NEW:  Dinner Circles Now Include Vegan and Family Friendly Options

There is no better way to meet new people and form deep bonds than to share a meal together. Now is the time to sign up for spring Dinner Circles. The deadline to join a spring dinner circle is Sunday, January 28. Please complete the online form. If you haven't yet tried our Fellowship Dinner Circles, they're a great way to get to know other UUs. Join with a partner, as a single, or as a family with children. Dinner Circles are groups of 6-8 people (plus children for Family Dinner Circles) that commit to having dinner in one another's homes approximately once a month. Dates, times, and menus are chosen by the group.

Women's Chocolate Party

It is time once again for the Women's Chocolate Party. It will take place on Saturday, February 10, starting at 6:00 pm. It is at the home of Lucy Kaplan, 660 Chester Road Winston-Salem. All women and mature teen age young women are invited. All you need to bring are things to be dipped in chocolate. Don't bring crumbly things or too small items. Or you can bring your favorite beverage, I supply the chocolate as well as other goodies. Your women friends and relatives are welcome. Remember the more the merrier. This party is not just for Fellowship women. Come meet people from other organizations that I belong to.

Join Us For Dinner and "9 to 5"

The first Fun and Games Committee “Dinner and a Play” program of the new year will take place on Saturday February 10th and feature dinner at the Fourth Street Filling Station followed by the Theatre Alliance production of the musical, “9 to 5.”  Group tickets for “9 to 5” will be $16.50 each.  We will meet for dinner at 6:00 p.m. and the play will begin at 8:00 p.m.

Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry of NC

On Sunday, Jan. 28th at 9:15 at the adult Forum the Rev. John Saxon and lay leader Doug Rhodes will tell about the Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry of North Carolina, and why this is a critical time for congregations in North Carolina to work collaboratively on justice initiatives. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FORUM WILL BE HELD IN THE FELLOWSHIP HALL FOR THIS SPECIAL PRESENTATION.

Americans United - Mar 27 - "We the People: African-Americans and the U.S. Constitution"

"'We the People'": African-Americans and the U. S. Constitution", will be the focus of a panel discussion led by Fleming El-Amin at the March 27 meeting of the Triad Chapter of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. The public is cordially invited to attend the panel discussion and Q&A session, which will be held at the Polo Park Recreation Center (1850 Polo Rd.) in Winston-Salem from 7:00-8:30 p.m.

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