This on-going Adult Enrichment group meets every week on Tuesday evenings for one hour of meditation including a reading. Come, sit, listen, and meditate with us.
This Adult Enrichment program is led byBeck Anamin, and meets Thursdays, weekly. Yoga is a multipurpose tool for improving a lifetime: the essence of Yoga is nonphysical inner development. To varying degrees for each individual, Yoga brings inner quiet, peace of mind, character strength, and spirituality. We each relate to it and its many physical and inner benefits in ways that suit our individual needs and personalities.
This Mindful Yoga program cultivates the abstract benefits. It encourages a quiet, mindful awareness while doing a full range of classical postures. Postures improve health through strengthening, purifying, and toning of the body, as well as of the nerve, and energy systems. Improved health, self-confidence, and a feeling of well-being, foster the inner results. Although the postures are a valuable tool, their improvement of the body is a byproduct, not the goal of Yoga practice.
Appropriate for a range of students, the approach is sufficiently safe, gentle, and even-paced for new students, while providing depth, variation, and practice options for experienced students.
A fun annual event for holiday shopping, offering exquisite crafts, baked goods, and the ever-popular fresh wreathes and swags.
All interested singers are welcome to join. No auditions are necessary. Music ranges from Renaissance to contemporary, classical to gospel.
Our worship services are often very thought-provoking. We encourage all who are interested in discussing the topic further to get together with their coffee and snacks in the "Round-Two" area of Fellowship Hall during Social Hour.
World AIDS Day 2013 will be commemorated with an Interfaith Service of Prayer, Remembrance & Hope on Sunday, December 1, 2013, 5:30 p.m., at St. Paul’s Church, 21 Centre Street, Concord. The featured speaker will be Dr. Gary Sobelson. Special Guest Musicians will be the New Hampshire Gay Men’s Chorus and Cantor Shira Nafshi. A section of the Name Project Memorial Quilt will also be on display. This event is co-sponsored by the Greater Concord Interfaith Council and the Concord Hospital Medical Group. I hope to see you there! Suzanne Rude, UU Church Representative to the Greater Concord Interfaith Council
Our teens will provide a fun time for your kids at church while you shop at Midnight Merriment downtown. $5 per child, per hour, with proceeds to help pay for our trip to Nicaragua.
Bring a Skill~ Learn a Skill ~ Teach a Skill!Come enjoy the company of friends during our informal gathering of fiber enthusiasts. Drop in when you can or stay for the morning, whatever suits you. Knitters, weavers, crochet artists, and all beginners are welcome. Bring a friend, your own supplies, and extra yarns you might like to use and share.
An open African Drumming Circle for all ability levels.
"Our Favorite Things" Pulpit guest Suzanne Rude. Are your possessions a joy or a burden? We will explore our relationship with our belongings.
If you have been to at least 2 of our public rituals, and would like to be part of the planning and presentation of our Dec 21 Winter Solstice (Yule) ritual, you are welcome to join us at this planning meeting.