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the_week@horizonuu a publication of horizon unitarian universalist church horizon unitarian universalist church • 1641 w. hebron pkwy. • carrollton, tx • 75010 6334 t: 972 492 4940 • f: 972 394 05 • email:


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Horizon encourages you to attend weekly worship here within your community, on Sundays at 10:30AM

February 23 “Staying Awake” Rev. Hamilton In his poem, “Summons,” by Robert Francis, he implores us to Keep me from going to sleep too soon Or if I go to sleep too soon Come wake me up. Come any hour Of night. Come whistling up the road. Stomp on the porch. Bang on the door. Make me get out of bed and come And let you in and light a light. I just read that 40% of our actions are habitual. I think that is low. Gurdief said we are sleepwalking through life. Anthropologists observe how cultural norms predict most of our behavior. What’s it like to be awake? Really awake?

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Thank You to These Families Who Turned in Pledge Cards as of Feb. 20th! If your name is not listed, please turn your card in quickly. Cards are available at the Welcome Center, in the office or on our website. Thank you for your gift! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34.

Terri Allison Linda Alred Betty Andrade Robin Anstead Judy Bailey Beth Bargar and Randy Lisbona Erin Beach Ted Belden Ellen Bell and Dale Moon Mary Bittle John Bloomer Kim Bolin Charles Boyd Ellen Bratton and Floyd McGlothlin Patti and Jerry Burns Susan and Peter Campagna Roxanne and David Cassard Lisa Casto and Joel Woiton Sarah and Brian Chadderdon Elaine Commins Gay and Ron Cox Betty and Dan Crane Kay and Kent Darwin Eileen Dashiell Jocelyn and David Dunham Kristin Eoff Jolene Fee Nancy and Grant Foreman Carol Franzen and Steve Klarer Deb and Eric Freeman Greg Gent Peggy and John Gill Rebecca Ginez Marga Gordon

35. Elizabeth Gustwick and Diana Bracken 36. Marie Hansen 37. Courtney Harris and P.J. Blanco 38. Robin and Chad Hebert 39. Peter Hendee 40. Nikki Henderson 41. Kim Higgins 42. Neera and Steve Jackson 43. Suzanne and Dave Johnsen 44. Neysa Johnson and Steve Tryon 45. Kimberly and Charlie Jones 46. Marte and Ed Keller 47. Diane and Jon Kiser 48. Judith Lane 49. David Laubach 50. Alita and Glen Lichtenwalter 51. Lucy Lockwood 52. Lisa Lungren 53. Peggy and Jay Luippold 54. Karyn Maynard 55. Carolyn and Bruce McClung 56. Jan McDowell 57. Madira and Michael McKee 58. Loraine McNeill 59. Eddie Meaders 60. Jamie and Rob Moore 61. Bill Moore 62. Mary Morris and Rowland Harvey 63. Bobbi and John Myers 64. Kapi Nance 65. Karen and Acie Nobles 66. Nancy and Toni Nori 67. Nelta and Larry Owen

68. Menaca and Bhaskar Padakandla 69. Megan and Spencer Peacock 70. Ann Pettit 71. Sandy and Dan Pierce 72. Marty Robinson 73. Patsy and Gordon Roe 74. Jane Roehl 75. Sarah and Dave Roye 76. Lynn and Scott Schulns 77. Pam Schuman 78. Beth and Walter Simmons 79. Shanna Sims-Bradish 80. Rachel Smith 81. Mackedie and Warren Spiker 82. Beth Blake-Hedges Sproat and Alan Sproat 83. Sandy and Guy Steele 84. Rosie and Adam Stolfi 85. Holly and Todd Stout 86. Steven Sturdivant 87. Wendy Sue 88. Bunny and Bob Summerlin 89. Kent Taylor 90. Christy and Chris Thompson 91. Lindsay Tinnin and David Turner 92. Cindy and Alan Treece 93. Ruth and Steve Trudeau 94. Peter Turla 95. Gisele and Ron Turner 96. Tina Ulakovic 97. Beth and John Webb 98. Marty and Janna Wertheim 99. Nancy and Jim Yank

