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Sunday, May 20 —
11:00 am Worship Service (Sanctuary)
11:00 am Children & Youth Religious Education
12:15 pm Annual Congregational Meeting (Sanctuary)
6:00 pm Dancing Otters Wiccan Class* (Common Room)

Monday, May 21 —
6:30 pm Gainesville Bridge Club* (Phillips Hall & Sanctuary)
7:00 pm Ministerial Search Committee (Common Room)

Tuesday, May 22 —
8:30 am Morning Meditation (Common Room)
6:30 pm Open Humanist Circle (local restaurant — see Al Tweedy for location)

Wednesday, May 23 —
7:00 pm Singing Meditation (Choir Room)

Thursday, May 24 —
6:30 pm Woodcreek Homeowners Association* (Phillips Hall)
7:00 pm Chalice Choir Rehearsal (Choir Room)

Friday, May 25 —
12:30 pm Gainesville Bridge Club* (Phillips Hall)

Saturday, May 26 —
2:00 pm Anita Battiste Memorial Service (Sanctuary — reception to follow in Phillips Hall)

Sunday, May 27 —
9:30 am UUFG Foundation (Common Room)
11:00 am Worship Service (Sanctuary)
11:00 am Children & Youth Religious Education
6:00 pm Dancing Otters Wiccan Class* (Common Room)

*Non-UUFG event

Governance Meetings

Regular Governing Board Meetings

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

For Newcomers: an Introduction to Unitarian Universalism

Sunday, June 3, 12:15—2:15 pm

For visitors and newcomers to our Fellowship -- or anyone interested in learning more about the Unitairan Univeralism:

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?

On Sunday, June 3, 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, 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 .

Singing Meditation

Second and Fourth Wednesdays

7:00 PM to 8:00 PM in the Choir Room

Singing Meditation is a form of worship that alternates repetitive singing of short, simple, interfaith songs with periods of undirected silence.

Singing meditation involves singing chants, rounds, and other simple songs repetitively, until the songs sink deeply into your heart. Songs are alternated with undirected intervals of meditative silence. Group members do not need to have a strong singing voice or musical skills to participate and fully enjoy Singing Meditation.

This event is open to the public.


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