Social groups meet regularly to share life’s ups and downs, connect to each other in a deeper way than they could after a worship service on Sunday morning, and often share common crafts or interests.
Would you like to get to know more people from the VUU community? Join the Circle Suppers group and participate in monthly pot luck dinners. A purely social event, there are no requirements aside from having a good time. On the first Saturday of each month, small groups of 8 or 10 meet at a host’s house for a delicious meal with a variety of side dishes. The hosts and attendees are always changing, so each month you will get to meet and visit with new people. Participants are not required to host and most dietary restrictions can be accommodated. Singles, couples, and families are welcome, and you don’t need to be a VUU member to participate.
Contact: Nick Carr [email protected]
Contact: Janice Miller [email protected]
Knitters and crocheters come together to create garments for those in need. Examples include hats and Christmas stockings for the homeless, tiny caps for newborns at hospitals in the area, and shawls for VUU women battling serious health issues or grieving the loss of a loved one. Yarn and shawl donations are welcome.
Contact: Sue Keen [email protected]
Join Rev. Tina Squire and Steve Kraynak each month for a justice-centered book discussion from the perspective of our Unitarian Universalist values.
Contact: Frank Mundo [email protected]
Contact: Johnnie Godfrey [email protected]
A supportive social group for single people within and outside the congregation membership. All sexual orientations welcome.
Contact: Claudette Wassil [email protected]
Like-minded travelers who search monthly for the best Happy Hour in the Valley! Members and non-members are welcome.
Contact: Susan Lacy [email protected]
Meeting once a month after the Sunday service, women share their thoughts about what’s on their mind, welcome guest speakers and share seasonal topics of interest, all over a pot-luck lunch.
Contact: Margaret Stewart [email protected]