The Pendulum

Newsletter of the UU Church, Odessa, Texas

401A  E. 42nd St, Odessa, TX 79761

Updated 10/9/2017

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Worship Schedule for Oct 2017

 

 Date Title Presenter
Oct 1 Native American Spirituality Cliff
Oct. 8 Did Jesus Think He Was God (Bart Ehrman) Jim
Oct. 15 Lecture by Alan Kors Don
Oct. 22 Climate Change and how to stop it: A Carbon Tax David
Oct. 29 TBA Cheryl
Nov. 5  Native American Spirituality Cliff

 

News and Notes

  Corrine: I went to see my sisters. My sister Nancy had a college reunion and I went along. Soon Don and I will drive to Butte, Montana to see Brett. We are hoping to find her much improved.

  June: June will be gone Oct. 20 - 22 to attend a UU Women's Conference in Kerrville. She will be going with a friend, Karen McSerivis, who lives in San Angelo.

  David: David's son Eric, age 53, is hiking the Muir Trail in the Sierra Nevada mountains. It goes from Whitney Portal 210 miles to Yosemite Valley along the crest of the Sierra. He has arranged a very light pack for himself, and plans to hike 18 miles per day. That is sort of running. When his dad hiked part of this trail he had a heavy pack and 6 miles per day was plenty. After Eric does that, he will move to a city 30 miles north of New York City to take a new job. This is obviously a major change.  It is not clear whether his wife will eventually move there with him.                

    Find copies of the up-dated Membership roster on the credenza by the front door.

  If you have news &/or notes to share, please email them to Bear at  swimbear@cableone.net for the newsletter and to dmeengr@gmail.com  for our website. We can now make web site updates quickly and easily.

The Clan of the Frog Pond menís group meets each Thursday evening at 8 PM at David Egglestonís home, 1605 W. Tennessee, Midland. Men are invited to share their life experiences and feelings in a secure, supportive atmosphere following Native American tradition. For more information contact David at 352-3681, or Cliff at 550-3302.