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Julia's Message

Julia's message is taken straight from the November issue of our church newsletter, Contact. It's worth reading, more than once.
"From the Ministerial Intern
There is a squirrel in my backyard; well, there are many, but there is one in particular that we see a lot of. First we saw him checking and rechecking holes in the flowerbeds. Then we saw him tackling the bird feeders. Lately he’s taken to sitting in the hanging basket we put squirrel food in and just chowing down. He knows a good thing when he sees it; he also knows that his search may get harder soon and he really is working hard to make it through the winter.It’s gotten me to thinking that many of us are going to have a more challenging winter than we’ve had in other years. And I wondered what we could do, following the example of the squirrel, to prepare. I think the answer to that is probably different for everybody, but I suspect that for most of us, finding ways to stay connected is going to rank pretty highly on the list of helpful things to do. Some wonderful folks here at BUC have come up with a few ways to make that easier that you’ll be hearing more about in the coming weeks; I encourage you to really consider taking advantage of those offers of connection. I’ve taken, in recent weeks, to buying a few greeting cards every time I’m out and sending a few out each week. It feels so good to reach out and I am already enjoying the return mail.What would help you feel plugged in during the coming months? Can you plan a little to make the colder time better? If I lived closer, I’d leave a bucket out for BUC folks –maybe chocolate or mints, greeting cards and notepaper instead of corn, but it would be good to see you there, gathering what you need.Be well friends. We can get through this together, even when we are apart.~ Julia"

Buddhist Meditation

Reverend Marcia Curtis is temporarily canceling the Sunday evening meditation until further notice. For more information please click redlotussangha.org.
We hope to resume the meditation and dharma talks in the next few weeks.

Religious Education

        

Childcare for our youngest is available during services.
                

All children are welcome!   

 

 

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