Saturday, March 25, 8:30am to 1:00pm, Church-wide
UU Wellesley's Annual RUMMAGE Sale
Read more about it HERE
Sunday, March 26, during Social Hour
Sale of Equal Exchange products
Proceeds benefit UU Wellesley's youth programming and activities. Please consider making UU Wellesley your fair trade coffee and treats vendor. You will be supporting our youth along with perpetuating fair trade practices.
Wednesdays at 6:00pm in the Chapel
Please join Rev. Gabriele Ganswindt and Karen Quigley for a time to center and renew in silence, reflection, and community. Guided and silent meditation will be offered along with an opportunity to voice a prayer of joy or concern. Each week a brief reading will be offered for silent reflection (Lectio Divina). If you arrive late, please join quietly as you take your seat in meditation. We will have our next session on March 29 at 6 pm. If you are interested in helping to lead a Centering on occasion or otherwise would like to support this new worship offering, please contact Karen HERE.
coming in April
Sunday, April 2, 12:00pm in the Chapel
Book Discussion: "Born on Third Base" by Chuck Collins
UU Wellesley is joining with other local churches and organizations in welcoming Chuck Collins, the author of "Born On Third Base; A One Percenter Makes the Case for Tackling Inequality, Bringing Wealth Home, and Committing to the Common Good."
As part of the Community Reads program, UU Wellesley will hold a discussion about the book on Sunday, April 2 following worship. A few days later, a town-wide event will feature a discussion with the author. Since this book proposes reforms consistent with UU principles to address the economic inequality problems in our culture, it is important that UU Wellesley be well-represented. The discussion with the author will take place at the Wellesley Community Center on Thursday, April 6 at 7:00pm.
Sunday, April 2, 7:00pm in Rice House Living Room
Crafts & Conversation
In the past, crafts have included quilting, weaving, knitting, mending, and coloring mandala books. If you don't have a specific craft, do you have a button that needs sewing, or do you just want to clean out your purse, or address envelopes in the company of others? No craft or project is necessary--just come and enjoy the company of others.
Saturday, April 8, 8:00am in Parish Hall
The next Men’s Breakfast will be Saturday, April 8 at 8am in the Parish Hall. A hot breakfast will be followed by a short talk by Eric Pierce entitled, “Tools: 5 cool tools you may not know you needed." This talk will be just in time to make suggestions for Father’s Day. If you plan to attend, please contact Wayne HERE so we can make sure that we prepare enough food.
Sunday, April 23, 12:00pm in the Sanctuary
"What's with Worship?"
For reasons that would be a mystery to no one, I find myself reading articles entitled "50 Proven Ways To Add Years to Your Life." A recent AARP article suggests that attending a worship service once a week can add between 4 and 14 years to your life. But what makes it "worship"? What or who do you worship? How does our sanctuary contribute or detract from the worship experience? Is worship for you more "subjective" or more "objective"? If worship has little or no meaning for you, come and tell us what's missing. Who knows; you might get the hour back in added life expectancy!
Saturday, April 29, 7:00pm in congregation members' homes
Small Group Dinners
Please plan to participate! The last two Group Dinners were attended by more than 60 people each. And remember, if you have young children and would love a night out, we’d be happy to reimburse your child care expenses. Sign up HERE.