Spring Retreat Registration Begins Feb 10th

Walking the labyrinth at Koinonia Center

Walking the labyrinth at Koinonia Center

AUW Members’ Early Bird registration starts Feb 10 – 22nd, while non-members must register after Feb 24th. You can join AUW when you register, if you wish. The Membership fee is $25/$15, to be renewed each Sept.

Note: Dates of the retreat are April 12-14, 2013

As usual, Retreat registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and must be accompanied by payment.  The fee for 2013’s Retreat is $175 for members and $205 for non-members. This includes 2 nights’ stay and 6 meals (Fri 5pm – Sun 1pm). Scholarships are available upon request.

Registration Forms are now available at the AUW Table in the Social Hall — and you can download a copy here:  RetreatRegistrationForm2013 as well!  This doc also includes Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) when considering to come to the Retreat.

Starting Feb 10th, you can drop off forms at the AUW table on Sundays, at the church office, or mail to AUW care of First Universalist Church (attn Retreat Registrar).  Please note we will not accept emailed forms. 

Specific info about workshops etc will be posted here starting in late Feb.  For general info about the Retreat and about Koinonia Center,  see http://1uauw.org/womens-retreat/.

Rev. Meg Riley, Senior Minister of the Church of the Larger Fellowship.

Rev. Meg Riley, Senior Minister of the Church of the Larger Fellowship.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Rev. Meg Riley is our keynote speaker! Rev. Meg A. Riley is Senior Minister of the Church of the Larger Fellowship, a 3500-member Church Without Walls. She has worked in the intersection of religion and culture in a variety of contexts, including serving as Director of the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Advocacy and Witness staff group, Office of Lesbian, Bisexual and Gay Concerns, Washington Office for Advocacy, Youth Programs, and as a religious educator in several Unitarian Universalist congregations. She is currently President of the Board of Faith in Public Life: A Resource Center for Justice and the Common Good.

See her Huffington Post blog column   and her “Standing On the Side of Love” Youtube video.

 

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