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MAY 6: ADULT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: "Articulating Our UU Faith" This three session workshop considers how do we talk about, share or answer questions about our faith as Unitarian Universalists. Wednesday evenings - April 29 and May - 6:30-8:00 p.m. RSVP to Michelle at (585)310-2484 or firstname.lastname@example.org
MAY 2: RAIHN CAR CITY 2015 - Help Put the Brakes on Homelessness: A car is no substitute for a home. Car City is a fundraiser as well as a way to shed light on homelessness in Rochester. Families, youth groups and other teams are invited sleep in their cars at Asbury Methodist on Saturday, May 2nd. There will be evening activities, including live music and a sundae bar. Local Author Sonja Livingston will share excerpts from her book Ghostbread and reflect on growing up in poverty in Rochester. If you don't want to sleep in your car but want to support RAIHN Car City, join Team VirtUUal. Here's how - Go to RAIHN.org, click on the SIGN UP/DONATE NOW box, enter Team VirtUUal in the SEARCH box, and you're on your way to helping our UU team reach its goal. Your support will directly assist homeless families as they work to achieve sustainable independence. Thank you!
MAY 4: ADVOCACY DAY: Monday, May 4, from 10am to 3:30pm, Interfaith Impact of New York State sponsors an Advocacy Day in Albany for legislative visits. Specific issues the IINYS Board has chosen to emphasize are: the Women's Reproductive Security Act, Trans Gender Civil Rights (GENDA), Humane Alternatives to Long Term Solitary Confinement (HALT Solitary Act). You are invited to attend. Dick Gilbert is coordinating transportation. Contact him for further information at 244-7403 or 738-8229 or Rsgilbert@uuma.org.