Home Weekly Update – September 6, 2018

Weekly Update – September 6, 2018

Weekly Update – September 6, 2018

News Flash!

Sunday:  Potluck Lunch & Brainstorming! 

Bring a favorite dish to share, and join in a brainstorming session with the Board of Trustees. Details in Sunday – September 9 listings

and,

September 16: New Inquirers Series begins

September 19: Wednesdays at 1U Returns

Details for above in Other News

 

Weekly Update E-Blasts are always posted on the 1U website

under the News and Events menu/Weekly Update.


Friday – September 7

Craft Circle — 7:00-9:00 pm, Assembly Room

Looking for a low stress activity? Meet creative people? Come join us for crafting and fellowship! We will be making and packing bead kits for kids and families for Orlando Pagan Pride Day.

FacebookRSVP:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1076472629169062/. Email: mysticgrove@orlandouu.org.

Saturday – September 8

Dinner with Friends — 6:00 pm-ish, Homes of Various Church Members

Each person brings a different part of the meal. Email dinnerwithfriends@orlandouu.org for info. This is a great way to get to know your fellow members.

Sunday – September 9

Hymn Sing — 10:15 am, Sanctuary

Worship — 10:30 am, Sanctuary

9/9 – Emerging Community, Water Communion

Everyone is invited to bring a bit of water to represent their summer travels or adventures to share on our community building ritual that starts the new program year. Join us as we conclude our six-week worship series exploring themes of emergence and becoming.

Children’s Religious Education (CRE)

9:15 am-12:00 pm Nursery for ages 9 months thru 4 years (EC Nursery)

10:30 am-10:45 am Children begin in service with their parents

10:45 am-11:45 pm Children and youth proceed to the Enrichment Center for Children’s summer programming

11:45 pm Parents pick up Children in the Enrichment Center

Visitors and Guests: While your children are welcome to stay in service with you, if you would like to take advantage of our Children’s offerings please accompany them to the Enrichment Center and fill in a visitor/guest information form before returning to service. Online registration is open – register your children today: https://app3.jackrabbitclass.com/reg.asp?id=528392. Contact for more information: DCYM@OrlandoUU.org. Also, join our Facebook group & stay informed!

Adult Religious Education 

(All sessions are drop-in friendly! All are welcome! Learn more here)

No Adult RE offering today.

Plan Ahead

September 16 — 9:30 am  in the Community Room  Movie Talk: Two movies fold time to look at the present from the past. We will compare these two journeys looking at how each informs and illustrates our UU principles:

Go see “Christopher Robin.” A  search across time and acres for lost friends, lost creativity and perhaps a lost soul.  The movie is not treacly (despite title),  nor is it melancholy; in fact there are laugh-out-loud moments.

Go see “BlacKkKlansman.”  Return to a time when the Colorado Springs Police Department was all white and the Klan was active.  This movie is not a comedy (despite trailers), to quote Rotten Tomatoes it “uses history to offer bitingly trenchant commentary on current events.”

We will meet at 9:30 am  in the Community Room (located in the far corner of the Enrichment Center) to discuss Ewan McGregor as Christopher Robin and Denzel Washington’s son as Ron Stallworth.

September 16 — 19th Century Universalist History Series starts — led by Ken Lofgren. 

Join us for a 6-week adult RE class on 19th Century Universalism. Each class will be offered twice: once on Sunday morning (9:30-10:15 am)  and once on Wednesday evening (7:00-8:00 pm) in Gore Hall Classroom A.

Topics:

9/16 & 9/19 Life of Hosea Ballou. How did an uneducated farm boy become the most influential American Universalist minister in history?

9/23 & 9/26 Becoming A Minister. What did it take to become a Universalist minister and why did that need to change? What were the first Universalist theological schools?

9/30 & 10/3 Defending the Faith. How did Universalists respond to attacks (physical and verbal) from other Christian denominations?

10/7  &  10/10 Sharing the News. How did Universalists use journals (newspapers) to share their news? We will explore an original Universalist journal from 1843: The Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate.

10/14 & 10/17 Reforming Society. What social reform issues were important to early Universalists?

10/21 & 10/24 Life of Olympia Brown. What were some of the challenges faced by the first woman to graduate from theological school and become a Universalist minister?

