Rev. Meghan Cefalu
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Registration is open! April 8-10 Weekend at Camp de Benneville Pines
Our UUFSD Family Camp is always great, and this year will be special as Rev. Meghan, and Director of Connections, Adrieene, will be planning our activities. Register early as we expect camp to fill and we share our weekend with Palomar Fellowship. We welcome elders, little ones, teens, young adults. There is something for everyone at our beautiful camp near Big Bear.
Are you (or someone you know) interested in our Senior Activity and Discussion Group?
We have a NEW group for those 55 and older, to share discussions AND activities. This group will meet at least once a month and as often as once a week. The structure is open with everyone collaborating on ideas for meetings, events, outings etc.
This will be as varied and collaborative as we can create! Beginning in February.
Contact Adrienne email@example.com or call the office to join the sign up list. You can also add your name to the sign up sheet on the Happenings tableon Sunday.
Music Therapist & UUFSD Member Ellen Whealton
Integrating music, imagery, crystal sound vibration, and therapeutic essential oils, this workshop will allow you to reach the ultimate in relaxation and rejuvenation. Using various meditation techniques paired with music, imagery, and your keen sense of smell, you will learn to bring insight, support, positivity and transformation to your life. Many people find that this process works better for them than any other therapeutic modality they have tried and have also found success in healing past emotional pain.
Tickets are $25 at door or save 20% with Early Bird Tickets available through 4/14/16 at http://soundhealingwhealton.
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Location: Founders Hall
This is an open invitation to members and friends to attend the first quarterly SAC planning meeting of 2016. Join us for a light lunch in Founders Hall on Sunday, January 24, after the second service, at 12:15. We are a vibrant social justice committee and we will be talking about our current and new projects for the upcoming year. Come and be part of our social justice family.
After the recent horrific terrorist attacks, many Muslim women, particularly those who wear the hijab or headscarf, have been targeted as victims of hate crimes and disrimination across the nation and in our very own city of San Diego.
Join The League of Women Voters and The Islamic Center of San Diego for a Gathering in Solidarity with Muslim Women
Monday, January 18, 2016 at 2:00 pm
Balboa Park: 6th Ave and Laurel St, San Diego, CA 92103
Wear your headscarf and come show support! Additional scarves will be provided.
We will be joined by our friends of many faiths and backgrounds. All are welcome.
At this month’s Food Bank we bagged 3,000 LBS of carrots to give to those in-need – in just 2 hours! No way a ‘little’ rain was going to stop us! Email me if you’d like to sign up to possibly help out in the future – always the 1st Thursday of each month from 6:00 – 8:00 PM. Anyone over 6 can help! firstname.lastname@example.org
Half Day Introductory Workshop by Livia Walsh.
Do you have a harsh inner critic? Learn to bring more kindness, compassion and ease to difficult moments and life challenges.
Mindful Self Compassion (MSC) is a researched bases cutting edge program developed by Kristen Neff, PhD and Chris Germer, PhD. Livia Walsh, RN, LMFT has been trained by Neff and Germer and authorized to teach this program. She is currently a senior teacher at the University of California Center for Mindfulness
There is no need to sign up, everybody welcome.
Location: Founder’s Hall
Date: Jan. 16, 2016
Time: 11:15am – 1:00pm