Time: Every Sunday at 9:00 a.m. in the R.E. Building
Contact: Iasu Gorfu (email@example.com)
Details: Iasu Gorfu has published several books in two Ethiopian languages: Amharic and Tigrigna, and one in English: Gorfu Contra Nietzsche, a valuation of Nietzche and his written works. Check it out on Amazon! Iasu has been leading the Philosophy Discussion Group at the UU Church of Anaheim for many years. The group picks the subject or a book to study, and participants are encouraged to express their views on the topic or reading. All church members and friends are encouraged to join.
Current Topic: Now discussing "Liberation Philosophy"
Time: Every Sunday from 9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the R.E. Building
Contact: Ruth Shapin
Details: The Issues Forum discusses current and controversial issues that vary each week. The facilitators, Ruth Shapin and Anita Rivero, lead the discussion. Some recently discussed topics include the death penalty, labor issues, the war against women, and drone attacks. Come and join us for a friendly, robust discussion. While we may sometimes disagree, we always listen respectfully to all points of view!
Current Topic: Now discussing the recent elections.
Time: Every Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
Details: More information >>
FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP
Time: Every Sunday immediately following the service at UUCA.
Details: Join us for buffet lunch and fellowship with our church community. Bring a dish to share if you'd like.
SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE
Time: First Sunday of every month at 12:30 p.m.
Details: The UUCA Social Justice Committee meets the first Sunday of the month after the service, and everyone is welcome to attend. Some topics on our agenda include our community outreach forum—the Program for Progressives, issues of nuclear disarmament and immigration, and Anaheim's interfaith coalition on homelessness. See the Poverty Task Force web site for more information.
Find more about our social justice activities here >>
SOCIAL JUSTICE BOOK CLUB
Time: Second Sunday of every month from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Contact: Henry Byrd at (714) 449-9450
Details: Informal book discussion.
Current Book: "People Get Ready: The Fight Against a Jobless Economy and a Citizenless Democracy" by John Nichols and Robert McChesney.
WORLD RELIGIONS CLASS
Time: Fourth Sunday of every month from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Details: A class in world religions will be conducted by Diana Morita. This will be a study group of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Confucianism, Taoism, Hinduism, and Buddhism. For more information, see Diana on Sunday.
Time: Third Tuesday of Every Month, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Contact: Contact Judy Brazell at 714-999-1077 or Mary Chittendon at 714-331-9461 for location.
Details: Meet monthly and knit, crochet, or get help knitting or crocheting. We've been making little caps and blankets for premature babies (very small). We also now have sewing patterns. Come and experience the UU fiber magic!! We meet the 3rd Tuesday at 3:30, but trade off houses. Open to all, including non-knitters.
Time: First Friday of Every Month, 6:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Details: 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.
THE COVENANT GROUP
Time: Second Saturday of the month, 3:30 p.m.
Contact: Debbie Iadevaia
UUCA SATURDAY AFTERNOON FORUM
Time: Saturday Afternoon once per month
Contact: Ruth Shapin
Details: Presents speakers and programs on a variety of topics. Consult our newsletter or web page for dates and times. We invite you to bring snacks to share.
Board meetings are usually held after lunch in the main sanctuary on the third Sunday of each month; they are also open to the public. The Board is responsible for UUCA operations between Congregational meetings.
Members of UUCA since 1960.
“We were attracted by the ongoing peace and social justice activities. We welcome the opportunity to interact with folks of diverse cultural backgrounds and beliefs. We enjoy the intellectual and spiritual stimulation afforded by the philosophy group, the Issues Forum, the book club, the Social Justice Committee, and the monthly Program for Progressives, as well as the variety of Sunday morning services.We also enjoy the weekly international folk dancing, and singing in the choir with our dynamic music director. And it's great to have a potluck lunch with our members and friends every Sunday after our service.”
—Ruth & Ted