ADULT PROGRAMS WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS
November 17 – 23, 2014
Programs to watch for in the coming weeks!
PREQUEL TO MAJOR MUSIC
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3 AT 7:30PM
Fall Adult Program Brochure
JOBSEEKER BUDDY GROUP
Theresa Howe, Tom Neel, Ed Yee, 9:30-11am, Library
The jobseeker buddy group is a support group for people that are looking for a new job or to transition into a different job. We typically go around the room and review the activities from the prior week, provide support and ideas for what could be done in our respective job searches, provide each other with referrals, tips, resume critiques, etc. It is a great way to keep the momentum up during a job search and relate to others in a similar situation.
James Hencke, 8-9 p.m., Library
In meditation practice, we allow ourselves to dwell in the present moment. We find that by developing our awareness and compassion we can open ourselves, relax into situations, and enjoy our life!
BELMONT ALLIANCE LUNCH AND PROGRAM
12 noon, Upper Hall
ALL WOMEN AND MEN WELCOME!
Bring your own sandwich; we will provide soup, beverage, and dessert. The suggested lunch donation is $1.00 per person.
The Alliance program will be at Tufts University’s Art Gallery
. We will car pool, leaving First Church by 12:45 pm. The recommended donation for the Art Gallery is $3 per person and includes free parking and a free guided tour. The tour is about 45 minute long.
To help us prepare for the number of attendees for this event, it is important to call Susan Street (tel. 617-484-1054, x.201) and let her know that you will attend and the number of guests you will bring.
FIRST CHURCH BOOK GROUP
Karl Klasson and Anne Stuart
In November, the First Church Book Group will celebrate another night of poetry when we will share, ponder, savor, and discuss the poetry of Elizabeth Bishop.
Please note, we will meet a week early on
Wednesday, November 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the PARLOR (not the Library).
During much of her lifetime, Bishop was not well known, but she is now regarded as one of the most significant American poets of the 20th century. We invite you to delve into her work and come prepared to read one of her poems that speaks to you, or to just come and listen. You can find her work in libraries and on the web. One place to start is the Poetry Foundation at:
The Book Group is always open to new members and does not require a continuing commitment. Please contact Anne Stuart at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and to confirm attendance. The Book Group will not be meeting in December.
SCIENCE AND SPIRITUALITY
7:30pm, Conference Room
Ken Bernstein and Edwin Taylor
Rino DiBartolo will lead a discussion on C. P. Snow’s
Two Cultures and the Scientific Revolution.
“Oh, those are mathematicians! We never talk to them.” a Cambridge University don reassured a visitor who could not get a response from men on either side of him at High Table. At MIT the tables can be reversed; humanities professors may feel the need to justify their presence on the faculty of this engineering school.
C.P. Snow writes beautifully: Why not read the entire short 54-page book posted at eftaylor.com/SandS? If pressed for time, stop at the top of page 38.
8:00pm, Classroom #4
Come join us in the fun and fellowship of knitting with a genial group on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month. Projects could include knitting for non-profit organizations such as Caps for Kids, making small gifts for the Holiday Fair or working on personal projects. Everyone is welcome and no commitment is necessary. Contact Eva with any questions.
PREQUEL TO MAJOR MUSIC
Wednesday, December 3, 7:30pm, Parish Hall
Ian will help us to understand the intricacies of what we know and love about G. F. Handel’s
Messiah Part I.
The music includes exuberant choruses, poignant solos and mystical recitatives which tell the Nativity story.
Adult Programs Coordinator
617-484-1054 Ext. 207
FCB Website: uubelmont.org
Adult Programs Brochure: Fall 2014