UUCOV Book Club
The Book Club will meets in the sanctuary this month on Thursday at 1:30 to discuss one of this year’s two communal reads, ‘Daring Democracy’ by Frances Moore Lappe and Adam Eichen. You will be able to check out one of the copies being purchased by UUCOV. (See article above)
The Mindfulness Meditation group meets Wednesdays in Waters Hall A, 6-7:30pm. Julie Jons will facilitate in February. After a short reading and discussion, followed by gentle stretches, Julie will guide the group in silent meditation; all meditators (beginning and experienced) are welcome. If you have any questions, contact Julie 402-708-6508
Plato's Circle will meet Wednesday, February 7th, 1-3pm at Waters Hall. After a brief Ted Talk by Paul Piff asking, “does money make you mean?” to present one facet of the “Money Paradox’: how money motivates, tricks, satisfies and disappoints us” we will talk about this paradox and our observations and feelings regarding this and other conflicting ideas regarding money.
Sleeping Mats for the Homeless
Meet in Waters Hall on Saturdays, 10:00 am-12:00 pm. We need all types of workers: bag cutters, plarn (plastic yarn) makers, and especially crocheters! There is on-the-job training!!! Contact Judy Heipel 813-924-3387
Socrates Cafe are gatherings around the world where people from different backgrounds get together and exchange thoughtful ideas and experiences while embracing the central theme of Socratizing, the idea that we learn more when we question and question with others. Beginning in December, our Café will meet every third Wednesday of the month in Waters Hall at 1pm,. Spread the word that the general public is welcome and invited.
This group meets with Marianne Lombard each Saturday through April, 10:30-12:00 at Pinebrook Preserve, 1251 Pinebrook Rd. Park at the tennis courts. Our walks, with awareness, will include light exercises (breathing, posture, stretching). Donations to UUCOV are welcome. If you hsve questions, contact Marianne or 941-485-5270.
Writer’s Support Group
Share your writing - poetry or prose - fiction or your own life journey - in a supportive environment of fellow writers on the 1st and 3rd Mondays, 1-3pm, Waters Hall A. Questions? Call Sylvia Hancock at 360-460-8593.