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SOCIAL JUSTICE: Ending Hunger and Poverty in the World

Horizon Donates $9,000 Dollars to Heifer “We have all needed a helping hand in our life. Start a cycle of positive change by helping others as you have been helped. The giving spirit grows exponentially with each person it impacts.� This note is posted at website, and it is very accurate: most of us know what it means to live needing help. Horizon Unitarian Universalist Church is a congregation of people who understand that so well. We donate to Heifer every year; it is in our Social Justice tradition. This month, thanks to our Social Justice Committee and to your generous donations, Horizon accounting office has processed a $9,000 dollars check and mailed it to Heifer. Thank you, Horizon!

“Horizon Unitarian Universalist Church of Carrollton has always been committed to social service and social action in the community. In our twenty-seven year history Horizon brought the CROP Walk to the community, has had regular blood drives for twenty years, has sponsored and participated in annual marches for human rights, peace, GLBT rights, and others, helped to bring Martin Luther King celebrations to the community, helped start a school age parent program at Mary Grimes School, has heavy involvement in and support for Metrocrest Social Services. Horizon brought a Family Place outreach center to Carrollton, sponsored a church in Romania, had food drives, repaired seniors houses, taken the youth to four Habitat for Humanity projects, taken the Coming of Age Youth to Boston for the last ten years, others to the Global Village, and raised emergency support for disaster relief - to name a few of the examples of how we live our faith." (Horizon Strategic Plan)

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New Trees on the Horizon Horizon members and visitors are going to be able to enjoy several new trees that we planted on our grounds this week, a few gorgeous Oklahoma redbuds and red oaks. Our grounds committee group, including Ann Pettit and Marte Keller, worked many hours to prepare the soil and to bring these “babies” in. Now the trees are here for everyone to enjoy! -

These trees will be beautiful – says Ann – People will be able to see it right away, coming in at our west entry.

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Last Call to Sign Up!

Usher/Greeter Luncheon and Training February 23, 12:30 to 2:30

Take a look at what’s on our Agenda! Lunch! Rev. Dennis Hamilton – Welcoming visitors from different cultural backgrounds Marianna Seaton and John Gill – ●

Welcoming members and visitors dealing with memory loss, with homelessness, with mental illness. General guidelines about responding to crises

Lauren Daniell - How to help visitors and children with RE information A tour of the building to locate the wheelchair, first aid station, fire extinguishers, classrooms And we will also go over the Usher and Greeter tasks in detail and cover any new procedures. The Welcome Team is a great place for members who are searching for a beginning volunteer service at Horizon! And this training is the perfect time to find out all about it. Sign up at the Welcome Center this Sunday to save your place at the table! Childcare is available by emailing

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A Note from the DLRE * By Lauren Daniell *

Announcements: Children’s and Youth RE Attention, Teens! Save the date… North Texas Youth Rally Community UU in Plano April 11-13 (Friday pm-Sunday am) Registration information coming March 1

Child and Teen Art Show at Horizon Reserve your child’s spot by March 15th Would you like to see your child’s art on display in the sanctuary? Art on the Horizon will sponsor a Horizon child and teen art show in mid-April. Any child of a Horizon member may submit a piece/pieces if a parent or guardian contacts by March 15th.

Attention High School Seniors/18 year olds Bridger’s Lunch - March 2nd 12:30-2:00pm Our eighteen year olds and graduating high school seniors are invited to a pizza lunch in the Horizon library on Sunday, March 2nd from 12:302:00 pm. You’ll meet your fellow bridgers, learn a little about the Bridging process and start looking at life from the perspective of a young adult, all in preparation for the Bridging Ceremony April 27th.

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COA Carwash – March 16th

Come get your car washed on Sunday, March 16th and help support our 9th grade Coming of Age class earn money towards their heritage trip to Boston this summer.

UU Summer Opportunities for All Ages Here is a short listing of camps, trips, and events for UU families and single adults. Click on the links for more information

Summer Activities For Families and Adults General Assembly (“GA”) Providence, Rhode Island June 25-29, 2014

SWUUSI: Southwest UU Summer Institute Western Hills Guest Ranch near Hubert, Oklahoma July 20-25, 2014

Mississippi Civil Rights Tour with the UU College of Social Justice various locations in Mississippi July 5-12, 2014 Rising 10th graders-adult for more information.

