blue green

Sunday Services:

10 a.m. May 8: "The Blue Green Hills of Earth"

An important part of Unitarian Universalism is the sense of mystery and wonder that triggers a "wow" feeling inside us.

This Earth Day service uses the congregation's imagination and a system of maps to draw our gaze outward, from our street, to our city, to our state--all the way to our Milky Way galaxy. Worship leader: Nicole Navarro.

Looking Ahead:

10 a.m. May 15: Welcoming New Members with the Language of Covenant

10 a.m. May 22: Love Into Being

10 a.m. May 29: Multigenerational Service

 

News:

Our New Home

We have received conceptual proposals for the new building and we hope that you have had a chance to look at the designs and give feedback on the ideas that you feel are most critical to be included, or not, in the final building plan. The renderings and evaluations forms are at 4 Palmer St.

You may opt to see links to both print and online evaluations, as well as links to the different designs. These are on a password protected site. The password is the same as that of our WiFi at church. If you don’t know that password, contact us at joellen.miano@gmail.com or ouellettem@charter.net, and we will forward that information to you.

Pick either the print forms at the Fellowship or the online forms. Each has some written details on the designs. Read it. Look at the renderings (at 4 Palmer St. or online) and record your comments and suggestions. If you use the print version, you may bring it to service on Sunday and place it in the envelope on the Greeters’ Table.

As a reminder, these are only general/preliminary designs representing various design elements for our consideration. They are not meant to be voted on, but rather, they are meant to stimulate discussions around the “issues and opportunities” for each of the concepts and help us determine and communicate to the architects the elements that we like, what we don't like, and what features we feel will best meet our needs and desires for the new building.

With all of the exciting activities over the past few weeks, many of you may not have had a chance to review the designs, so we are keeping the comments period open a bit longer—until May 8. We want to give everybody a chance to give their input.

If you have ideas or comments on what you hear or read about the Kansas Avenue Project, please contact a member of the Steering Committee who are also liaisons for the various aspects of the project: Darlynn Bates(Design), Jerry Bates (Finance), Ursula Jones (Board), Dorothy Latta (Communications) and Ben Wright (GBA liaison).

REMEMBER: Submit your KAP survey on the architects’ designs by May 8, either by completing the online forms below or by printing the form and emailing it or setting it on the Greeters’ Table during the Sunday service.