In-person and on Zoom: Opportunities for Connection, Learning (& Un-learning), Discussion & Healing

 

Community Song Circles

4-5:30 PM Every first and third Friday of the month at HUUF

“Group singing is a powerful catalyst for social change and community building. We sing for the joy of creating something beautiful together in the moment.” Maggie McKnight

Community song circles welcome all voices, bringing together people who love to sing, regardless of experience level. Song circles don’t focus on performing for an audience; instead, learn songs from a variety of traditions by call-and-response, and sing for the joy of creating something beautiful together in the moment. Group singing is a powerful way of connecting with each other, and with something deep within ourselves—and the music we make as we support each other through song call forth the singing voice that is every human’s birthright. Led by Maggie McKnight

 

Yoga at HUUF

5:30-6:45 Every Monday at HUUF

Friend of the Fellowship, Jami Michelle Kessloff, will be offering Sunset Yoga for all levels. Jamie brings 16 years teaching experience as a yoga instructor & healing arts practitioner. Her training focuses on therapeutic alignment and connecting to one’s brightness from within.

*Accessible for all bodies. This offering takes place indoors with a HEPA air filtration system, proper air circulation/ventilation, with heat on if needed to support health and Covid safety.  

Donations will be gladly accepted for this open /drop – in engagement (suggested donation is $10). No one will be turned away for lack of funds.  

 

HUUF for Black Lives Matter!

12-1:30 PM Every Saturday, on the corner of 4th & V in Eureka

We, the people of Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, wish to show our continued support and solidarity with the cause and community of Black Lives Matter. Toward that end, we are committing to having a weekly presence at the corners of 4th & V in Eureka every Saturday from 12:00-1:30 pm. Please join us in holding signs, and being a visible presence for this important and vital voice in our community and country.  You can volunteer to hold one end of our Black Lives Matter sign for an hour, with another HUUF member/friend or bring a sign of your own to amplify our presence and voice there.  Contact Chip Sharpe for more information: chipsharpe@sbcglobal.net 

 

HUUF Reflections Group

Every Thursday 6-7 PM on Zoom

 

An open discussion group that offers a safe space for sharing while practicing deep listening. Discussion topics are chosen the previous week.

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Ancient Forest Sangha

7 PM Every Thursday

A Buddhist community practice. This group meets most weeks with the addition of a quarterly “Day of Mindfulness”.

To inquire or for more information, please contact Val Gizinski @ polkaqueen@gmail.com  or check out the Ancient Forest Sangha website here: https://ancientforestsangha.org/

 

Sharing Poetry Conversations with Pat McCutcheon

2-3:15 PM Every Friday on Zoom

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Soul Matters Sharing Circle 

Soul Matters is a small group experience created for Unitarian Universalist congregations that includes spiritual exercises, inspirational readings and questions that encourage reflection on daily living that helps participants explore monthly themes in more depth.

7-8:30 Every second Wednesday of the month in the HUUF Care Building, facilitated by Margy Emerson.

6:30-8 PM Art Matters: every month (Wednesday/exact date TBD, check the online calendar) at HUUF, facilitated by Amy Day and Bridgette Garuti. This monthly offering incorporates DIY art along with the regular discussion. Donations are appreciated for the materials provided.

No long-term commitment is necessary to engage here.  Come as you are and when you can. We welcome you. 

 

Chalice Dinners

Many early spiritual and religious traditions emerged from simply breaking bread together – being in one another’s company and sharing conversation about the type of world we wish to live in and build collectively.

These groups form based on geography, so you can create mutual aid community in your neighborhoods. Groups commit to meeting at least six times with each other. Sign up by filling out this form.


 

You Can access Zoom links and View more meetings by visiting the CALENDAR page of our website. 

 

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