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Week of Dec 5th

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December 5, 2022
December 6, 2022
December 7, 2022
December 8, 2022
December 9, 2022(2 events)

4:00 pm: "Widening the Circle" Study Group

December 9, 2022

WTC was launched in response to the Widening the Circle of Concern Report (2020) to learn how discrimination, especially racism, is embedded in the UUA and by extension UU congregations. Dedicated to promoting diversity at First Unitarian, WTC members seek to learn how to identify and counteract discriminatory structures, ideas, and behavior. The primary focus is to understand the scope of and need for the 8th Principle in the context of the Report’s revelations. To enlarge this effort, we invite new members to join us in planning and participating in various learning opportunities for congregation members and create conditions for a more diverse, welcoming, and beloved community. We meet on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month from 4:00–6:00 pm. Please contact Linda Skye ( for more information or for the Zoom link.

7:00 pm: Bread, Wine, and Book Club

December 9, 2022

We meet the second Friday of each month at 7:00 pm on Zoom. Contact Martha Beyerlein ( for the meeting information.


December 10, 2022
December 11, 2022(2 events)

10:00 am: All YoUUth

December 11, 2022

Join Youth Programs Coordinator Alana Rodriguez each week for our religious education program for 6th-12th grade.

10:00 am: Religious Education for Children

December 11, 2022

Our Rainbow Principles curriculum for 2022–23 will begin September 11 and we’ll start with learning about our chalice. The second and third week we’ll learn about covenant and create our own together. Children will have the opportunity to create their own chalice each week in September.
Class starts at 10:00 am. Each 45-minute class will begin with a song led by one of our UU musicians, and then a chalice lighting and check-in: the Roses and Thorns that are our children’s Joys and Concerns. We’ll read a story together and talk about its meaning. Then we play. A variety of activities are available for children to choose from, and volunteer RE leaders and assistants companion the children, talking, playing, and building relationship. We end at 10:45 so that volunteers and families have the time to go to the service together or get settled on our playground.
Each month, we’ll explore how we live another Unitarian Universalist Principle together. In October, we’ll explore the first Rainbow Principle: Respect the worth and dignity of each person. I hope that you will join our community!