Brainstorming & Potluck with the Board of Trustees – 11:30 am-12:30 pm, Gore Hall

As we emerge from our renovation project, it’s time to look towards our future and image what we can become. The Board of Trustees invites you to a brainstorming session today, to discuss your future hopes and dreams for our congregation. Our annual Potluck lunch that follows our Ingathering Service and Water Communion seems the perfect time to begin a conversation that will last throughout the year.

Monday – September 10

 Sign Up Deadline for Fall Beloved Conversations

Over 40 members of the 1U community have participated in Beloved Conversations: Meditations on Race and Ethnicity, some twice. All members are encouraged to take part as their schedule permits. Beloved Conversations: Meditations on Race and Ethnicity is an experiential curriculum that provides a space to re-form/fuse the brokenness of racism into new patterns of thought and behavior ushering in social and spiritual healing. New ways of being are learned through the actions of conversation and probing dialogue. (More info)

The next series will take place this Fall, beginning with the required retreat on September 14 & 15 (Friday 6-9 pm & Saturday 9 am-5 pm). Participants will then be part of a facilitated small group that will meet weekly for eight weeks (two hours each session.) Sign up here (preferred) or with our Program Assistant, Gaby, (programassistant1u@gmail.com) on Sunday morning.

1U Executive Committee Meeting – 6:00-7:00 pm, Teleconference

The Executive Committee meets to set the agenda for next week’s Board of Trustees meetings . Items for the agenda are to be given to an Exec Member in advance of this meeting.

Tuesday – September 11

The Alliance — 11:30 am, Gore Hall

Alliance members meet in Gore Hall for fellowship at 10:30 and bag lunch at 12:00 noon.

Plan Ahead:

·         September 18: Pot luck luncheon in Gore Hall

·         September 25: Visit to the Gallery-museum to see The Bronze Kingdom, a large collection of African tribal artwork, after which we  lunch together at the Olive Garden Restaurant.

Both are located at the Fashion Square Mall on Colonial Ave. For further information contact us at alliance@orlandouu.org.

Due to your generous donations of merchandise, time and money we were able to award $500 to New Image Youth Center in August. We are impressed with the work they do on a small budget on behalf of youth in the Parramore area of Orlando.

Yoga Cancelled Until New Instructor Found

A new yoga instructor is being sought. Please pass any recommendations to Rev. Kathy at minister@orlandouu.org.

Sample Covenant Group Session — 7:00-8:30 pm, Gathering Space

Wondering if a Covenant Group is right for you? Come try a sample session. You can read more about Covenant Groups here. Drop-ins are fine but signups will help with planning. Sign up online or with Gaby on Sunday morning.

Band Practice — 7:00 pm, Sanctuary

Welkin & EMC practice.

Folk Ensemble — 7:30 pm, EC Studio

Everyone welcome. No particular skill level needed. If you enjoy sing-alongs, please join us.

Wednesday – September 12

Wednesday Morning Meditations at UUUS – 8:30-9:00 am, 11648 McCulloch Rd

All are welcome to participate in a lightly guided morning sitting practice to get the day started. Join the University UU folks on Wednesday mornings from 8:30-9:00 am- ish, at the UUUS (Unitarian Universalist Unitarian Society) located at 11648 McCulloch Rd, Orlando, FL 32817.

A Chordia Practice – 6:45 pm, Sanctuary

Women’s a capella group rehearses until 7:30 pm.

Choir Practice – 7:30 pm, Sanctuary

The Chalice Choir rehearses until 8:30 pm under the direction of Aubrey Connelly-Candelario. All are welcome!

Thursday – September 13

Meditation – 7:00-8:00 pm, Studio (West end of the Enrichment Center)

Join us every Thursday for eclectic meditation practice based in, but not limited to, the Mindfulness tradition. After introductions, we have a 20-minute sit followed by discussion. We close with another 10-minute sit. Open to those with and without meditation experience. Led by Rev. Kathy. Drop in friendly.


Other News

Call for Artist Submissions (Deadline: September 30)

Get your submissions in for 1U’s new Sanctuary Art Exhibition opening Oct. 21. This is a call for art of all media centered around the theme of The Sands of Our Lives. Think mandalas (which are traditionally formed in sand), glass, shifting sands on the beach or the desert.

