Monthly Archives: November 2016

KIDS Stone Soup Lunch

KIDS Stone Soup Lunch

Wednesday, November 23rd



Send your kiddos over to our place  with their favorite veggie to place in the pot. If your child has any allergies, please let us know.

Parents are welcome to join us –

– or feel free to send your children here and go out and have some kid-free time 😉

We will share food and discuss things we are grateful for.

WEBINAR: UU Church of the Larger Fellowship UU Trauma Response Ministry

This webinar is offered by UU Church of the Larger Fellowship UU Trauma Response Ministry: “Managing Post Election Stress Response”

This is definitely worth watching. Especially if:

If you are having trouble sleeping or calming down and focusing on getting to work (or have family, friends or congregants who are).

In this Church of the Larger Fellowship webinar, Rev. Julie Taylor offers useful tools for managing stress responses.

Rev. Taylor is the president of the UU Trauma Response Ministry team.

Möbius Life in Sangerville November 27th – Join Us!


“Whatever is inside of us continually flows outward Whatever is outside us continually flows inward”

Please join us at church in Sangerville on Sunday, November 27th, 2016 at 9:30am. 

Let’s explore life as a Möbius together!

Service Leader: Rev. “Twinkle” Marie Manning

Musician: Jason Curran

Church Street, Sangerville, Maine

UUA Livestream today with The Sanctuaries DC

Streaming from the UUA in Boston:
The Sanctuaries DC will be kicking off their Boston tour in style with live musical performances and a multimedia presentation about the history and future of their community. Hear what they’re learning as they strive to build multicultural spiritual community through justice and the arts. This event is sponsored through the UUA’s Entrepreneur-in-Residence program.
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An invitation to friends


An invitation for my friends.

This is the meditation room in my home.  I open this and my home up to friends when they need a quiet place to sit, gather their thoughts, connect with their hearts, either in solitude or in small group ritual.  

I often host gatherings in my home honoring my own Unitarian Universalist spiritual traditions and explore the mystery of living on this planet.  

I also welcome friends from various faiths and traditions to come lead workshops, retreats, meditations and concerts.

If you feel called to gather together for any of these, let me know and I am happy to host.

Or, if you desire to simply have a place to come, sit and reflect, I offer my home for that too. 


~ Twinkle