Friday Film SeriesTeaching Thursday

Combining food, fellowship, and education, these programs and classes are provided for members of our congregation and for the community at large. All programs are free. Leaders vary from week to week; most are from our congregation. If you come for the dinners as well, a contribution of $10 is requested. (Please call the church office at 561-627-6105, for dinner reservations.) Come for just dinner — just the programs–or both!

A pdf listing of our 2017 Teaching Thursday Series is available for download here – Teaching_Thurs-2017

NewsTalk

This weekly discussion of current events is led by Allen Maxwell, a retired political science professor from Indiana University Kokomo.  Join us for these sessions discussing local, national, and international news every Sunday from 9:15am – 10:15am in Ministers Hall.   

Second Saturday Book Group

Dates: Second Saturdays -November through April Time: 10:00 am – noon
Leader: Dorie Maxwell doriemaxwell@mac.com
Most of our selections are contemporary novels, complemented with a few classics and non-fiction. We enjoy broadening our awareness by reading books set in various parts of the world. This year we are honoring the centennial of the Pulitzer Prizes by reading several of their fiction winners from earlier years, as well as the 2016 winner. Both members and friends of 1st UUPB are welcome to these discussions. Come for one or for all. If interested, contact Dorie for a list of this year’s readings

 

2016-2017 Book Group Schedule
 

November 12  The Yearling by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings — 1939 Pulitzer Fiction winner.  Author lived in Hawthorne, FL — in central Florida

December 10  Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston —1937.   Author lived in Eatonville, FL — in central Florida — about 2 hrs from Rawlings

January 14   Tales of the South Pacific by James A. Michener —1948 Pulitzer Fiction winner

February 11  The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien —1991 Pulitzer Fiction finalist.  Deals with the Vietnam War

March 11     The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen  — 2016 Pulitzer Fiction winner.  Deals with the Vietnam War

April 8        LaRose by Louise Erdrich — 2016

 

First Friday Film Series

1st Friday at 7pm

Films for adults are chosen by our host. Discussion will follow.  The film is preceded by a potluck dinner.  Contact Henry Gruen for a dish to bring or make a contribution for the meal