Family Worship: Garden Blessing: Please join us around the Winchester Unitarian Society Garden (near the back parking lot) for this family centric, 20 minute interactive service as we acknowledge the blessings necessary for this year’s garden to thrive.
This month, Embodiment: In our Worship services we will be exploring the theme of embodiment, the shape of ourselves, the work we do with our hands, the relationships we form, the physical realities of our world and our participation in it.
Religious Education Morning: Welcome! In the worship service we will be welcoming new members. If the weather is fine, we will be out of doors planting strawberry seeds inside. Please dress for the mess.
Childcare for babies and tots is available in the playroom with Juanita Simms.
Our Whole Lives and F8th in Action have rescheduled our canoe trip to the4th of June. Watch the weather and cross your fingers for a dry day. Please direct any questions to trip coordinator Fritzie Nace.
Mark your calendars
Next Religious Education Committee Meeting June, 7th 9:00 AM
Garden Blessing, May 21st
Memorial Day wreath laying, May 28th
7th & 8th graders Canoe Trip June 4th
Community Dance and end of program year celebration June 11th!And Don’t Forget
: We have a Parents Resource bookshelf
in the Michelsen Room and a Little Library
for children’s books outside of the Religious Education office. These are curated for you and your family. Please borrow and return, feel free to add anything you’d like to share with others and let us know what else might be of interest.
GROWTH AND LEARNING: As we close out the program year, many thanks and appreciation to departing committee members Shelley Ziegelman, Indira Persaud and Raym deReis
Soul Collage May 25th 7:00 PM Winchester Unitarian Society: Listen to the Whispers of your Soul
Access your inner voice of wisdom and guidance in this playful, yet purposeful, facilitated practice. It is a gentle, accessible, and surprising tool for unlocking emotional obstacles and stepping into the most authentic expression of yourself. It is a path for artist and non-artist alike to explore self and spirit through the non-judgmental mirror of Soul Collage. Soul Collage facilitator Rebecca Kelley-Morgan leads the group. Please RSVP to Betsy Bowles email@example.com to reserve your spot – group size will be limited.
Next Growth and Learning Meeting September 13th, 7:00 PM Michelsen Room
Looking Ahead: Winchester Unitarian Society will be hosting a Thoreau Bicentennial Celebration this fall, as part of the Walden Woods statewide Thoreau Read. We have many Thoreau readers among the congregation, and we’d love to hear from you about what might be accessible and thought provoking. Please be in touch with Rev. Heather or Rebecca Kelley Morgan.