wasted Wasted! The Story of Food Waste: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 7-9pm. As part of Friday Fun Night, the Mindful Eating Team & the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice (ICPJ) present this acclaimed movie with discussion to follow. Did you know that 40% of the food produced in the U.S. goes to waste? Through the eyes of famous chefs, see how they make the most of every kind of food, transforming what might be considered scraps into incredible dishes that create a more secure food system. For more info,This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

solarpanelsThe Climate Action and Green Building committees invite you to become a part of the landscape of renewable energy at UUAA by making a donation to add to the number of solar panels on the church roof (and having a tile with your inscription added to the Energy Plaza).

You can pick up a Sustainable UUAA brochure from the literature rack in the entryway or follow this link for more information and a downloadable donation form.

UUAA’s Challenging Racism group invites all to the Fahs Chapel at 1:30pm October 14th for a powerful presentation about those who live soulfully with one foot in one world and one foot in another. César Valdez grew up in an area of the U.S. defined by culturally Mexican traditions but with people who also very much identify as "all-American." Come learn how we might build bridges across vast divides. 

The Chalice Circle program is kicking off its 12th year at UUAA. Each Circle includes eight to twelve members, including two facilitators. Circles meet at UUAA twice a month, for 14 sessions, from mid-October through May. This year's schedule:

1st and 3rd Sunday afternoon                  1:30-3:30     starting 10/21
1st and 3rd Monday evening                    6:45-8:45     starting 10/15
1st and 3rd Tuesday evening                   6:45-8:45     starting 10/16
1st and 3rd Wednesday evening              6:45-8:45     starting 10/18

In addition, we are offering a 20s/30s Chalice Circle this year.
1st and 3rd Sunday afternoon                  1:30-3:30     starting 10/21

 Sign up in the Social Hall, or learn more by following this link...

IMG 7702Registration is open for fall SGD classes. Register your children online or get a paper form on the SGD Table during Sunday Social Hour. 

The Spiritual Growth and Development (SGD) program empowers youth to explore themselves and the world from a Unitarian Universalist perspective.

From September through May, classes are offered during both Services to give students a place to learn and grow, (Note the 9:30 service only has classes for Nursery-3rd grade). Each grade follows a curriculum that is specific to the student's life stage.

For more information, visit www.uuaa.org/sgd.