February is Fun-Uary Month - Expanding Positive Connections
Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021, 12 a.m. to 1:45 a.m.
Shoreline Congregation Takes Different Approach to February
February is typically a month focused on love, candy, and sweethearts. But Covid19 has us cloistering like hermits. So, the congregation of Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Society is inviting its members and the public to expand positive connections with others, in a socially-distanced way of course. Each week of February or “Fun-uary” has a different theme for connecting.
February 1-7 is “Make a Friend” week. “Celebrate by saying hello to someone new, such as a neighbor you haven’t met while out walking. Or telephone a casual acquaintance to share current interests,” says Maryann Bracken, co-chair of the Social Activities and Events committee at the church.
“Studies show that on average people will remain long-term friends with one out of every 12 people they befriend. Friendships can be for a moment, a season, or a lifetime,” she added.
February 8-14 is “Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk Week.”
February 15-21 is “Do a Grouch a Favor Week.”
February 22-28 is “Random Acts of Kindness Week.”
Share your experiences by joining the Zoom “Lunch Bunch” with Bracken, Rev. Terry Sweetser, and others each Monday. To access the Zoom link, go to www.shorelineunitarian.org and click on Calendar, then February 8 “Lunch with Rev.” Or communicate your experiences directly to Rev. Terry at email@example.com. The church has been a liberal religious voice on the Shoreline since 1962 and a worldwide faith for more than 500 years. The church office can be reached at (203) 245-8720.
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