Upcoming Events

Rev. Marti Keller Sunday, April 2, 2017 - 11:00am
Frida Kahlo: A Feminist Fandom

Rev. Marti Keller discovered the Mexican artist and cultural icon Frida Kahlo -- as did many millions of moviegoers -- in 2002 when the Hollywood biopic drama was released. As a film and theater critic, she was captivated by the fine performances and innovative production. And after a lifetime of dutiful adulation of New England Unitarian women heroines such as Margaret Fuller, Susan B. Anthony and Louisa May Alcott, the colorfulness and contradictions of Frida sparked a constant fascination that has taken the UU minister to museums, galleries, street vendors, tattoo shops, and internet sites all over the world. Why Frida and who are our Fridas today?

Her talk will encompass just some of her findings from a year, more or less, devoted to the study and somertimes emulation of Frida Kahlo. Please consider bringing objects associated with your own fandom idols. 

Prior to becoming a fellowshipped Unitarian Universalist minister almost 20 years ago, Marti Keller was a critic, reporter, and editor covering the arts and popular culture for daily, weekly and monthly magazines. She also served as a social justice advocate in the arena of reproductive justice and family policy. Currently she resides in Atlanta, GA and is the minister with the UU Women's Federation, whose mission is to advance justice for women and girls and promote their spiritual growth. Rev Keller is also a published poet and blogger:www.revmartikeller.com

 

Pot Luck Sunday, April 2, 2017 - 12:00pm
First Sunday Pot Luck

Everyone brings gifts to the table.

Visitors Welcome.

Please join us following Sunday Service.

Brown Bag Tuesday, April 4, 2017 - 12:00pm
Brown Bag Lunch

Join us for an information brown bag lunch from Noon to 2:00 pm.

Janice Schroeder is coordinating our April gathering.

Eco Forum Friday, April 7, 2017 - 6:30pm
Eco-Forum: Homebrewing

Eco Forum. No bathtub brewing here. Homebrewing has come a long way since grandpa’s “tonic.” Simple equipment is readily available and has made homebrewing fun, safe and easy. John Duncan of the Sneak E Squirrel Brewing Co in Sylva will describe how easy it is to make a brew which perfectly matches your personal taste. And it’s legal.

Come join us on Friday April 6th for this free community program beginning at 6:30pm. All are welcome to meet and greet at and bring a covered dish to share at 6:00pm.

Further info: 524-3691.

Rev. Russ Pregeant Sunday, April 9, 2017 - 11:00am
A Lesson from An Aspen Grove: The Bible, Earth, and "The American Way of Life"

Rev. W.R. Pregeant.

 

Russesl Pregeant is Professor of Religion Emeritus and Chaplain at Curry College and Lecturer in New Testament at Andover Newton Theological School. He is author of several books, including Encounter with the New Testament and Knowing Truth, Doing Good: Engaging New Testament Ethics.

Dale Barrington Sunday, April 16, 2017 - 11:00am
TBA

Dale Barrington.

Mountain Scholarship Sunday, April 16, 2017 - 12:30pm
Soup & Salad Fundraiser

Soup & Salad Fundraiser to support our youth scholarship to The Mountain.

$5 donation for soup, salad, bread, and dessert.

Adam Bigelow Sunday, April 23, 2017 - 11:00am
TBA

Hand in SoilAdam Bigelow. 

Adam Bigelow is Garden Manager for the Cullowhee Community Garden. For more information, please visit Facebook.com/Cullowhee Community Garden.

Join us for this service sponsored by the SEJC Committee.

TBA TBA Sunday, April 30, 2017 - 11:00pm
TBA

TBA

Eric Bannon Sunday, May 21, 2017 - 11:00am
Weavers and Threads

Eric Bannon. When we tell a story, we weave together the threads of our personal experience and beliefs; we express our values, even sometimes unintentionally. When someone hears our story and they are moved or inspired by it,  a little strand from that thread connects the teller and the listener at the heart. We will explore how our personal stories connect us as families and as a community.

Eric Bannan is a musical storyteller whose songs travel the bleak desert highways and lush mountain hollows of the heart. His sound is rooted in folk, driven by foot-tapping funk and seasoned with the blues. More than an entertainer, his mission is to build community with story and song. With over 35 years of performing experience, Eric’s shows are an energetic celebration of life, love and loss.

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