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5:30pm -6:15

Vespers is this Wednesday – from 5:30 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. in the Sanctuary. Intern minister Natalie Malter will lead this weeks gathering.

6:30pm -7:30
Community Night on Wednesdays
Bortin Hall

Community Night Returns to Wednesdays!

Join us for your midweek reset!

Back by popular demand—our midweek recharge returns to Wednesday. We will have time for center a chance to break bread at our Community Dinner and many opportunities to learn and enrich yourselves. A perfect habit of resistance to the bad news world we inhabit. Child care will also be available on these evenings. Children are free at dinner.

7:00pm -8:30
Parenting Tweens & Teens From Your Wise Mind
OWL Room

Raising a happy and successful teenager is a challenge for any parent, even the most patient and wisest among us. Parenting adolescents requires all sorts of skills that most of us don’t naturally possess. Using “Wise Minded Parenting” by Dr. Laura Kastner we will learn:

  • The latest research and knowledge about what our tweens and teens need to thrive.
  •  Practical strategies for acting and responding mindfully and effectively throughout this rich and challenging period.
  • How to encourage progress towards the 7 essentials of happy, healthy tweens/teens. (Secure attachment, self control, academic success, social thriving, emotional flourishing, strong character, physical health)

Join Indigo Lewis in this “Wise Minded Parenting” class where you’ll learn how to tap your “wise mind” to calmly navigate even the stormiest of parenting moments.

Facilitator: Indigo Lewis

7:30pm -9:00
Justice Unfurled: How Did the Unitarian Universalist Association End Up in a Conversation about White Supremacy Culture?

Are you energized by the call to examine white supremacy culture and its impacts? Do you want to learn more about how Unitarian Universalism found itself in this important and difficult conversation? Are you angry about the term “white supremacy?” Are you wishing to deepen your own understandings?

If so, join Revs. Leslie Takahashi and Neal Anderson for the Justice Unfurled class which this Wednesday to look at the underlying facts around our racial justice efforts as Unitarian Universalists. We will look at the facts in order to dispel some of the rumors and myths about MDUUC’s
 commitment to the White Supremacy Teach In and racial justice. This is an important opportunity for us to learn more about how it is that we find ourselves in a conversation about white supremacy culture.

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