No meal will be provided, but we still have great programming!
Vespers: Begins at 6:30pm and programming begins at 7 pm. Programs: Multigen – Fibre Friends (Sandburg Hall); General Assembly Information with Kim Collins (RE4); Creating Your Own Memorial with Rev. Mark Ward (Sanctuary).
Please Note: We will not be offering dinner as part of The Wednesday Thing in the month of March but folks are welcome to bring their own food and share a meal together in Sandburg Hall. Vespers will still begin at 6:30 and programs at 7:00.
Coming Soon at The Wednesday Thing
March 4: Create Your Own Memorial w/ Rev. Mark Ward How we hope to be remembered at our deaths is not the first thing on most of our minds. But for those left behind, it can be a great comfort to know what our wishes are. Lead Minister Rev. Mark Ward and Pastoral Visitors will lead a workshop on how to plan for a memorial service and other arrangements at or near our deaths.
March 4: General Assembly Information Session w/ Kim Collins Come find out more about the UUA General Assembly happening this year in Providence, Rhode Island in June. Have questions about GA? Interested in serving as a UUCA delegate? Join us!
March 11: Cultural Competency Talk w/ Members of the UUCA Board Come talk with members of the board about the Intercultural Development Inventory, the continuum of cultural competence, and ways we can use these big words to ponder the possibilities of widening our welcome to those who step through our doors!
March 25: Hidden History of Asheville Some of Asheville’s racial history is hidden away, and some of it is hidden in plain sight. Patton, Vance, Merrimon, and Dickson. Who were the people behind the names? Join local educator, Betts Conti, in a discussion about how we as a community are affected by who and what we choose to remember. Middle school youth, high school youth, and adults will find this program fascinating and informative.