Submit .JPG photos of up to 5 pieces of your work for review to art@orlandouu.org before midnight, Sept. 30. Good, clear phone photos are acceptable. Please include the title and dimensions of each piece. Art must be provided “gallery ready” when delivered. This means any framing or hardware required must be in place for hanging. We can include some 3-D work in the limited space, so that will also be considered for inclusion.

Mark your calendar:

9/30 Entries due no later than midnight.

10/6 Artists with work accepted will be notified by this date

10/12 Art is to be delivered to the Sanctuary

10/21 Art exhibition opens

Questions? Contact Suzanne Oberholtzer: art@orlandouu.org.

Upcoming Worship Schedule (Sunday at 10:30 am unless noted)

Our new five-week series, Follow the Leader… or Not, explores when to lead, when to follow, and when and who and why.

9/16  Being a Leader, with Chalice Choir

9/23  Being a Follower, with Folk Ensemble

9/30  Commitment (Saying Yes), with A Chordia

10/7   Changing Course (When Not to Follow), with Aubrey Connelly-Candelario

10/14  Who will We Follow? (Election Sermon), with Welkin

10/21 – 11/25 Our The Sands of Our Lives series will explore the rich spiritual metaphors evoked by sand.

Inquirers Series – New offering begins September 16

Inquirers Series is a rotation of 8 conversations about our congregation and Unitarian Universalist history and practices. The series is designed for visitors and newcomers who are looking for a general introduction, and yet the sessions are also appealing to veteran members who want more information about our church. New church members and inquirers are encouraged to attend. It’s best if you can commit to attending all 8 weekly sessions but the class is designed for you to pick up classes you miss in future rounds of the series. Join us, every Sunday, 11:45 am-12:45 pm in Room B of Gore Hall!

·         September 16: Q&A with Minister

·         September 23: Unitarian Universalist History, Principles and Sources

·         September 30: Social Action & Community Service

·         October 7: Adult & Children’s Ministries and Faith Development

·         October 14: Worship & Liturgical Year

·         October 21: Campus Tour

·         October 28: Pastoral Care and Covenant Groups

·         November 4: Membership 101

·         November 11: New Series Begins

Wednesdays at 1U Returns September 19

5:30 pm Night Worship with Rev. Kierstin Homblette Allen

6:15 pm  BYO Supper & Enjoy Fellowship

7:00 pm Classes (see below) & Chalice Choir Practice

Two class offerings for the first six weeks.

1)     Universalist History with Ken Lofgren

2)     Spiritual Practice with Rev. Kathy Schmitz

Come for all or part of the evening. No sign up required. Classes are best taken as a series but drop-ins are always welcome.

Take a Quick 10-question Endowment Survey

The 1u Endowment Board is thinking about offering adult education about savings, investing and estate planning. Tell us what you need and are interested in learning. This is anonymous with no tracking: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LCHGWWG. Be sure to click donate the end.

Leave 1U a Gift from Your Estate and Get a 10% Match Now

If you name 1U or certain other UU organizations as beneficiaries in your will, living trust, or IRA, and notify the Wake Now Our Vision Legacy Challenge, the named beneficiary organization(s) could be eligible to receive a 10% match immediately. Shelter Rock, a very generous UU congregation, is currently providing up to $5 million in matching funds for this campaign with the goal of encouraging people to strengthen Unitarian Universalism through planned giving.

So, for example: If someone identifies their intention to leave $100,000 to 1U and files an application for the match, 1U could be eligible to receive $10,000 in matching funds now. One third of the $5 million is already committed, so it is important to act now, while the match is available. To learn how you can participate, visit www.wakenowourvision.org, or email Endowment@orlandouu.org.

Rev. Kathy’s Blog

Rev. Kathy writes to her blog weekly and you can check it out growinginplace.wordpress.com.

Update Your Contact Information!

Keeping in touch with 1U members and friends is important. You can help keep those communication lines functioning by alerting the office about changes in your contact information: email address, street address, preferred phone numbers. Having current contact information allows 1U to keep you in the loop with all kinds of information about events. It is also vital that current information is available for electronic banking arrangements. Contact Amy Fairweather at churchadministrator@orlandouu.org or call the church office at 407-898-3621. We appreciate your help with this!


