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The UU Congregation of Asheville is offering the following program on September 29 at no cost or obligation to their members and friends as well as to members and friends of other UU fellowships and congregations in our area:
The Legacy Circle of the UU Congregation of Asheville cordially invites members and friends to a special presentation on Saturday, September 29. “Questions You Didn’t Know to Ask About Planning for Incapacity and Estate Planning” presented by Caroline Knox, elder care attorney. The presentation will begin at 10:00 in UU Asheville Sanctuary (1 Edwin Place, Asheville) with cider and assorted pastries in the lobby area at 9:30. This important topic is being offered at no cost or obligation to all UUCA members and friends, as well as other UU fellowships & congregations in the area.Please RSVP by 9/20/18 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Finding Buddha from Within with Marc Mullinax, Oct. 3, 5:30 – 7:00pm
At the Congregational Church of Tryon, 210 Melrose Ave., Tryon
TBUUF and The Congregational Church of Tryon (UCC) will be presenting an evening of fellowship and food and to explore another world faith. At the event, Marc Mullinax will present an introductory “Dharma Talk” on Buddhist Basics. Included at the talk will be relevant historical stories of the Buddha, his basic teachings, the roles of karma and enlightenment, and the influence that meditation has in the 21st Century. A light meal will be provided; UCC is providing the main course and as part of the jointly presented event, invites TBUUF attendees to bring a dessert. Please RSVP to: email@example.com
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Deeper Than The Skin, Sat., Oct. 27 at 7pm, UU Fellowship Hendersonville
“Deeper Than The Skin” is a presentation by Reggie Harris and Greg Greenway on race in America. Both international singers/songwriters and performers, they will tell the quintessential American story and our ability to overcome. This event will take place on Saturday, October 27th at 7:00 P.M. at the UU Fellowship on 2021 Kanuga Road in Hendersonville. Suggested ticket donation price is $15.00 each and may be purchased at the door.
Reggie Harris is a Woodrow Wilson Scholar and Music Education Director of the Living Legacy Project of the Unitarian Universalist Association. He co-leads tours through the historic sites of the Civil Rights movement in the South and has led hundreds of programs on Race and Social Justice. Greg Greenway, part of the Folk Trio “Brother Sun”, has been heard on NPR’s “All Things Considered”, “Mountain Stage” and “Car Talk”. He has also played at Carnegie Hall.
For over 30 years Reggie and Greg have brought the issue of Race to audiences all across North America. Born three days apart in Richmond, Virginia, they are on a pilgrimage together. Harris and Greenway conducted workshops at SUUSI this summer and participated in worship services and concert hour performances. Their events were inspiring and enlightening.
For those interested in attending and/or carpooling, please contact Robbie ter Kuile at 817-0382 or Phil and Sheila Nungesser at 625-3060.