WORSHIP SERVICE TIME
Sundays 11:00 a.m. to approximately 12:15 p.m.


Join us for Food and Fellowship after the service!

ADDRESS
511 S. Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim, CA 92805

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UPCOMING WORSHIP SERVICES
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    May 8, 2016: "Legacy"
    by Rev. Karen Stoyanoff
    What do you want to be known for? How do we live in a way that allows us to create the legacy we want to build in the now and to leave behind in the future?
    Service Leader:  Iasu Gorfu

    May 15, 2016: “Restorative Justice"
    by Rev. Karen Stoyanoff
    Can we find a way to resolve conflict, injury, or wounds without punishment? Restorative Justice offers that possibility while holding the parties involved responsible for reparations and apologies – taking ownership of their role in the conflict. This method can be used by society as a whole or by individuals or small groups – even in our congregations.
    Service Leader:  TBD

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    Posted by Anaheim UU Church
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EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
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    Phone Number & Office Hours
    OFFICE HOURS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITH NOTICE
    Church Office: (657) 208-3606
    Please call the church office for any questions or email at uuanaheim@gmail.com, but office hours will be suspended until April 18, 2016. Calls and emails will be answered within 24-48 hours time.  Thank you!

    Economic Justice Ministry

    As part of our new Economic Justice Ministry, which includes service, education, witness, advocacy and justice, we will feature a local non profit so UUCA members & friends can learn more about our community as well as have an opportunity to serve.

    This month's homeless service provider is Oma's Angel Foundation, originally founded to help women, children, and people in need. They are currently focused on helping the over 450 people living in the Santa Ana riverbed who are a part of an estimated 4,000 people experiencing homelessness in Orange County. Some of their work includes collecting and distributing supplies to folks living in the riverbed - veterans, families including pregnant women, chronically disabled individuals. We asked Heidi Zimmerman from Oma's Angels what are the top 10 items needed:
    • Canned goods high in protein such as chicken, beef, ham, and beans.
    • Bottled water, preferably Smart water, Gatoraid or something similar.
    • Batteries of all sizes.
    • Sleeping bags & blankets.
    • Vitamins.
    • Sanitizers & baby wipes.
    • Clothes, especially socks. (Please, only new socks or underwear. Other items can be gently used.)
    • Tents & tarps.
    • Empty plastic bottles. Many folks live from recycling proceeds.
    • Chocolate. Not a necessity but a welcome luxury.
    We will be collecting these items every Sunday in April. Look for the donation bin in the lobby.

    Oma's Angels was also part of a coalition of advocates from Anaheim, Santa Ana, as well as others including the ACLU of Southern California that recently petitioned the Orange County Board of Supervisors for more humane treatment of people experiencing homelessness during trash clean ups of the riverbed. As a result, people can now keep their medications, IDs, and other belongings. 


    If you would like to learn more about advocacy opportunities in Anaheim & Orange County, please join members of the Anaheim Poverty Task Force and other countywide individuals & faith organizations serving people experiencing homelessness at a workshop & power analysis on Saturday, April 30, from 9am till noon, at Anaheim High School. See Linda L. for more details. 


    UUCA Bingo Nights
    EVERY FIRST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH
    Time:  6:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
    Place: UUCA Church
    A game of chance in which each player has one or more cards printed with differently numbered squares, on which to place marks when the respective numbers are drawn and announced by a caller.  The first player to mark a complete row or other pattern of numbers is the winner!  The buy-in amount is $15 for the first book of game cards and $10 for each addition set.There will be at least 12 cash prizes distributed every Bingo evening. A great fundraiser for the church.

    Saturday Afternoon Forum
    SCREENING: "PAYING THE PRICE FOR PEACE: THE STORY OF S. BRIAN WILLSON" 
    Date:  May 21, 2016
    Time:  2:00 p.m.
    Place: UUCA Church
    With Special Guest: Frank Dorrel
    Vietnam veteran S. Brian Wilson paid the price for peace as he was run over and nearly killed by a military train during a non-violent protest.  Since then, he has not stopped calling attention to the US government's defiance of international law through waging endless illegal wars.  "Paying the Price for Peace" exposes the truth about the United States' addiction to war and the lies it perpetuates in order to wage ongoing violence.
    For more information or to RSVP Contact Ruth Shapin: ruth@shapin.org or 714-633-0922

    Church Retreat
    ANNUAL RETREAT AT CAMP DEBENNEVILLE PINES
    Date:  June 10-12, 2016
    Time:  all weekend!
    Place: Camp deBenneville Pines, San Bernardino Mountains
    Our wonderful church camp weekend this year will be June 10-12, 2016.  Information about the weekend, registration forms and any questions about the retreat can be retrieved or answered by Judy Brazell (judy2write@yahoo.com).  Information is also available in the church lobby.  The camp website is www.uucamp.org

    Posted Apr 18, 2016, 8:06 AM by Anaheim UU Church
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