Sunday Hospitality Coffee Hour provides a time for members, friends, and visitors to engage with one another on a personal level while enjoying refreshments after each Sunday service.
Meeting Times: Every Sunday after each service.
Time Commitment: Feel free to stay and chat as long as you’d like!
Monthly Open House Gatherings are hosted in the homes of members and friends and provide opportunities for newcomers, visitors and members to meet, mingle, and get to know each other in a relaxed party-like atmosphere while enjoying good food and conversation. Those attending bring a dish or beverage to share.
Meeting Times: The third Sunday of each month from 4:00-7:00 p.m.
Time Commitment: Come when you can, stay as long as you wish (until 7:00!).
Contact: Roxie Morison firstname.lastname@example.org
Dot Hodder email@example.com
Stacy Kitt firstname.lastname@example.org
Soup Sundays, held in Dobkin Hall, are casual lunch gatherings featuring delicious soups and desserts made by members of the Congregation. (Soup and dessert donations are always appreciated.)
Meeting Times: The second Sunday of each month from October-March after the second service.
Time Commitment: As long as it takes you to enjoy a bowl of soup and good conversation.
Contact: Robin Middleton Rlmiddle2119@gmail.com
ROMEOS (Retired Older Men Eating Out) gathers for a casual lunch and conversation. All are welcome. You don’t have to be a man to attend. The ROMEOs have no agenda and no predefined topic of discussion. We talk about the current state of things and “solve” a few world problems over lunch. Meeting Times: The second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 12:30 p.m. Email Ron for restaurant and meeting information.
Time Commitment: Long enough for a lunch and conversation, usually 60-90 minutes.
Contact: Ron Cochran email@example.com
JUULIETS (Just Unitarian Universalist Ladies Interested in Eating Together) gathers for lunch, to build and support women’s friendships, and to provide an always-available social network for women new to the Congregation.
Meeting Times: The last Friday of the month with some adjustments around holidays. We meet for other activities on various dates as scheduled.
Time Commitment: Come when it works for you!
Contact: Stacy Kitt (518) 495-7436, firstname.lastname@example.org or
Carol Anne Davis (910) 800-1511, email@example.com
Mah Jongg brings people together who enjoy the game and would like an organized group to play with on a regular basis. It’s a great way to meet people in a social setting. This is a friendly game, with no money exchange. An email is sent out each week in order to determine the availability of players. It’s important that members respond, as three players are needed to play. Players need an updated Mah Jongg card.
Meeting Times: Friday afternoons at 1:00 p.m.
Time Commitment: Regular attendance is not required.
Contact: Eileen Barley firstname.lastname@example.org
Chalice Quilters provide lap size quilts to congregants in need. While this is a service project for our church, our meetings are a lot of fun. People with all levels of sewing and quilting experience and those with no experience are welcome.
Meeting Times: Second Tuesday of every month, from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Time Commitment: Very flexible. Come when you can. Additional work at home is helpful but not required.
Contact: Bev Cochran email@example.com
The Poetry Group provides a space and time for those interested in poetry to share and discuss poems they enjoy.
Meeting Times: The third Monday of the month, usually 2:00-3:30 p.m., meeting times may vary.
Time Commitment: 90 minutes once a month
Contact: Sara Jarvis firstname.lastname@example.org
Jo Ann Skinner email@example.com
The Book Discussion Group provides participants an opportunity to gather once a month and join in a conversation about a common read. Participants rotate the position of discussion leader.
Meeting Times: Third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.
Time Commitment: Meetings last around 90 minutes. Reading the books, as required.
Contact: Don Wood firstname.lastname@example.org