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Sunday, March 24
11:00 am Worship Service (Sanctuary)
11:00 am Children & Youth Religious Education
12:15 pm Stewardship Luncheon (Phillips Hall)

Monday, March 25 —
12:30 pm Gainesville Bridge Club* (Phillips Hall)
6:30 pm Ministerial Search Committee (Common Room)
6:30 pm Gainesville Bridge Club* (Phillips Hall & Sanctuary)

Tuesday, March 26 —
8:30 am Meditation Group (Common Room)
12:00 pm UU Elders bag lunch & discussion (Common Room)
6:30 pm Humanist Circle (Wahoo Seafood Grill — see Al Tweedy to RSVP)

Wednesday, March 27 —
Candlelight Vespers Service
6:00 pm Soup & Bread dinner (Phillips Hall)
7:00 pm Vespers (Sanctuary)

Thursday, March 28 —
7:00 pm Chalice Choir Rehearsal (Choir Room)

Friday, March 29 —
12:30 pm Gainesville Bridge Club* (Phillips Hall)
5:30 pm Black History Month Celebratory Happy Half Hour (Phillips Hall)

Saturday, March 30 —
12:30 pm Gainesville Handweavers Guild* (Phillips Hall)

Sunday, March 31 —
11:00 am Worship Service (Sanctuary) with Parade & Picnic
11:00 am Children & Youth Religious Education
1:00 pm White Fragility Book Discussion (Common Room)
7:00 pm Adult Religious Education — Long Strange Trip DVD series (Common Room)

*Non-UUFG Event

Governance Meetings

Regular Governing Board Meetings

Third Wednesday of the month, 6:30 PM in the Common Room

UU Adult Learning Opportunity: Sunday, March 31, 7:00 pm

It’s not too late to join the nine travelers who began the Long Strange Trip UU history program last month. The six-DVD series traces the winding thread of our faith tradition through the past 1600 years, since the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD.

Sunday, March 31, 7- 8:30 in the Common Room
Part II – The Birth of Unitarianism

Come enjoy the film, some dessert, and discussion. Judy Bruce-Mangle, a retired Lifespan Director of Religious Education, and Harry Mangle will facilitate this event. Although each DVD stands alone and it’s not necessary to attend each session, your understanding will be enriched if you attend them all as each session builds on those coming before.

Remaining sessions:
April 28 Part III – American Unitarianism
May 26 Part IV - Universalism
June 30 Part V – Evolution
July 28 Part VI – The Hundred Year Waltz

For questions or to reserve a spot, contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Exploring Taoism -- 1st & 3rd Mondays at 7:00 pm

This twice-monthly discussion group explores Taoism through a basic introduction as well as its history, teachings, philosophy, and way of life.

Together the group examines writings, practices meditation, and discusses meaning and personal interpretations. All levels of interest are welcome, novice as well as experienced practitioners of Taoism.

Meetings are on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month in Classroom 3, and run from 7 to 8:30 pm. Each session is typically "self-contained," so drop-ins are welcome. For more information, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

For Newcomers: an Introduction to Unitarian Universalism

This monthly class is for visitors and newcomers to our Fellowship -- or anyone interested in learning more about the Unitarian Universalism.

Next class is Sunday, March 10, at 12:15 pm (following service).

Some questions we’ll ponder:

  • What is Unitarian Universalism?
  • Does this faith tradition have a long history?
  • What do Unitarian Universalists believe?
  • How does one become an active friend or member of UUFG?

Join us first for for a tour of our campus, then come inside for conversation and a snack. All are welcome!

To reserve a place at our next orientation, stop by the Green Table during social hour on any Sunday or contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


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