Weekday Book Club Selections

We meet at Books-a-Million on Atlantic Boulevard from 1:00-2:00 pm.

  • December 8: Run by Ann Patchett: a novel about secrets, duty, responsibility, and the lengths we will go to protect our children.

WE WILL ALSO DISCUSS RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE COMING YEAR.

We Need a New Stitch & Bitch Coordinator!

Stitch and Bitch will be ending after the November 6th meeting — UNLESS it finds a volunteer to coordinate the event. This role consists of reserving the Social Hall, creating Facebook events, and being available to or coordinating someone to unlock the Social Hall for the meeting. If you are interested, please contact Elizabeth Anthony at elizabeth.anthony831@gmail.com.

Healthy Eating Class November 3

Healthy Eating Class is this Sunday, November 3 at 12:30 in the Fletcher Room. We will learn a few things about portion control, and Chef Lisa will be making a Kelp-Noodle salad. Delicious and nutritious! She also will be making an interesting dessert. So bring your taste buds and be prepared to learn how to stay healthy.

Path to Membership November 10

Interested in becoming a member and learning more about our community? Check out this month’s Path to Membership November 10, from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. in the Anthony Room.

Weekday Book Club Selections

We meet at Books-a-Million on Atlantic Boulevard 1:00–2:00 p.m.

  • November 4: The Gatekeepers – How the White House Chiefs of Staff Define Every Presidency by Chris Whipple (973.920922 Whipple)
  • December 8: Run by Ann Patchett – a novel about secrets, duty, responsibility, and the lengths we will go to protect our children.

Women of All Ages November 12

UUCJ Women of All Ages meet Tuesday, November 12, in the conference room of the Regency Square Library, 9900 Regency Square Blvd., 6:00-7:30 p.m. Please note our meetings have changed from Thursdays to Tuesdays. All women members or friends of UUCJ are invited.

Caring Candles

Congratulations to Meg Rohal on the birth of her grandson, Samuel Linden Mouzon, on October 9, 2019; 7lb. 3oz and 21.25 inches long. His proud parents are Christine Rohal and Nate Mouzon.

Constance and Robert Miller thank everyone for their cards and notes of support.

Speaker Bio for October 27: Rt. Rev. Laurie Denman

Rt. Rev. Laurie Denman is the 3rd Degree Arch Priestess and Temple Keeper for the Chosen Path Church, a full Temple of the Correllian Nativist Church of Wicca (CNCoW) and is the Master of Records. Rt. Rev. Denman also serves as CFO, Dean of Students and a Dean of Mentors for Correllian Education Ministries, the seminary of the CNCoW, found at witchschool.com. Professionally, she spent 40 years in Finance & Accounting at a major world bank and is now a Business Consulting Manager for a world-wide consulting firm.

She is an attuned Reiki Master and instructor and a Correllian Shaman and Shaman Guide. She is a charter member of the NE FL Pagan Leadership Coalition and is an active Faith Leader in the Jacksonville community. She has two grown children. Her hobbies include water gardening, traveling, playing World of Warcraft, doing crafts and spending time with her pugs and her pet tortoise.

Trunk or Treat at Buckman Bridge October 26

Our congregation is invited to join Buckman Bridge for their annual trunk or treat and haunted forest.

Trunk or Treat 2019

Saturday, October 26, 2019
6:00-8:00 p.m.
Buckman Bridge Unitarian Universalist Church

Come if you dare!

Join LRE, CUUPS and other zombie friends for BBUUC’s annual Trunk or Treat! 6:30 – 8:00. Costume and pumpkin carving contests, creepy crawly dishes, Beacon’s Haunted Forest, and of course our Best Trunk Competition promise to make the evening absolutely Spooktacular!

ICARE Community Problems Assembly

Monday, October 28 at 7 PM at Christ the King Church at 742 Arlington Rd.
The Interfaith Coalition for Action, Reconciliation and Empowerment (ICARE) has their first big event for this year next Monday.  This is an opportunity to hear about the work of ICARE for justice in Jacksonville.  In ICARE problems are reduced to workable issues which then are presented to the city leaders to implement.  At this event a new problem will be chosen and updates of current issues will be presented.
Dr. Greene, Duval School Superintendent will be speaking.
ICARE makes action happen!  This is your opportunity to participate.
For more information contact Lois Hoeft, 904-477-8320.