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FUUN is closed today, March 5th due to inclement weather


The Digital Signage Meeting Scheduled for Tonight, March 4th is Canceled


Spring Forward – Set your clocks an hour ahead! Daylight Savings Time begins Sunday, March 8th at 2:00 am.

Don’t forget to set your clocks one hour ahead Saturday night (or if you’re a very early bird – officially at 2:00 am Sunday morning).


Wednesday Night Dinner Canceled Tonight, March 4th


Herb Fair class Wednesday March 4th CANCELED

Sadly the class facilitator has fallen ill; please keep an eye on our website for a rescheduled date.


Art in the Sanctuary Community Conversation Continuing!

The last two conversations were small but lively discussions about how we feel about art in the sanctuary. The Worship Committee is working on a policy addressing art in the sanctuary and would like to hear from more people. Please join us on Wednesday, March 4, at 7 pm in the Social Hall.


Like to Work With Digital Displays?

Want to be in on the ground floor of an exciting audio-visual adventure? Wednesday, March 4th there will be an informational meeting about new digital signage we’re developing. We’re building a display that will let visitors and members know about our congregation, events, and items of interest. If you’d like to learn more, and see how you might be involved, plan to be in the Fireside at 7 p.m. Wednesday.


Adult Religious Education – March 2015

Classes meet on Wednesday nights 7:00-8:30 p.m. and Sunday mornings 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., unless otherwise noted. The schedule is subject to change; please check the Announcements blog here for current information.

Childcare is available on Wednesdays and Sundays, and on other days only if specifically stated.

WEDNESDAY CLASSES

Making Crepe Paper Flowers The class facilitator has fallen ill, so this class is canceled.
March 4 – Classroom A (main building)
Longing for Spring? Learn from Dale Waymack how to make crepe paper flower stems that will be offered for sale at this year’s Herb Fair. No special skills needed to make these delicate beauties that will last beyond the blooming season, and all materials provided.

Pressed Flower Bookmarks
March 11 – Classroom A
(main building)
Join Lisa Pasto-Crosby and Paige DeBenedittis to make our ever-popular pressed flower bookmarks for the Herb Fair in this class. No expertise required, all materials provided, and lots of flowers to choose from.

Herb Fair Herbs: How to Grow Them
March 18 – Classroom A
(main building)
Our own Sara Plummer, past Herb Society of Nashville President, will review the planting of herbs, including the main herbs that every garden might include. She will have samples of new herbal products for this year, and will talk about some of the new plants that will be for sale.

Making Felted Soaps
March 25 – Kitchen & Alcott Sitting Room (Morgan House)
Making felted soaps is very easy, and these are very popular at the Herb Fair. If you can wash your hands, you can felt soap! Come and learn how to do this and help provide a popular item for the Fair. All materials will be available, no experience required. With Becky Bowman and Cindy Wood.

SUNDAY CLASSES
There are no Sunday classes this month.

SATURDAY CLASSES

Discovering Your Gifts
March 14 – 9 a.m.-3 p.m. – Morgan House

Join Michelle Pederson, our ministerial intern, for a reprise of this popular program. Each person has unique gifts, skills, and talents. Have you wondered how yours might fit with the needs of FUUN and the wider community? We will uncover what specifically calls to your heart and what gifts you bring to respond to that issue. Through a process of discernment (deep listening to the self) we will explore such topics as what energizes you, matching motivations to opportunities, and identifying barriers that might keep you from using your gift. Join us for this fun filled and rewarding exploration.

This class filled up fast the first time, so email Michelle now to reserve your space: intern@firstuunashville.org. Everyone will be asked to bring a bag lunch. Childcare will be available; let Michelle know when you email her if you will be bringing children, how many, and their ages.

Pressed Flower Original Cards
March 21 – 1 p.m.-4 p.m. – Pasto-Crosby Home
Join Lisa Pasto-Crosby and Paige DeBenedittis to make these cards for the Herb Fair. These are a popular item, and give maximum range for creativity, since they are a larger space than the bookmarks. We’ll be restocking the notebooks, so the flower choices should be excellent! Contact Lisa at the number in the church directory or at herbfair@firstuunashville.org for directions to her home.


Peter Mayer Concert – Canceled

Due to inclement weather, the Peter Mayer Concert has been canceled. Tickets will be refunded at Church this Sunday.


Church Leadership Positions – Call for Nominations

The Nominating Committee is developing a slate of candidates for leadership positions in the church, and we are seeking help from the congregation. At the annual meeting in June, the congregation will elect representatives to the following positions:

Vice President/ President-Elect (Board of Directors)
Finance Council Chair (Board of Directors)
Secretary (Board of Directors)
Trustee
Nominating Committee
Parish Minister’s Advisory Committee
Associate Minister for Music’s Advisory Committee

We are also seeking chairs for the following committees: Adult Religious Education, Facilities, Fellowship, Fundraising, Membership, Stewardship (co-chair), and Social Justice (co-chair).

Other positions may open up; please keep checking the church blog for the most current list of open positions. If you have an interest in serving in one of these roles, or you wish to recommend someone else, please contact a member of the Nominating Committee (Cindi Brown – chair, Clark Moore – chair-elect, Carol Bapty, Jack Bleik, Lawanna Edwards, Bill Latimer, Sharon Ruiz).


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