Reverend Cynthia Snavely
240.475.2111

csnavely@uuma.org

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Periodic Events

Goodloe Coffee House Night (monthly) 

Open Mic - Share Your Talents

The local talent is lining up at Goodloe's monthly coffee house night on the third Saturday of the month, from 7:30 to 10:00 pm. Everyone from age 12 and up is welcome to attend and participate.

Suggested donation: audience - $5, performers $1.

For more information, contact Rev. Cynthia Snavely at 240-475-2111 or coffeehouse@goodloeuu.org.

Visit Coffee House Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/317938388256041/.

The next Coffee House will be on 28 February 2015 due to inclement weather on 21 February

Other regularly scheduled events may be viewed on our Calendar or Small Groups pages.

 

 

 

Special Events and Services

Warm Nights Dinner
for
People who are Homeless
Friday March 13, 2015

Goodloe will serve dinner to guests who are homeless at Village Baptist Church as part of the Prince Georges County Warm Nights program. Warm Nights is an interfaith program that provides shelter and food to people who are homeless during the winter months. As part of a partnership with PG County Social Services, counseling, transportation and other support services are also provided.

Sign-up sheets for volunteersare posted in the gathering area of Goodloe. We hope you will consider donating your time to this important program.

  • Provide dinner items. The menu includes salad, dessert, rolls, lasagna
  • Serve dinner and visit with the homeless guests at Village Baptist Church.

 

UU MidAtlantic Community (UUMAC)

July 12–18, 2015

DeSales University, Center Valley PA

Over the past twenty years, many people from Goodloe have gone to summer camp at UUMAC, the UU MidAtlantic Community. The theme fits well with our current emphasis on "Inclusion". In addition to theme speakers, there are fun workshops for adults and youth of all ages. Some of fun loving people are posted in the brochure. What to know more? Talk with Hazel, Sid, Laura, Sally, Ken, Ben, Martin, Kelson. Hope you can attend. - Ken Shilling


The retreat will be held on July 12 – 18, 2015, at DeSales University, Center Valley PA. The theme will be “Building Beloved Community, Beyond Partisan Division”, co-lead by Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael and Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael.
You can find out all about the event by browsing the menu of pages on your right.

There is also a full-color brochure about UUMAC 2015 that provides a nice overview, posted here:
UUMAC 2015 Brochure (Front)
UUMAC 2015 Brochure (Back)

Registration is now open! To receive the early bird discount, please register and submit 50% of the total registration fee by April 1, 2015. Full payment is due by June 1, 2015.

http://www.uumac.org/wordpress/uumac-2015/

 

Bowie-Area Interfaith Events

Is Education a Moral Imperative?
Thursday, February 26, 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Ali Khan Islamic Center
4831 Silver Hill, Suitland, MD

The Interfaith Council of Suburban Maryland invites all to this community discussion on the topic of interactions between religion and education. Several members of the Council including Rev. Cyn Snavely will be panelists for this event.

Event Flyer

 

Bowie Interfaith Food Pantry and Emergency Fund Open House
Saturday, February 28, 10:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.
2614 Kenhill Dr., Bowie, MD

Tour the facility, meet the director and volunteers and find out what the pantry does and how you can helpPantry is located behind the main building. Drive around to back of building and enter through pantry doors.

Event Flyer

 

Lessons from Ferguson: From Marches to Movement
Saturday, March 7, 9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Greater Mt. Nebo African Methodist Episcopal Church
1001 Old Mitchellville Road, Bowie, Maryland 20716
301-249-7545

Registration and Directions at www.gmnebo.org


Youth and young adults of color, their parents, their friends, and all community members are invited to a program in which young adults, representatives of law enforcement, representatives of the wider community, and representatives of the media will be in conversation about interactions between police officers and people of color. We will have a broad ranging discussion including any perceived needs for changes in policies or laws and for a greater sensitivity to racial divides
.
This program is sponsored by the ACLU of Maryland, the Greater Mt. Nebo Lay Organization, the Human Relations Commission of Prince George’s County, and the Interfaith Council of Suburban Maryland.

Event Flyer

 

 

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