Monthly Archives: August 2017
by Doug T.
The Design Committee appreciates any constructive input for our new sacred space.
Religious Education Classes this week, October 8 All classes will begin with introductions this Sunday. The school year Religious Education program will include the following classes: Pre-Kindergarten: Celebrating Me and My World. This Unitarian Universalist curriculum is for preschoolers. It begins by celebrating the wondrous qualities of children themselves and extends outwards to the things … Continued
It’s August and it is rainy. The good news is that the hurricane went offshore, though it brought with it lots of hot, yecchy weather. August is a good month to enjoy Air Conditioning — invented in 1902 by Willis Carrier… and not common when our UCN building was constructed. The invention was, according to … Continued
by Doug T.
Part II: “Genealogy 101.”
“We Cannot Have the Extraordinary Without The Ordinary” – P. L. Travers This has been a very long work week for me, though I have not been at UCN. Susie Gullixson, Brian Brennan and I, along with eight other members of the Coastal Virginia UU’s have just completed a “Leadership Experience” in central Virginia. The five-night residential … Continued
The Parable of the Basketballs In southern Illinois the attitude is very midwest, but the weather is not. In one of its small towns there was a street, a street with families living along it. A street with a turn-around at the end. A street with a basketball hoop. Once the summer heat had ended, … Continued