Weekly e-nUUs, June 27, 2012

 

Melissa will be out of town through June 30, 2012.  I will be on vacation visiting my family in Phoenix, if you have an urgent concern that week that  cannot wait until I return, please contact Karen Lapidus on her cell phone (which is listed in the directory).

 

Sunday, July 1           Living and Loving After Sexual Trauma

Led by:  Deb Biggins and Worship Associate Eric van Baars – Living and loving after sexual trauma can be accomplished with lots of support, counseling and love. It is one of the most difficult experiences to admit and discuss.  While you may never “get over” it, you can learn to deal with it and pack it away in the deepest recesses of your mind and move forward with your life. This service will focus on the journey of finding a voice, speaking out about the trauma and  learning to no longer be a victim, but a survivor.

 

Summer RE will be offered at 10:30 during the month of July

Our program for this summer, is “Stories that Inspire”, an all-ages, story-based program that will happen in Fessenden Hall.   Nursery care will be available.

There will be no Time for All Ages during the worship services over the summer, so children should be dropped off and picked up in Fessenden Hall.

This Sunday’s story and session on “The Lorax”, by Dr. Seuss, will be co-led by Kathy and Alan Kerns.

 

Paleolithic Caves: Movie and Presentation by Art Historian Heidrun Hultgren

Sunday, July 1 at 12:30 pm in Fessenden Hall

Presentation to highlight three Paleolithic Caves:  Altamira, Lascaux and Chauvet

Followed by the movie: Cave of Forgotten Dreams

A free will offering will be gratefully accepted to benefit the Unitarian Universalist Church of Kent

 

Out to Lunch Bunch

China City will be closed for vacation this Sunday, July 1.  Some of us will be going to Panera’s, 4338 Kent Rd. in Stow.  As the 10:30 service ends about 11:30 and is followed by coffee hour, we will aim to head over to Panera’s about 12:15.

For the rest of July when we have 10:30 services, we will plan to go to China City after coffee hour at 12:15. For the eager beavers it should be mentioned that China City does not open till 12 noon on Sundays.

 

Summertime = Hungry Time

We need donations for Kent social Services food programs.

Children are home from school with no breakfast or lunch programs; summer feeding initiatives reach only 10% of eligible children.

PLEASE bring in some child friendly food items – jelly & PB, mac n’ cheese mix, cereal, crackers, healthy snacks, canned pasta, dry pasta shapes & spaghetti sauce, canned fruit, 100% fruit juice, pudding cups, and gelatin mix.

Drop your items and brown paper grocery bags in the lower level closet next to the elevator . . . I’ll do the rest and get it where it needs to go. Acme gift cards are also welcome . . . please donate at the Acme Bucks table during coffee hour.

Thank you in advance for your generosity!

Elaine Bowen

 

Art in the Sanctuary

Amy Breedon is active in our church and is pursuing her interest in graphic art.  She has provided the art in the sanctuary through the end of July. The digital images are all for sale, but they are just samples of what can be printed in various sizes.  Framing provided by F. J. Kluth Art Gallery.

 

The Book Group will be meeting on Tuesday, July 17 at 7 pm in the home of  Bonnie Harper.  This month we are reading Unsaid by Neil Abramson. After veterinarian Helena Colden dies of breast cancer, she is unable to move on and narrates the emotional deterioration and struggle of her attorney husband David as he becomes involved in a court case to save the life of a chimpanzee. In August we will read The Paris Wife, a novel by Paula McLain, and in September we will read Lake of Dreams by Kim Edwards. If you have any questions you may contact Bonnie Harper.