Plan Ahead

September 14 — Black Cat Cafe, 7:30-10:30 pm, Gore Hall

Join us at this open-mic coffeehouse to share and enjoy great music, poetry, stories, dance & more! All are welcome! $2 donation. More info: BlackCatCafe@OrlandoUU.org or visit on the Web.

September 15 — Fairy Garden Doors, 11:00 am-5 pm, Leu Gardens

Mystic Grove and friends meets at Leu Gardens gift shop and then embark at 11:15 am to enjoy the Enchanted Fairy Doors exhibit sprinkled throughout the property. Wear your MG t-shirt, 1U t-shirt or a bright blue shirt so we can find each other. Wear comfortable shoes.  The exhibit runs until Sept 23. Admission to the Enchanted Fairy Doors exhibit is included in the daytime garden admission: $10 adult, $5 child (ages 4 – 17 years). Leu Gardens’ Members and all children 3 years of age and younger receive free admission. For more information, email mysticgrove@orlandouu.org.

RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/1969810256419466/

September 16 — New Inquirers Series Begins

Inquirers Series is a rotation of 8 conversations about our congregation and Unitarian Universalist history and practices. The series is designed for visitors and newcomers who are looking for a general introduction, and yet the sessions are also appealing to veteran members who want more information about our church. New church members and inquirers are encouraged to attend. It’s best if you can commit to attending all 8 weekly sessions but the class is designed for you to pick up classes you miss in future rounds of the series. Join us, every Sunday, 11:45 am-12:45 pm in Room B of Gore Hall!

·         September 16: Q&A with Minister

·         September 23: Unitarian Universalist History, Principles and Sources

·         September 30: Social Action & Community Service

·         October 7: Adult & Children’s Ministries and Faith Development

·         October 14: Worship & Liturgical Year

·         October 21: Campus Tour

·         October 28: Pastoral Care and Covenant Groups

·         November 4: Membership 101

·         November 11: New Series Begins

 

September 17 — Monthly 1U Board of Trustees Meeting — 7:00-9:00 pm, Assembly Room

1U members and friends are welcome to observe Board Meetings. To bring an item to the Board’s agenda, contact an Executive Committee member at least a week before the meeting. Exec Members include the President, President-Elect, Treasurer, Secretary, Minister, immediate Past President.

September 16 — Sign-up Deadline for 2018-2019 Covenant Groups

Covenant Groups are a great way to get to know others and make connections. They are a form of Small Group Ministry in which groups of approximately 10 people commit to meet monthly (October 2018-May 2019). Gatherings are 90 minutes and are facilitated by a trained “anchor.” Sign up here (preferred) or at 1U Central (aka Gaby’s Table) on Sundays. Deadline for sign-ups is Sunday 9/16/18.

September 28 — Caring for Our Community Training Part 1, 7:00-9:00 pm, Location TBA

Would you like to help 1U become a more welcoming and caring community and become a better partner, friend, parent or congregant  through the practice of Compassionate Listening? 1U’s Pastoral Associate group is presenting a training about the power of Compassionate Listening and 1U’s Pastoral Associate program. The training will address how our congregation cares for its members, define Compassionate Listening, and  give  guidelines and  practice in the art of Active Listening. Click on this link for more information and to register.

September 29 — Caring for Our Community Training Part 2, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, Location TBA

Would you like to help 1U become a more welcoming and caring community and become a better partner, friend, parent or congregant  through the practice of Compassionate Listening? 1U’s Pastoral Associate group is presenting a training about the power of Compassionate Listening and 1U’s Pastoral Associate program. The training will address how our congregation cares for its members, define Compassionate Listening, and  give  guidelines and  practice in the art of Active Listening. Click on this link for more information and to register.

October 4 — Community Garden Workshop, 7:00 pm, Gore Hall

Join members of the 1U Community Garden for a free workshop, topic details to come. The workshop is free and open to the general public, but we will accept donations at the door as a thank-you to our presenter. Also save the date for a future garden workshop on November 8; topic TBA.