Camp U-Bar-U Work Week Kerrville, Texas June15-21, 2014 for families and individuals

photo by Microsoft

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Summer Opportunities For Youth Camp-U-Bar-U Kerrville, Texas Junior Camp, July 6-12, 2014 for rising 7th-9th graders Senior Camp, July 13-19, 2014 for 9th-12th graders and those just graduated from h.s

Camp Murray June 15-21, 2014 Lake Murray, Oklahoma Rising 9th- high school seniors who just graduated For more information, email Ann McDermott, youth director

Unitarian Universalist College of Social Justice Youth Justice Training New Orleans July 12—20, 2014 Boston July 19—August 1, 2014 Seattle: dates TBA Rising 10th – high school seniors who just graduated

UU Summer Camp For Children Camp U-Bar-U Kerrville, Texas June 29-July 5, 2014 rising 3-6 graders

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Upcoming Events for Children and Youth

March 2nd: Bridgers’ pizza lunch, 12:30-2:00pm March 9th: Spring Break schedule begins. No classes preschool-5th grade. Childcare available for children up to 5 years old. Children invited to attend the service. Have a great spring break! March 16th: No classes preschool-5th grade. Childcare available for children up to 5 years old. Stay tuned for special children’s activity TBA. March 16th: Coming of Age Carwash during the service March 22-23rd: (Sat pm-Sunday am) OWL lock in #2 (tentative) March 23rd: Classes resume for all children and youth, preschool-12th grade April 6th: Annual YRUU Service - Youth conduct Sunday service April 11-13th: (Fri-Sun) North Texas Youth Rally, Community UU Church in Plano April 18th: (Friday) Passover Seder April 20th: Easter Egg Hunt, nursery – 5th grade April 27th: Bridging Ceremony for high school seniors during the service with reception following. May 4th: 9th Grade Coming of Age Credo service

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Announcements: Adult RE “Spirit in Practice” with Tina Ulakovic Organizational meeting Tuesday, March 4th 7:30 pm

Do you have a spiritual practice? “Spirit in Practice” is a class designed for those who don’t yet participate in our yoga or Buddhist Sangha groups, or who wish to explore a variety of spirtual practices. This class will help Unitarian Universalists identify their spiritual needs and develop regular disciplines, or practices, of the spirit—practices that help them connect with the Sacred, with other people, and with their inner selves.

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“A Long Strange Trip: The Complete Video Guide to Unitarian Universalist History” with Lauren Daniell and guests

Part II – The Birth of Unitarianism (1553 - 1794)

Two showings: Sunday, March 9th 12:30-2:00 pm OR Horizon Library

Wednesday, March 12th 7:30-9:00pm Fellowship Hall

The second installment chronicles those who carried on Servetus’ message after his martyrdom, primarily Faustus Socinus and Georgio Biandrata, and how they carried his message forward to religious liberals in Poland and Transylvania. It documents the influence of Servetus, Socinus, Dávid Ferenc, and various Polish Unitarians on the early English religious liberals such as John Biddle and Thomas Emlyn, and the work of Theophilus Lindsey and Joseph Priestley in forming an organized English Unitarianism. It discusses the split between the Arian and Socinian Unitarians in England. It mentions the early feminist work of the Unitarian Mary Wollstonecraft. It concludes with the emigration of Joseph Priestley from England to America in 1794.The same segment will be shown twice to accommodate members’ schedules. Close-captioned. Reserve childcare at

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First Wednesdays “Planting� Wednesday, March 5 7-9 pm

picture by Microsoft

What will you be investing in this spring? Your family? Your soul? What will we be planting in society? Love? Justice? Compassion? We reap what we plant. Can we be boldly honest with ourselves and see what seeds we have been planting? Join the Rev. Dennis Hamilton, Lyssa Jenkens and Lauren Daniell for an exploration of the Horizon monthly theme Brown bag dinner and conversation begin at 6:30 Reserve childcare at

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YOU! ************************************ This is your opportunity to serve Horizon by being on the Board or Nominating Committee for 2014-2016.

