Colorado College is initiating a project to build a sports venue on the block to the northeast of the church (north of Dale between Tejon and Nevada). The college is holding several public meetings to discuss the impact (game night traffic, parking, etc.) to the surrounding community.
The next meeting is Saturday, January 19 from 10:30-noon at Colorado College Tutt Library, 1021 N. Cascade Ave. For more information about this development, including additional meeting dates and times, see the project’s website.
Be sure to check the Events Calendar for upcoming events and group meetings.
This month’s newcomer welcome potluck will be on Friday, 1/25, starting at 6pm in the Small Hall at ASUUC. This potluck is open to all newcomers interested in learning about the Unitarian/Universalist faith, the activities within All Souls, and to meet many active members of the church. There will be a sign-up sheet at the Welcome Table on Sunday, or you can call Lynne at 425-443-3332 for more details.
One thing that we can all agree upon in the New Year is that we don’t take enough time for self-care and music can be a remedy for the most troubled soul. Take a little time out of your busy schedule 6-7 pm every third Wednesday of the month for All Souls’ Ukulele Club. We will watch tutorials and help one another learn how to play one of the world’s sweetest instruments. With only four strings and a bit of ambition, we will de-stress, have fun, and who knows: maybe learn how to play the ukulele. Please email ASUUC member Rosie Love with any questions.
Fellow artists, come join our group. This gathering is meant to be friendly, relaxed, fun, and of course… creative!! Bring in your favorite art supplies and a brown bag lunch. 2nd & 4th Thursdays at ASUUC. Creative time will be 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM, followed by a social lunch. Please email Pam Brown with your contact information (name and phone number) if you are interested.
Connecting with fellow survivors and having a safe place to release emotion and share our stories can be an essential part of healing from domestic and/or sexual violence. All Souls is providing a safe space for a secular women’s survivor support group 6-7pm every third Thursday of the month in the Small Hall. If you are interested in attending, please email ASUUC member Rosie Love to be put on the attending list. Given the sensitive nature of this group and for the safety of our survivors, the church will be locked and attendees will only be permitted entry if they are on the attending list.
Facilitated by Barb Elstun, MSW and Ruth Meinking, LPC. 6-8pm Mondays, 2/4-2/25. Barb and Ruth have created a 4-week group to explore the stages of grief and loss, provide experiential processes for inner healing, support from the group, and practices or tools for ongoing well-being for the grief process. Cost: $80 due by 1/28. Class size limited to 10. For questions, please contact Rev. Nori at 719-633-7717, Ruth at 719-231-2842, or Barb at 719-641-6028. To learn more about Barb or Ruth, see their websites: www.ahigherisight.com and www.ruthmeinking.com.