For more information on meeting times and group membership visit In Fellowship.
Barbara Hanson, Coordinator
The bridge group meets the third Saturday of every month from 1-3 p.m. We are always looking for new players! Beginner to expert, all are welcome. If you are interested, please contact Barbara Hanson (firstname.lastname@example.org). Come join the fun!
Evening Book Club
Joyce McMartin, Coordinator
The Evening Book Group meets the third Tuesday of every month in the Fireside at 7PM. The only requirement is that you read, or attempt to read, the monthly selection. Feel free to come any or all the months. We welcome newcomers! Questions? Call Joyce McMartin at 952-942-7143 or email at email@example.com.
Bill McMartin, Coordinator
All men and WOMEN of the fellowship are invited to attend. Sign up in the basement if you wish to come for the dinner at 6:15. If you only want to hear the speaker come at 7:00. Questions contact John Peloquin or Bill Mc Martin
Jerry Gilliand, Coordinator
The Men's Poker Group is a low-stakes poker group that is currently welcoming men who would like to be called to substitute or who have a large enough group (5) to form a second table.
Kathy Eager, Coordinator
Regularly meets the 4th Saturday of the month.
Sewers, knitters, crafters, bring your projects and yourselves. We are a "loose knit" group of UUs who love to sew and knit, No agenda, just fun.. We all work on our individual projects and help each other. With a few hundred years of combined experience, we get all the stitching problems figured out.
Come to learn: yes, we can teach you how to sew and knit. Come to be inspired: and finish any projects you have lying about. Come to chat: the conversations are sparkling.
Contact Kathy Eager for more info or just show up.
Women's Book Group
Karen Wolf, Book Club Coordinator
Delores Roeder, Brenda Daly, Co-Chairs
Religion, Ethics, and Ideas
John Peloquin, Coordinator
Books That Shaped America
Religion, Ethics and Ideas will meet at 9:15 on Sunday, September 16 in the Fireside room. Recently the Library of Congress released a list of 88 books that “shaped” America. We will discuss that list and potential additions and deletions to the list. A link to the list and information about it can be found at the following site: http://www.loc.gov/bookfest/books-that-shaped-america/. Bring your ideas, all are invited to attend. Questions contact John Peloquin.
Creative Writing Group
Rev. David Breeden, Facilitator
First and Third Wednesdays of the month 2011-2012, 10:00 AM
We welcome all men and women in the fellowship who enjoy writing, whether stories, poems, memoir or essays. Bring a piece of your written work to the meeting or not. Beginning writers and those more experienced learn from others and receive support and encouragement. We are not always profound but we always have fun.
If you have always wanted to write this could be your motivator. If you do write but would like an audience you will find eager ears to listen. Feel free to come when you can.
New people are always welcome so feel free to come even if you have never been there before. You can come and listen and you do not need to share.