************************************ It takes committed, energetic, inventive and fun loving people to serve on the Horizon Board. Is that you?

Applications are eagerly being accepted.

Contact Mary Morris at for an application and further information. ************************************ Deadline is March 24, 2014.


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CALENDAR: What’s Going On At Horizon? SUNDAY FEBRUARY 23 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Sunday Morning Journey Group - P2 - Couch 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM Adult Religious Explorations - E3 - Library 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM CAYRE - Child Care - S1 - Nursery 10:15 AM - 12:30 PM Library Ministry - Open for Browsing - E3 - Library 10:30 AM - 10:45 AM CAYRE - Children's Chapel 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Main Worship - SH - Sanc. 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM After Church Lunch Bunch -- All Are Welcome! - Other - Offsite 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM Usher/Greeter Appreciation Lunch and Training - FH - Fellowship Hall

MONDAY FEBRUARY 24 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Wings Chalice Circle - E3 - Library, KI - Kitch, S1 - Nursery 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM SMART Recovery - FH - Fellowship Hall 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM Membership Committee - E3 – Library

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Horizon Book Club - E3 - Library 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Buddhist Sangha - P1 - Lg, P2 - Couch 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM Tuesday Wisdom Circle - E3 – Library

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Library Ministry - E3 - Library 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Bridge Class - P1 - Lg 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM WFIG (Women's Friendship in Growth) Chalice Circle - E3 – Library

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM Worship Arts Committee Meeting - MO - Minister's Office 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Choir Practice - FH - Fellowship Hall 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM New Beginnings Chalice Circle - E3 – Library

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Candlelighters - FH - Fellowship Hall 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM FREE MOVIE NIGHT!!! - SH - Sanc.

SATURDAY MARCH 1 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Men's Support Group - E3 - Library 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM HP Rehearsal - SH - Sanc. 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM UDV - Church Rental

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Adult Religious Explorations Contact:

Sunday mornings 9:00 – 10:10 am Horizon Library

February 23, 2014

Metrocrest Services presentation by Bunny Summerlin, former Executive Director of Metrocrest, and Nicole Newkham, Senior Director of Development and Special Programs. Bunny will give a historical perspective and Nicole will give information on current programs, its role in the community, and the 2013 merger of Metrocrest with Senior Adult Services. There will be time for Q & A.

After Church Lunch Locations Visitors and members welcome! Directions available at the Welcome Center. When we go to a restaurant, we meet there approximately 20 minutes after the service ends. First ones there please get a table for 10+ under the name “Horizon”. February 23rd: Pei Wei Asian Diner: 713 Hebron Pkwy, Lewisville, TX 75057. Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Thai, and Vietnamese dishes. Fresh, quick and casual. Lots of choices. $ - $$

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ART ON THE HORIZON In Retrospect: Scratching the Surface Paintings, monoprints, and drawings Laurie Weller * February 23 – March 30, 2014

Scratch: verb. 1.a. To make a shallow cut or mark with something sharp.

Surface: noun. 1.a. The outer or topmost boundary of an object. b. A material layer, constituting such a boundary 2.

The superficial or outward appearance of anything.

Stratagraphic use of color and transparency are very important elements in my work. The paintings and drawings demonstrate my interest in anthropology and archeology, and use burying and overlapping to display these concepts visually. A sense of space and the passage of time is indicated by the way that the spaces in the overlapping layers expose the history of the layers underneath. In some of the images this is achieved illusionistically, and in others, I use collage in a literal manner to created overlapping images. None of my work is formally visualized at the outset. The paintings work outward from the surface in layers that I change with each mark, unclear as to intent, until the last mark is made. I sometimes feel that I am blindly making gestures with color, intuitively creating order out of a kind of chaos. When all the elements within my work make a kind of order, the piece is finished. It is easier to describe a finished piece than the process of finishing it. When I find that the drawing or painting involves an interesting complex structure of dominant and subordinate elements, (i.e., relationships of marks to marks, color to color, activity to static shape) then it is considered complete. If one were to unearth the layers in my work one would find many different paintings, only parts of which are revealed in the top layer. Some works are added to, erased, sewn on top of, painted over, scraped off, before the final “state” is achieved. Each painting is a separate evolution of the editing and re-editing of these various states. The pieces either develop self-referentially, or grow out of visual experience. For example, “Night Thorns and Fireflies” is inspired on a visual level by cactus and fireflies. Thorns and light are two kinds of

