Saturday April 19, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Founders’ Hall – “Empty Nest” Educational Workshop Register by April 13 onsite at the table in the Core Area.
The Pastoral Care Group will present a series of educational workshops on important life transitions. The first addresses issues related to the “Empty Nest.” Parents of kids going off to college, students heading to college, and anybody else interested will benefit from this interactional workshop. Katie Barr, LCSW, is a Carlsbad-based therapist who has worked with many families on this and similar issues. Coffee and snacks provided.
May 2-4: UU Women’s Spring Renewal
Join together with old friends and new for a weekend of pure bliss in the mountains! Treat yourself to a fun-filled weekend of reading, relaxing, dancing, drumming, singing, hiking, playing, listening, sharing and attending a variety of workshops.
This year’s Theme Speaker is Rev. Thandeka. Theologian, ordained UU minister, journalist, author, television producer, Rev. Thandeka investigates the links between religion and emotions and explores the process of meaning-making. The author of numerous articles, books, and plays, she is also the founder of Affect Theology. She was given the !Xhosa name Thandeka, which means “beloved,” by Archbishop Desmond Tutu in 1984.
For more information on de Benneville, and to Register, visit www.uucamp.org.
June 1 Music Sunday
Our next Music Sunday, titled “Peace, Salaam, Shalom,” will be June 1st, for both services. Please come enjoy beautiful, meditative music about peace and love from different religions and cultures.