October 7 — 1U Blood Drive, 8:30 am-1:00 pm, Red Bus in 1U Parking Lot

Please bring an ID and be sure to have a good breakfast prior to coming. Go to oneblood.org to make an appointment! All blood types are needed.

November 8 — Community Garden Workshop, 7:00 pm, Gore Hall

Join members of the 1U Community Garden for a free workshop, topic details to come. The workshop is free and open to the general public, but we will accept donations at the door as a thank-you to our presenter. Topic TBA.

December 9 — 1U Blood Drive, 8:30 am-1:00 pm, Red Bus in 1U Parking Lot

Please bring an ID and be sure to have a good breakfast prior to coming. Go to oneblood.org to make an appointment! All blood types are needed.


Ongoing Activities, Needs & Resources

1U Central: Your One Stop 1U Info Spot

Is it your first, second, or third time visiting? Feel a bit out of the loop? Want to know what is going on within the congregation? Stop on by to 1U Central located in the EC Assembly Room and say hi to Gaby! She can fill you in on current actions, events, and groups. She can help you get signed up for the Weekly E-Blasts, get a nametag, or sign up for all the great things 1U offers!

Do You Have an RMD and Are 70½ or Older?

A Required Minimum Distribution from your IRA or Inherited IRA can cause a higher tax burden. Consider paying your pledge to the Church via a direct Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) from your IRA. If you are 70½ or older you can instruct your IRA or Inherited IRA custodian to send your QCD directly to the Church to pay your pledge. A QCD counts dollar-for-dollar toward fulfillment of an RMD (up to $100,000) but is excluded from taxable income. You can view or download a sample letter for instructing your IRA custodian here or contact Amy at the Church office to receive it by email. If you have questions contact Michael Cohen or any other member of the Church Endowment Board (Mike Haddad, Jean Siegfried, Diane P. Kerkhoff or Ken Lofgren). For specific tax advice contact a tax professional.

1U Maintenance Contact Info

We now have an email for you to use to let the Long Term Maintenance & Enhancement Team (LTME) know if you observe something on campus that you feel needs repair or some loving attention. Remember that we now will have monthly inspections of the campus in order to monitor buildings and grounds, so we should be more on top of routine maintenance than we have been in the past. That said, the more eyes on things the better. You can always mention an item to the team members: Alan Oberholtzer, Alex Moore, Dan Homblette, George Hooper, John Hartgering, or Mike McCleskey. However if you want to send us an email, please use ltm@orlandouu.org. please be as specific as possible, including details on the location. Send a picture rather than a thousand words. Thanks, LTME Team.

Join Justice GoogleGroup

To get regular messages or a daily summary, and to share Social Justice Events and information (in central Florida and beyond), join 1U Justice googlegroup. Email socialjustice@orlandouu.org with your request to join. Include the name and e-mail address you want used. More information will accompany your invitation.

1U Caring Circle

Members of the Caring Circle offer kind, practical, tangible efforts to other church members who may be experiencing significant joys, concerns, sorrows, or changes in their lives. Monthly contact people follow up on Joys and Concerns expressed in Sunday worship, as well as notices from the minister or other church members, about short-term circumstances that may need attention. Other members serve in providing phone calls, greeting cards, rides to church events, medical appointments, meals for a while, pet care, etc. Please contact our Caring Circle coordinator Kathy Homblette at CaringCircle@OrlandoUU.org for details or to participate. Caring Circle contact for September is Ann Mount, for October is Linda Piantieri. Each also be reached at caringcircle@Orlandouu.org.

Pastoral Care Associates

“In times of stress, the best thing we can do for each other is to listen with our ears and our hearts.” – Fred Rogers

Pastoral Care Associates are caring, supportive members of the congregation trained to listen and encourage in times of stress or need. It can be comforting to know you’re not alone and it helps to have someone from 1U’s faith community offer support as you deal with life’s challenges. If you are in need, contact our Pastoral Care Coordinator at pastoralassociates@OrlandoUU.org.

Mystic Grove 2018 Offerings Outlined Online

Plan ahead for what offerings interest you in the rest of 2018! The Mystic Grove 2018 Brochure and Calendar are now available online. You can download and print at https://mysticgrovecfl.wordpress.com/calendar/.

Missed a Sunday?