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visual marks that I respond to, in terms of formal visual vocabulary. Personal symbolic significance is also attached to these “marks”. My interest was not to imitate nature, but to abstract certain characteristics and refer to these while developing my own statement. Experiences serve as information to nibble on, and sometimes feast on, in the creation of an image from the blank paper. The first thing that I do while working is to cover the paper with color. Rarely do I use the same colors or apply them in the same way in the beginning of the works. As a work is developed, applying layers of paint, paper, pastels, thread, or using other mark-making implements, I recall various experiences. These are often visual, yet not exclusively. Other sensory stimuli include music, food (color, texture, spice) and even include my empathetic response to squirming maggots I once watched a fisherman use for bait. These memories, sometimes supplemented by photographs, become the references from which the work is abstracted. From this warehouse of images I extract and evolve new images and relationships. This was my first statement, written in 1980. I have found throughout my years of painting that the words are often relevant. I am pushing different boundaries, layering in different ways, responding to different tunes, for many of the same reasons. I feel that I have only begun to “Scratch the Surface” and look forward to discovering where this work will lead me.

Laurie Weller

It’s a great pleasure to exhibit Laurie’s work. Regular art shows in our sanctuary are a way to reach out to the local community of artists who visually reflect the spirit of our church. We in return, reflect back to the community the spirit of our faith. Horizon receives twenty percent of each sold piece of art. To purchase an artwork, make payment at the church office (be sure to make notation about the piece of art you are buying) and mark the card below the piece of art “SOLD”. Horizon Art Coordinators, Linda Alred, Nikki Henderson and Marianna Seaton are happy to assist you.

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Campout News * By Paul Nelson *

Spring Campout April 25-27 at Eisenhower State Park It’s 40F in the garage, 17F outside, with snow flurries, so naturally we are thinking forward to late April, when the vegetation will be green, flowers will be in full bloom and the weather should be mild. Perfect time for camping! Horizon will join Community UU church for the spring camp out April 25-27 at Eisenhower State Park. We have reserved all of the shelters in the Deer Haven campground. All UUs from the NTUUC congregations are invited. Full disclosure: This is the same weekend as the SWUUC Annual Meeting/Conference, but it posed the fewest conflicts with other weekend events.

Useful links: ¨ Map of Eisenhower State Park: ¨ Eisenhower State Park web site: ¨ General information about Community’s campouts: ¨ Campout reservation: ¨ Campout payment: click here (If you don’t wish to pay on line, mail your check, made out to CUUC, with ‘Outdoor Adventure’ memo, to 2875 East Parker Road, Plano, TX 75074.) If you have any questions, please contact Dick Hildenbrand at

Thank you, Paul Nelson

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Elva Roy (member of Pathways UU/Board member of nonprofit Funeral Consumers Alliance of North Texas “FCANT”) and Jim Bates (Board President of FCANT are hosting a “Death Over Dinner” event to encourage individuals and families to discuss death and what should happen when you or your loved one dies. The purpose of this event is to take the “taboo” out of the death discussion. Elva and Jim will conduct a fun and lively discussion about various options available to a family when someone dies, such as (1) Do It Yourself home funerals where families take care of their own dead, with little or no involvement of a funeral home which is perfectly legal in Texas and is becoming more popular; (2) green burials (what it is, cemeteries with a green section, requirements, etc.); (3) least to most expensive arrangements with price estimates; (4) discussion of the federal FTC “Funeral Rule” and your consumer rights when dealing with funeral homes; Q&A. During the second hour, while eating, you will be encouraged to discuss your experiences and thoughts about death with your table mates. Bring your family. No charge, except you will pay for your own meal.

