Lake Fellowship

of Unitarian Universalists


LFUU Annual Meeting

The program or lack thereof is going to be the Annual Meeting.  Anybody is welcome to attend, but only members have voting privlidges.  Please try to be on-time so the meeting can begin as close to 10:30 as possible.  The meeting will take approximately 90 minutes which will be followed by a light lunch.

05/15/2011 - 10:30am

Musical Performance by Don Penn and Carol Zimmerman

Carol "Z" has been singing and performing on all kinds of stages, as a solo artist, backup singer,
songwriter, keyboardist and guitarist. Her unique style and passion makes it impossible to label
her, since she tailors her sound to fit the lyrics she writes. Along with her own originals, she
sings pop songs from eras past to present hits of today. She has done music for films, children’s
videos, company promos, jingles, churches, schools, and she is a regular performer/speaker

05/01/2011 - 10:30am

An introduction and an invitation to Possibilianism

In 2009, Neuroscientist and author David Eagleman coined the term "Possibilianism" to define a new philosophy that neither supports or denies the existence of a supernatural, and instead embraces uncertainty and encourages active exploration in an attempt to learn more about what we know and don't know about all that is around us. Member Marnie Karger will share a short video of Eagleman's explanation of Possibilianism as well as lead us in small and large group discussions based on the topic.

03/27/2011 - 10:30am

A Sunday Morning of Pure Joy, Fun and Prizes

"We don't stop laughing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop laughing" (Michael Pritchard). Laughter will be the norm during this Sunday morning. Jokes will be told, interesting thought-provoking fun questions will be asked, games will be played, and many prizes will be given! In other words, Louis Asher will be our presenter! Louis, a long-time friend of Lake Fellowship, is a retired Researcher/Statistician and instructor. He worked at 3M Co. for 39 years and was known as a very practical, motivating and extremely entertaining/fun instructor.

04/17/2011 - 10:30am

Our new Web Site!

Matthew Tift and other members of the LFUU Web site committee will present the new and improved Web site to the fellowship. The new site features more easily accessible information as well as an interactive forum that will foster an even greater sense of community and discourse among our fellowship members.

04/03/2011 - 10:30am


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