The North Wall Art Space features contemporary quilts by award winning fiber artist Liz Hickerson. Proceeds from the sale of her work will be donated to three international charities benefiting women and children. If you have questions or wish to purchase any of the works, please contact Christy Dachelet at email@example.com.
Sunday, November 10 from 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Childcare is available for this class!
This class is one of two classes offered on the path to membership at UUCM. In this class, we will respond to your questions, explore information and opportunities about our particular church, and discuss how we relate to the wider UU Region and the Unitarian Universalist Association. Visitors and friends who have attended both of these “Exploring UUism” classes are eligible to become members of UUCM. Current members and friends are very welcome to join in the class! Facilitated by Melissa Martinson, Membership Ministry.
Join us for a night of fun and connection!
Starting November 22, we’ll be meeting at UUCM
on the 4th Friday of each month, 6:30-8:30pm
Families, singles, kids, adults, everyone is welcome!
Bring a favorite game and a snack to share.
Questions? Feel free to contact:
Amy Schneider: firstname.lastname@example.org
Patty Heim: email@example.com
Lindsay Schostag: firstname.lastname@example.org
How Do the Arts Help Us on Our Life Journey?
Come, join us to explore this topic at the UUCM Men’s Workshop for 2019
When: Saturday morning, November 23rd, 2019. 8:30 AM coffee, interactive presentations from 9 AM to 12 Noon.
Who: Open to all those over 18 who identify as men
Where: At the Unitarian Universalist Church of Minnetonka
Registration: A suggested registration of $10 will be collected at the event.
Bring your stories; share how the arts help guide your journey.
Helping us explore this topic will be two experienced practitioners and teachers in the creative arts. Continue reading →
Our OCTOBER Social Generosity Offering will go to Sojourner Project. Sojourner’s mission is to provide emergency shelter, support, and legal advocacy services to those victimized by domestic violence and other forms of interpersonal violence. To that end, they provide services to victims of dating violence and sexual assault. Their ultimate goal encourages the change from crisis to stability and the transition from victim to survivor. In order to build safer communities, Sojourner conducts outreach activities and specifically designed presentations to heighten public awareness and engage groups and individuals in educational opportunities to prevent future victims and abusers. All Sojourner services are confidential and free of charge.
Note: All cash placed in the Sunday collection, as well as checks to “UUCM” with “Social Generosity” in the memo line, will go towards the Social Generosity cause for the current month. NEW: Donate by PayPal or credit card at bit.ly/uucmsocialgen. You may also use the basket to make other contributions to UUCM. Simply make your check out to “UUCM” with instructions in the memo line.
Rev. Meg was asked by many people for the name of the book she raved about during worship on the Autumn Equinox. Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teaching of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer. Let her know if you enjoy it!
The North Wall Gallery Space presents the work local artist Ricardo Levins Morales who describes himself as “healer and trickster organizer disguised as an artist”. He sees his art and organizing practices as a ways to address individual, historical and collective trauma. He operates out of a store front studio/gallery in south Minneapolis. A winner of numerous awards and a valued resource to grassroot social action communities, Ricardo distributes his posters, cards and banner on his website: rlmartstudio.com. If you wish to purchase any of the works, please contact Christy Dachelet at email@example.com.