Death Over Dinner ( Sunday, February 23, 2014 from 4:00-6:00 pm Los Jimadores Restaurant and Tequila Factory (private room in the back) 3314 Harwood Road Bedford, TX 76021 RSVP to Elva Roy at (817) 557-5700 or by email (so restaurant can staff appropriately)

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Special Groups

If you are considering attending one of these groups for the first time, it is a good idea to contact them via email for more information and to get an orientation of what to expect in your first visit!

CURIOUS ABOUT SCHEDULE? You can check the calendar at Horizon Book Group: 4th Tuesdays 12p. ( ) The Horizon Book Group meets at 12 Noon on the fourth Tuesday of each month in the church Library. Every June and November the group decides on the books for the following six months. Bring a brown bag lunch and join in this fun group that is open to women and men. You’ll be able to share in an invigorating conversation on the session’s book. Current selections are found in the Library information niche in the lobby/narthex. For more info, you may contact Buddhist Sangha: Tuesdays 7 PM - 9:00 PM. ( ) Buddhist Sangha ("Sangha" is equivalent to a covenant group) is a weekly gathering that studies the Dharma (the teachings of Buddhism.) This is an ongoing exploration of the Four Noble Truths and the Eight Fold Path, the essential teachings of Buddhism. It is participatory and although consistency is encouraged, sessions can be attended on a drop in basis. We welcome anyone interested in a meditation practice. If you wish to come for an orientation, please arrive by 6:30. If you wish to view materials, e-mail Dennis Hamilton at or call 972-529-8187. The UU Christian Chalice Circle ( ) The UU Christian Chalice Circle provides a forum for enriching our spiritual lives through personal discovery of the heart, meaning, and tradition of Christianity. We gather monthly on the 1st Sunday at 9AM in the library for discussion, fellowship, and exploration. All those seeking to connect (or re-connect) to the beauty and wisdom of Christianity are welcome to attend. The CineMat Group ( ) The CineMat group will be meeting on the 4th Saturday every month. And it’s now a Chalice Circle!. This Chalice Circle gets together to see a movie and then goes to a coffee shop or restaurant to discuss and comment on it in a friendly circle over a cup of coffee or drink. People should call Meg Reed or Marga Gordon for more info, or email

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GAMERS: 3rd FRIDAY FUN AT HORIZON! ( ) Come join us for adult level games on the 3rd Friday of every month. We meet in the Fellowship Hall at 7:00 p.m. Bring a snack or drink to share! Healthy Women Chalice Circle ( ) A woman’s support group to help achieve their goals of health and fitness. Sharing of ideas and experiences in nutrition, weight loss, exercise and stress management. Men’s Saturday Support Group ( ) A men’s support group that includes a check-in and informal discussion of men’s issues regarding family, health, workplace, and relationships. Starts at 8AM The 2nd Tuesday Potluck Chalice Circle ( ) This group meets for food, fellowship, and deepening friendships. They meet in the library 2nd Tuesday of most months at 12 noon. Occasionally we take a field trip instead of having a potluck lunch. Tuesday Wisdom Circle ( ) A chalice circle that offers a check-in and discussion of a weekly life issue topic selected by a group member. Parents – Forget Red Bull, WE’LL give you Wings! (every other Mon, 9a) ( ) WINGS Chalice Circle is a fun and friendly group whose purpose is to support the person within each parent by creating friendships and nurturing our intellect and creativity. The Women’s Friendship in Growth (WFIG) Chalice Circle ( Meets on the 2nd, 4th, and 5th Wednesdays of each month from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. We welcome women of all ages to join us for fun, connection, and growth. We share stories from our lives and discuss topics that help us get to know one another better. Recent programs have included How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci: Seven Steps to Genius Every Day, a night of Board Games, and TED talks on the Power of Vulnerability, Connected but Alone, and Body Language. We’d love to have you in our group! To find out more, contact Nancy Foreman or Sarah Roye at Young Adults Chalice Circle Contact for more details.

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2/23/14 The Week @ Horizon  
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Horizon UU Church Weekly Newsletter