Audio recordings for most Sunday sermons are online here. Just click and listen.

Join the Flowers Team

Have you noticed the decorative flora at the pulpit during Sunday services? Simple, beautiful and log-falling easy for anyone to do! Spot the pretties bouquets at grocery stores and elsewhere? Do you grow flowers or ornamental shrubs? Pass a wildflower field en route to church? Love to create floral arrangements? Want to make an almost effortless contribution to our community on the occasional Sunday? We even provide the vases. Join the Flowers Team and help provide pulpit flowers & greenery for a few services a year! On the Sundays of your choice you can supply purchased cut fresh flowers, a potted plant or flower, an orchid, wildflowers, something from your garden or that of a neighbor (after you are given access)– even fine silk arrangements. Then you can take it home, give it away, or leave it in Gore Hall for church visitors to enjoy. No need to attend early services to participate! To learn all the details or to join the team right now, email Karla Kizzort at flowers@orlandouu.org.

UUA Video

Great 3-Minute Intro to Unitarian Universalism!

Join 1U A/V Team

Want to learn about sound systems, or how to present a slide show or video? Then the 1U Audio/Visual team is for you! You don’t need to be an expert to join in the fun. Personalized training is provided, and you can polish your skills as you go. Contact us at audioteam@orlandouu.org, or you can always just show up at the A/V room right after service to chat. More info here.

Fair Trade Goods Every Sunday – Noon, Gore Hall

Fair Trade coffee and other goods are available Sundays at the back of Gore Hall after the 11:00 service. Sales of coffee, chocolate and tea benefit small independent growers, UUSC and our church. Think about these as thoughtful gifts!

First Sunday Fellowship

1U members and friends gather in various parts of Orlando (Winter Park, East of 436, Downtown, West Orlando, Conway, South Orlando, so far) for neighborhood connections. These are opportunities for social interactions, a meal and/or beverage, and the chance to expand relationships. Unlike “Dinner with Friends,” groups are meeting at neighborhood restaurants, not individual homes. If you are interested in learning more or finding a group near you, contact Kathy Homblette at Fellowship@orlandouu.org. Times and locations vary.

Give By Text

You can now make a contribution to First Unitarian Church with a quick text message! Simply send a text to 407-456-7082 with the amount you’d like to contribute. Make sure to include the dollar sign before the amount (for example: $25). NOTE: Do not place a space between the dollar sign and the dollar amount. Within a few minutes, you’ll be sent a text with a link to register. Click on the link and enter your cardholder name and credit or debit card information. Once your registration is complete, you will receive a text verification and a receipt via email. For future giving, simply send a text with the amount you wish to give, and it will process automatically! To text contribution to individual funds include the text code in your text message:

Annual Pledge (texting code: annualpledge) Building Donation (texting code: bldgdonation)

Building Pledge (texting code: bldgpledge) Donation (textingcode: generaldonation)

Share the Plate (texting code: sharedplate)

Join the Welcome Team! Extra Hands Needed!

Are you looking for an easy way to be of service at 1U? How about helping make members and guests feel welcome, as you were when you first attended? Welcome Team tasks range from greeting folks to handing out Orders of Service through collecting the offering to making coffee. All directions for each task are provided. Most Welcome Team members sign up to serve at one service a month. Consider being part of one of the most enjoyable teams in 1U! Contact Kathy Homblette for more details at Fellowship@orlandouu.org.

The Best Way to Know What Is Going On Around 1U – This Weekly Update

The Weekly Update is posted to the 1U website by Thursday of each week. An email reminder is then sent to the members and visitors who have provided their email addresses. If you are not receiving the weekly email reminder, please contact ChurchAdministrator@orlandouu.org. A reminder is also posted to the 1U facebook page.

Board Minutes Available

You can read the minutes of the most recent meeting of the 1U Board of Trustees here. Previous minutes can be found in the Governance section of the 1U website, which is under the About 1U tab.

Say Hello to Sustainable Shopping at thegoodbuy.com

Say good-bye to shopping that’s bad for workers and the earth. Proceeds from the Good Buy underwrite human rights programs around the world through the UUSC, so you can make a difference with each purchase.


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Minister’s Blog: http://growinginplace.wordpress.com