Gallery Artist – Sept 29 through Nov 3

The current exhibit at Langhinrichs Gallery is Offrenda Day of the Dead Celebration with Mexican Art by Emily Guerrero and Palermo Galindo.  Hours for the Gallery are: 9 AM- 1 PM, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday, or by appointment.  Contact Cathie Rowand, 580-6457, for more information.

The HUUmanists in Action Group – second & fourth Sundays, 12 PM 

We meet every second and fourth Sunday in the Choir room – grab a snack and join us around 11:45 or noon. Our next meeting is Oct 13th.

Smalls Making A Big Difference – Oct 16, 7pm

Join your fellow lay leaders and Rev. Shelly for the first of four webinars in the series: A Year of Learning and Connection for Smaller Congregations offered by our Regional UUA Congregational Life Staff. Our UUA staff know that small congregations are sharing the Love and Grace of Unitarian Universalism with their people and their communities every day. We also know that small churches can be faced with big challenges. Together we can help small congregations reach toward their greatest potential. While intended for those in leadership of the congregation, this webinar is open to all for a year of learning. Please register by Sunday, October 13 on SignUp.comhttps://signup.com/go/hnjQMDe or by calling the office 744-1867.

Friday Night at the MUUvies – Oct 18, 7 PM

A new film series, Friday Night at the MUUvies, continues on the third Friday night of each month at the Meetinghouse until next April, skipping only December. Featured films will invite reflection on ethical and social dimensions of contemporary life and culture. This month: The Band’s Visit, a PG-13 comedy/drama in which an eight man Egyptian police band becomes stranded overnight in a small Jewish village in the Negev Desert. The treatment of the potentially charged differences between the two religious cultures is lighthearted and entertaining, yet sensitive and revealing. This free film series is co-sponsored by UU HUUmanists in Action and FreeThought Fort Wayne, the local chapter of the American Humanist Association.

Creating Your Spiritual Path workshop
Saturdays, Oct. 19 & 26, 10 AM – 2 PM

Rev. Shelly invites you to join her on two Saturdays for this Adult Faith Formation workshop. Rev. Shelly will lead this workshop to equip participants to deepen their understanding of their spiritual path. Where has it been? Where is it taking you? Come learn about yourself and your spiritual journey. It is beneficial to take both sessions of this workshop as they will build upon each other. Please register by Sunday, October 13 on SignUp.com: https://signup.com/go/hnjQMDe or by calling the office 744-1867. Light refreshments will be provided. There will be a 30-minute break for lunch on your own; you are encouraged to BYOL. This is open to all, you do not need to be a member of the congregation to participate.

Racial Justice Team meetings – first & third Sundays, 12-1:30 PM

The Racial Justice Team invites you to join them every first and third Sunday after church in the Choir room – grab your coffee and snack and join them. Newbies welcome! The next meeting is Sunday, Oct 20th, 12 PM.

Soul Matters – Second Sunday, 7 PM

The Soul Matters themes Rev. Misty-Dawn addresses each month beg for additional conversation. Come explore with us at our second Sunday Soul Matters gatherings at Pine Valley Chiropractic, 10330 Coldwater Road. If you sign up for email notification with Kirsten, you will receive study materials and updates on what we will be discussing each month. Our next hour-long conversation begins at 7 p.m. Oct 13th. If you are on your on spiritual journey, please join us. We welcome your participation. For further information, please call us at 744-1867.

Sisters in Good Company Book Group – Oct 27, 4 PM

Join us at the UU Meetinghouse for a potluck and discussion of the book “Love and Ruin” by Paula McLain. Questions: Call Cathie Rowand, 580-6457.

Hospitality Volunteers Needed

Each Sunday you (as an individual or as a family) may choose from three categories: SetupFood & Beverage, and Cleanup. Please sign up by going to our SignUp.com link. Please call Bev Brown if you have any questions (260-479-9612). Thank you.

Flower Sign Up

If you’d like to remember a special date or a special someone, use the link on SignUp.com. Reminders will be sent. Thanks for adding to the beauty of our service through flowers!

Scrip Program

Scrip cards are ordered on the 15th and 30th of each month. See any of the Scrip team (Kathi Weiss, Patty Davis, or Susan Wenger) at church on Sunday mornings or email them.

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