalists chosen you will need to (2) provide 200 word written information on the agency to be published in the Prologue; (3) arrange for written materials to be available at the church throughout May, and (4) give a brief 3-minute presentation during both services on Sunday, June 7th, including an overview of the organization and an explanation of how the funds will be spent. The agency will also be tabling between services on June 7th.

     Watch for further information from the Social Justice Funds Committee. Contact Millie Jackson, SJFC Chair, at with any questions.

     The Social Justice Funds Committee: Jana Anna, Anna Beauchamp, Millie Jackson, Steve Mascari and Ellen Tamura. Co-Advisors: Jackie Hall and the Reverend Douglas Wadkins.  

Macaroni for Shalom!

Our congregation has been supplying Shalom Center with elbow macaroni and spaghetti for the past couple of years and this need continues. Please pick up a box or two of each the next time you grocery shop and place them in the drop box in the Commons. Thank you for helping to feed our hungry neighbors!   

Pregnancy Options Workshop March 23

Backline will be facilitating a 2 hour Pregnancy Options Workshop on Monday March 23rd from 530pm-730pm here in our Fellowship Hall. The workshop is free but registration is required.  People can sign up here Pregnancy Options Workshop and this link is publicly sharable on FB, twitter and email. Light refreshments are being generously provided by the UU Reproductive Justice Task Force. Read more here.

Women Build for Habitat is May 15

     We are again recruiting for a 35-member Women Build team to build on Friday, May 15. Any woman is welcome to join who can donate or fund-raise at least $250. If you can't build, you can donate to help sponsor a woman. Contact Barb Berggoetz, at The community-wide Women Build constructs two homes and contributes funds to Habitat in El Salvador.
     To provide financial support for women, the task force is sponsoring a Women Build fundraising Breakfast on Easter
 Sunday, April 5.  We can use baked goods donations. Contact Barb or Connie Nelson-Laird at
      The task force also plans to contribute $8,750 to sponsor one day of a build in Aug/Sept. We need 25 people to build (no cost to participate). Contact Barb or Connie.
     Over the holidays, we gave $2,000 for "wish list" items for Habitat and the ReStore. Funds purchased a portable house heater, a generator and ladder for Habitat, and many tools and supplies for the ReStore. Photo shows the ReStore 
shopping spree at Lowe's with Marci Becker, Habitat construction manager (back), and Nick Wheeler (left) from the ReStore, and a Lowe's employee.

      To broaden our housing outreach, we are paying for and supplying workers to help build accessible outdoor stairs for an elderly person in Monroe County, through the Area 10 Council on Aging. A $500 UU social justice grant and $300 in task force funds are supporting this project and another one in the future.
--Barb Berggoetz  


Doug Cauble Nominated for MidAmerica Board

Doug Cauble, a member of our Board of Directors who also serves on the MidAmerica UU Regional Board of Directors, has been nominated to serve a three-year term on the Region's board, from 2015-2018. Thanks, Doug, for all your good work for Unitarian Universalism, both here and in our region. 

News from Denominational Affairs

    Rev. Andy Burnette, one of our former sabbatical ministers, has been elected to the UUA Board of Directors.  He was a regular guest in our pulpit on his journey to becoming a fellowshipped UU Minister.  He will represent us and our  region well.

    Delegates to the MIDAMERICA REGIONAL meetings are Julie Cauble, Jackie Hall, Amy Taylor, and Iris Kiesling.  There is room for more delegates to the MidAmerica

conference be held in Naperville, Illinois, April 17 -19.  Our own board member,

Doug Cauble, is vice president of the organization. Early bird registration ends

March 15.

Special rates for hotel.  Please consider being a delegate.  We need your voice.  Please let Iris Kiesling know if you are interested in being a delegate.

