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Class - Roots

A small group for exploring the themes in your own spiritual journey, exploring the nature of belonging to a church such as ours, exploring the history of this time-honored religious movement. Roots is our introduction to Unitarian Universalism and this church. It is taught by Rev.
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Groups - Branches

Branches groups began as an offshoot of the Roots class, taught by our ministers. Branches groups, which meet monthly for two hours, average 10-12 members and are led by laypersons. They provide a way for newcomers to form deeper relationships and to feel a sense of belonging.
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Group - Meditation

The last weekly meeting of the Meditation Group was December 18, 2014.The Adult Growth and Learning Team will consider applications from qualifiedMeditation leaders who would like to start another weekly group.  See fileof sponsorship & application below.
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Group - Open Circle Book Club

The Open Circle Book Club meets the first Sunday of each month at 7PM in the church office.
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Group - Tai Chi

Tai Chi meets Mondays at 6 PM in the Fellowship Hall.  New members  are  welcome.
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Group - Woman's Book Club

 Woman's Book Club meets at the church in Room 6 of the Education wing on the second Monday night of each month,  6:45 - 9 pm. All women are welcome.   For more information and/or to be put on the mailing list,  contact Carolyn Stutts at stutts@cox.net .  
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Group - Earth Centered Spiritualities

 
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Group - Gen UU

If you’re a young adult (age 18-35ish) member or friend of UCBR,  join GenUU for an upcoming activity.    Contact group leader Christy Howard at christyrhoward@gmail.com.
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Group - Freethinkers

 Freethinkers has disbanded temporarily for regrouping and search for leadership.   If you are a former member who would like to see the group revitalized, please contact Connie Holmes for discussion at ceholmes25@cox.net.
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Group - Bible Study for Skeptics

Bible Study for Skeptics  meets on the 3rd Sunday night of each month at 5pm in the church Office/Conference Room.  Currently the textbook is the New International Version of the Hebrew Bible (available at our Adult Programs book table).  Everyone's always welcome to our jolly, insightful meeting
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Group - Gentle Movement

 ~ Tuesdays at 9:30 AM, & Fridays at 9:30 AM in the Fellowship Hall. This one-hour class includes Yoga Postures, Stretching, and Mind Body Relaxation. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring your Yoga mat.
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Together Baton Rouge

If you are interested in receiving information about and invitations to Together Baton Rouge events and project activities, sign up for Together Baton Rouge mailing list at
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The Lunch Bunch

 
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Circle Suppers

 Circle Suppers are a monthly Saturday evening pot-luck meal  in a private home.  A person or couple volunteers to host the supper and determines how many people they can comfortably accomodate.  A signup sheet is created by the Adult Activities chai
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Group - Sponsored Non-Profit Group Use

Providing Training Space for Community Non-Profit Organizations
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Leadership Training

 Periodically there are opportunities for our members to have leadership experiences both at our church and at other locations.  These are publicized as they happen.
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Summer Film Series

 2016 Summer Film Festival “Women Who Know Their Own Mind”
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Camphor/UU Partnership

         The Camphor/UU Partnership grew out of a series of community-wide meetings held in Baton Rouge in 1999,  the goal of which was promotion of  racial harmony in the Baton Rouge community.
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PFLAG Meeting

PFLAG (Parent, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) is a national non-profit organizationwith over 200,000 members and supporters and over 350 affiliates in the UnitedStates.
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Pot Luck Meals

As part of the social fabric of our congregation there are often shared meals with the food provided by the attendees.  Connections Council and its Adult Activities Team or Special Events Team, Social Justic Council and its Green Sanctuary Team, Religious
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Freethinkers Movie Nite

Please check the web calendar on the first Monday of each month for the current film. 
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Co-Sponsored Community Events

Unitarian Church occasionally teams with another organization to produce programs that support our shared values.  Often we provide the venue or the speaker or publicity as our part of team.  Those events will be on our church calendar and in our publications as they happen.
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Socrates Cafe'

Do you know what you think you know?   Learn a new way of thinking…together at Socrates Café – A facilitated discussion based on the format described in Christopher Phillips’ book of that title, in which he states 'The only thing that Socrates claimed to know for certain was that he knew nothing
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Intergenerational Celebrations

Several times each year, usually in the temperate months, we plan an outdoor event where everyone of all ages can enjoy food and fellowship together.  Watch the web site calendar, the bulletin boards at church, read the Friday E-announcements, and read the Orders of Service on Sundays to learn of
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Everyone's Non-Fiction Book Club

Everyone’s Non‐Fiction Book Club is open to all willing to abandon fantasy and fiction for reason and fact and who enjoy reading about them.  Everyone is welcome to these fourth Thursday of the month meetings at the church in the Room 6 of the RE wing at 7 PM.  January 28, 2016, we will be discus
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Group - Cakes for the Queen of Heaven Women

All women who have participated in former Cakes for the Queen of Heaven classes are invited to a monthly gathering on the second Saturday of each month from 10 a.m.
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Shared Offerings

 
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The Holy Grill

This is a noon-time food service in the Zion City neighborhood at Cadillac Park (North Baton Rouge) is provided by the Interfaith Federation of Greater Baton Rouge.
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Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank

Please continue to bring donations of staple food items for the Food Cart to help the Baton Rouge Food Bank in its effort to fulfill increased food needs in our community. Be sure to check the "use by" date and help save sorting time for our volunteers.
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Blood Bank Drive

                                          ~Thank you Blood Donors~
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Unitarian Universalist Service Committee Coffee Project

Over 200 UU congregations are participating in the buying of fairly traded coffee in partnership with Equal Exchange.
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Providing Training Space for Community Non-Profit Organizations

We assist several community non-profit organizations with whom we share common goals and values by allowing them to use our facilities for workshops and training sessions.
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Annual Candlelight Vigil and Memorial for the Fallen in Iraq and Afghanistan

Started in 2004, each year in the Peace Meadow around the Peace Stones, we create a spiral of candles for each Amercian soldier killed in the war. The human loss and suffering in Iraq and Afghanistan has escalated beyond all imagination.
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Camphor United Methodist Church and Unitarian Church of Baton Rouge Partnership

Camphor Memorial Methodist Church/Unitarian Church of Baton Rouge PartnershipThe Camphor/UU Partnership grew out of a series of community-wide meetings held in Baton Rouge in 1999, the goal of which was promotion of racial harmony in the Baton Rouge community.
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One Community One School District

This is a community organization that supports  our public school system through informing parents of the workings of the school goverance and how it affects their children. 
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Dialogue On Race

This discussion program of about 15 people meeting to talk about uncomfortable issues has a decades-long history in our community, and several years in our church.  The uncomfortable issues are about institutional and systemic racism that still exists in our community and perhaps in our subconsci
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Fun and Fellowship

Social acitivies for adults is more than just the popular Lunch Bunch and Circle Suppers.  Attending musical performances and plays, as well as out-of-town excursions to fesitvals are also arranged by the very enthusiastic committee named Fun and Fellowship.   A prominent table with display is in
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Beloved Conversations: Meditations on Race & Ethnicity

Guest Speaker Dr. Mark A. Hicks will present a weekend seminar Friday evening and Saturday, August 12 and 13, 2016.
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Arts and Crafts Fair

Artisans and craftpersons from our membership and friends will show their creations throughout the church on Sunday, November 13, 2016.  They are donating 15% of all sales to the Unitarian Church "Great Expectations" Capital Fund Drive.
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Intergenerational Pot-Luck Passover Seder

Sunday,  April 24, 2016  6:00 pmPassover Seder  Intergenerational Pot Luck Supper A Jewish Festival for Unitarian Universalists
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