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MARCH 7                                                                   MARCH 8


730    STEVE BURKE                                                ZIWEI REN

755    BREAK                                                            BREAK 

810   ROSE N' THORNS                                          BRINDIN SAWYER

840   LOJO RUSSO                                                 MOULTON HILL TRIO

910    BOB & KYOKO NAKAMARU                       SOMETHIN' ELSE

930   BREAK                                                            BREAK

945   HERSONG                                                       PETE SEEGER TRIBUTE

1012  PETE SEEGER TRIBUTE                             RYAN ESPE & FRIENDS

1045  GREEN VALLEY REJECTS                         BOB & KYOKO NAKAMARU 

Want to know more about our church and Unitarian Universalism? Come to the next "Getting to Know UU" class on Saturday, March 15th, at 9:00 am, where Rev. Wolin with the help of several members of the congregation will introduce you to the history of Unitarian Universalism and of our congregation through a slide show which dates back to the 1850's.

The organizational structure of this church will be discussed and opportunities to become involved will be on the agenda.  There will be discussion about the benefits and expectations of becoming a member of this congregation; the class will end with a mini-connection circle led by John Dunsheath.

This class is open to all - if you are currently a member and want to renew your involvement here, or gain more information, or meet new people - you are welcome. If you are a visitor and want to know more about us, you are welcome.

This class is not a prerequisite to membership - nor are you expected to join if you attend the class.

The class begins at 9:00 am and concludes at 1 pm with a light lunch being served. We do ask that you let us know if you will be attending, and if you would like child care so that we can be prepared with enough food and childcare providers.

Please call the office (563-359-0816) to register.

Our July book detailed the the struggle of freethinking men and women since the founding of our nation to maintain separation of church and state and to promote ideals such as anti-slavery, women's rights, and civil rights.

Our next meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday, August 21st at 7:00 p.m . We will discuss the monograph "Regaining Balance: The Evolution of the UUA" by Michael Werner. See Jack Wiley for copies.

RSVPs not required, but appreciated. Karen Fowler's contact information is in the  directory, or contact Stephanie at qcuu@mchsi.com. Anyone who is on FaceBook is welcome to join the FaceBook group "Happy Human Book Club of the Quad Cities." To join, contact Karen Fowler.

"A Promise Called Iowa" is a film produced by Friends of IPTV in 2007, will be shown in the sanctuary of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Quad Cities, 3707 Eastern Ave. Davenport at 7 PM on August 2nd.  
Potluck from 5:30 to 6:30.You are welcome to bring your own table service. Film to follow.

We hope to have the discussion leaders and Lien Truong, the External Affairs Assistance of  the Vietnamese Community with us for dinner.

Discussion to follow led by Robin Clark-Bennett of the U. of I. Labor Center and Amy Rowell Director of World Relief in Moline.

"On Being a UU", especially good for new UU's but also good for those who just want to think more about being a member of this congregation. A sign-up list will be available in the lobby. Please contact John Dunsheath (j.dunsheath@aol.com) if you are interested or have questions.

It starts the first Wednesday in March, goes for 8 weeks, and will be in the rope room, just at the end of the stairs where the older kids hang out.

Mark Your Calendar!

The next environmental film to be shown is Fresh, on Friday, March 8 at 6:30pm, at the UUQC. Note this is a week later than usual. It also coincides with the regular game night (5:30pm), and new member potluck (6pm), therefore the movie will be shown in the boardroom.

Both an enlightening documentary and a stirring call to action, FRESH outlines the vicious cycle of our current food production methods, while also celebrating the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are reinventing our food system.

  • Starring: Ytit Chauhan, David Ball
  • Directed by: Ana Sofia Joanes
  • Runtime: 1 hour 11 minutes

This movie showing is available thanks to the Eagle View Sierra Club!

12/21/12 Winter Solstice Service - 7:00pm          

Where is the Light? Solstice: from the Latin sol stetit meaning sun stood still. Join us as we pause, along with the sun, to contemplate where we find the light. We'll share the ritual folklore of the winter solstice, as well as our own insights, through story, poetry, sharing and song. 

*Childcare is available.  Please contact the Congregational office or Sarah Moulton, DRE  ahead of time if you are in need of childcare so we can make arrangements

This is taking place at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Quad Cities, 3707 Eastern Avenue, Davenport, IA 52807 for questions please call Stephanie the Office Administrator at 563-359-0816