    UUA General Assembly is in Portland, Oregon, June 24-28.  Delegates are needed.  Please see the current issue of the UU WORLD for interesting articles. Keynote speaker will be Dr. Cornel West.  UUA provides some financial aide. Go to to learn more about scholarship and volunteer opportunities

(work in exchange for registration.)  This is time sensitive.

    Our congregation provides some financial asistance to those delegates attending these meetings.  Please see Iris Kiesling.


UU Humanist Discussion Group Meets on Alternating Sundays

Our Humanist Discussion group meets on alternating Sundays at 12:45 p.m. upstairs in

Room 210. This group offers an opportunity for regular, open, wide-ranging discussions of issues relating to morality and ethics, human development, and the nature of the universe. The next meeting is on Sunday, March 15; the topic is "The Inequities of the Criminal System" and will be led by Betty Wagoner.

UU Freethinkers Group Enjoys Free Ranging Discussion 

The purpose of the UU Freethinkers bi-weekly meeting, Sundays at 12:45 p.m. in Room 210, alternating with the UU Humanist Forum, is to create the opportunity for participants to raise questions and engage in open and non-structured discussion of issues of social concern, political concern, and theological/religious concern. The UU Freethinkers next meeting is on Sunday, March 8. Info, contact John Crosby.   

Community Connections

Our Faith in Action in the Community


Alzheimer's Association Workshop Friday, April 24

The Alzheimer's Association will present a workshop at Ivy Tech on Friday, April 24 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon in Lamkins Hall. Registration is required; call 800-272-3900 to register and see more info on our bulletin board or 


Contact a Minister

     Reverend Mary Ann Macklin, our Senior Minister, can be reached at 812-332-3695, ext. 201 on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, or For pastoral emergencies, please call her mobile, 812-322-0205


    Reverend Doug Wadkins, our Interim Minister, can be reached at 812-332-3695, ext. 207 on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, or email For pastoral emergencies, please call his home study number, 812-369-4179.



Reverend Emily Manvel Leite, our Minister of Religious Education, can be reached at 812-332-3695, ext. 203 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, or email For pastoral emergencies, please call her at home, 812-333-9822.

    All ministers have voicemail on their numbers so that you can leave a private message.  






Who to Call about Building Problems

If you notice a problem with the building, please contact Carol Marks, Church Administrator,, 812-332-3695, ext. 200, and she will contact the experts to get it taken care of.

Attendance and Membership

Current Membership: 474    Certified Membership as of 2/1/2015: 468


Sunday, February 22       9:15: 101;                          11:15: 156;    RE: 101            Total:  358

Sunday, March 1            9:15:   canceled-snow;         11:15: 65;       RE: NA            Total:  65

Non-Pledge Offering

2/22 - $444.01;  3/1- $144.00;        Total to be donated to Susie's Place - $147.00

Grocery Card Sales

February 22    $600.00, income to UUCB $30.00  

Livestreaming of Sunday Services is Back -- HOORAY!
Livestreaming the Sunday Services Link:
Still working on getting the archives posted. When they are available they will be at the link listed above.
--Andy Beargie, Multi-media Specialist,

Limiting Doors Unlocked for Evening Meetings and Events 

Unless your event or meeting is being held in the Meeting Room, for evening meetings please unlock and use courtyard or portico entrances only. This helps us with building security.  Questions, contact Carol Marks, Church Administrator,, 812-332-3695, ext. 200 

Calendar of all our congregational events can be found at 

Click on "Full Calendar" and then on the date you are interested in. You can also search for a specific event! Our facebook page also has scads of useful information:  It's open to all and you don't need a Facebook account to read it.

Next issue, Monday, March 16. 

Deadline for articles about congregational events and projects is 10 a.m. on 3/16/2015, to  The Prologue is published on the first and third Mondays of each month, with exceptions. Next few publication dates: 3/16, 4/6, 4/20, 5/4, 5/18, 6/1, 6/16.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington, 2120 N. Fee Lane, Bloomington IN 47408, 812-332-3695