Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington, KY

Calendar and Upcoming Events

Church Calendar

The church keeps an online detailed calendar of what's going on at our church facilities.

Please keep in mind that not all events are posted on this calendar. Contact office@uucl.org if you would like a room reserved.

You can also check out our newsletters: the Weekly ENews and The Uniview which comes out quarterly. Please check out the announcements for volunteer opportunities and more.

Church Schedule

Sitting Medi​tation
Sundays, Allen House, 9:00 AM
Come join us for meditation in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh. Contacts: Kari O’Connor, indigohilldesigns@gmail.com or JoAnn Prosser, hapahow@hotmail.com.

Sunday Sangha
Sundays, Allen House, 9:45 AM
Join us for a group-led adult Buddhist discussion hour. Contacts: Kari O’Connor, indigohilldesigns@gmail.com or JoAnn Prosser, hapahow@hotmail.com.

Holley Bookstore    
Summer Schedule: 1st & 3rd Sundays
Sundays, Fellowship Hall, 12:30 PM    
Closed first Sundays. Contact: Rachel Wade-Harper, redewrwh@gmail.com.

LexCU​UPS 
Sundays, Allen House, 1:00 PM
We promote the practice of Pagan and Earth-centered spirituality in a UU environment. All interested persons are welcome. Contact: lexcuups@uucl.org.

 

Recurring Events

Adult C​hoir           Rehearsals resume August 8th with a music lesson, then in full on the 15th.
Wednesdays, Great Hall, 6:30 PM
Like to sing? Join the UUCL Singers as they rehearse, discover new music, and have a blast! Contact: Sally McCord, music@uucl.org.

Nia
Tuesdays, Fellowship Hall, 6:30 PM  / Saturdays, Fellowship Hall, 9:30 AM
Combining dance, martial arts, and mindfulness, Nia is a holistic fitness practice addressing each aspect of your life - body, mind, and soul. Nia is for every body and fitness level. Contact: Marie Conger, mccconger@gmail.com.

Open Door Zen
Thursdays, Great Hall, 6:30 PM
Zen for Real Life with David Parks. Exploration and transformation of life through meditation, koan practice, and community. Contact: dparkram@gmail.com.

Taoist Tai Chi 
Mondays, 11:00 AM & Wednesdays, 7:00 PM, Fellowship Hall
Visitors are welcome to come and observe at any time. UUCL does not provide information on programming and costs. Contact: Pat Griffin, taoisttaichilexington@gmail.com.

Upcoming Events

Women for Sobriety
Wednesday, August 15, Allen House, 7:00 PM
Bluegrass Chapter meetings are open to anyone who identifies as a woman and who is or wants to be free from alcohol dependency. Contact: Sarah, wfsbluegrass@iglou.comAll inquiries are confidential.

A Taste of Grace
Friday, August 17, Cathedral of Christ the King, 299 Colony Boulevard, 7:00 PM
This annual silent and live auction event was started to develop grace in the Lexington area through fundraising initiatives. Each year, a different nonprofit organization is chosen to receive all proceeds. This year’s event will benefit Baby Health Service, which provides medical care to uninsured children. Tickets are $50. Eric Huffer will have tickets available in the Foyer each Sunday before the event. Contact: Susan Cohn, slcohn@yahoo.com.

Breakfast at the Catholic Action Center
Saturday, August 18, 1055 Industry Road, 8:00 AM
We provide, prepare, and serve breakfast. Contacts: Pat Lake, pal9972@gmail.com, or Marion Joseph, marionjoseph@sbcglobal.net.

Cardinal Valley Elementary Mentors Meeting
Sunday, August 19, Purple Classroom, 12: 30 PM
This meeting is open to anyone interested in participating in the mentoring program at CVE. Those who have mentored before do not need to attend unless your clearance is not up-to-date or you have questions. This will be UUCL’s fifth year of organizing the mentoring program, and will begin the week of September 10. Contact: Pat Bennett, cve@uucl.org.

Breakfast at the Catholic Action Center
Saturday, August 25, 1055 Industry Road, 8:00 AM
We provide, prepare, and serve breakfast. Contacts: Pat Lake, pal9972@gmail.com, or Marion Joseph, marionjoseph@sbcglobal.net.

UU 101
Sunday, August 26, Purple Classroom, 12:45 PM
Are you new to UUCL? Would you like to know more about our church and about Unitarian Universalism? All are welcome to join us, childcare is provided, and we would love to see you there. Contact: Linda Porter and Steve Stone, membership@uucl.org

Celebrating World Cultures
Sunday, August 266:00 - 8:00 PM
UUCL is beginning a monthly event which will feature guests from other countries, who will share food and life stories from their country. Guests can share photos, stories, music, dance, games, art, traditions, or whatever they wish. Courageous cooks are invited to make a dish from the specified country for all to enjoy. This will be a great way to build your international cooking skills! Invite your friends; everyone is welcome. Our first event will feature Morocco, with special guest Faith Evans! Presenters can sign up by emailing uucldre@uucl.org.

UU 101
Sunday, August 26 Purple Classroom, 12:45 PM
Are you new to UUCL? Would you like to know more about our church and about Unitarian Universalism? All are welcome to join us, childcare is provided, and we would love to see you there. Contact: Linda Porter and Steve Stone, membership@uucl.org

Game Night 
Thursday, August 28, 6:00-9:00 PM, Fellowship Hall
Bring a game and a friend and join your fellow game players for an evening of fun. Some games will be provided, so if you don’t have anything to bring, just bring yourself! Please email Erika if you would like to be added to our mailing list. Contact: Erika Emrick, eeeeka@gmail.com.

First Sunday Potluck
Sunday, September 2, Fellowship Hall, After Service
Please bring a hearty dish to share, and join us for fellowship this Sunday. This is a great time to meet people in the community. As always, visitors and newcomers are invited to be first in line! If your last name begins with Q, R, or S, please try to be available to help with setup or cleanup. Contact: Lora Lee Clark, loralclark@aol.com

Women for Sobriety
Wednesday, September 5, Allen House, 7:00 PM
Bluegrass Chapter meetings are open to anyone who identifies as a woman and who is or wants to be free from alcohol dependency. Contact: Sarah, wfsbluegrass@iglou.comAll inquiries are confidential.

Humanist Forum
Thursday, September 6, Fellowship Hall, 7:00 PM
Promoting the use of rational inquiry and compassionate human interaction without supernatural considerations.

 

Holley Book Club
Sunday, August 5Purple Classroom, 1:30 PM 
All are welcome to attend our discussion of “Beyond $15,” by Jonathan Rosenblum. Stop by the Holley Bookstore to sign up for email updates or check out our blog at www.holleybookstore.wordpress.com, stop by the Bookstore, or contact Rachel Wade-Harper at 865-591-0696 or holleybookstore@gmail.com.