Shared Interest Groups
Society members enjoy learning and conversation in a variety of groups. Some of us join on-going small groups which meet through the year. Some of us also periodically enjoy short-term seminars on topics of interest, which are led by our ministers and by members. You will find both year-long, ongoing groups and the seminars are scheduled during the week, evenings and days. Most meet at the Society (when it’s not a pandemic).
Crafts and Hobbies Group
2nd Fridays from 7:00-9:00 pm Central
Come share your projects and catch up with other FUS members and friends. Contact Lynn to receive the email with the Zoom link.
Dementia Caregivers Group
3rd Tuesdays at 10:30 am Central
For the Zoom link and more information, contact FUS member Deb Snouffer, an Alzheimer’s Association trained facilitator.
2nd and 4th Wednesdays from 2-3:30PM Central
We are currently meeting in the afternoons via Zoom. If you’d like to be “looped” in, contact Joyce Riedesel.
2nd Sundays from noon-1:00 pm Central
Join us on Zoom as we talk and listen about what’s really going on in our lives. Male-identified members and friends of FUS who would like to get the Zoom information should contact Dave.
The Big Read Book Club
Tuesdays from 7-9pm Central once a month
Our current book is The Tyranny of Merit: What’s Become of the Common Good? by Michael Sandel. To get on the Big Read mailing list and receive Zoom info, please email FUS member Peter D’Ascoli.
Women’s Awareness Group (WAG)
2nd Mondays at 11:30 am
These meetings are held on Zoom which can be accessed by computer or dialed into from any kind of phone, including landlines. Please contact Rev. David for Zoom information.
“Write About It” with Rev. Jim Foti
Tuesdays from 7-8pm Central
New folks are always welcome at this friendly, come-when-you can workshop. Rev. Jim offers writing prompts, we write in real time, and then share and listen appreciatively. To receive the Zoom info, email Rev. Jim.
YAAAS (Young Adult Activities At the Society)
Sunday once a month from 1:30-2:30p.m. Central
This group for those in their 20s to mid-30s offers social activities, reflection circles, book discussions, and more. To join the email list and get connected, contact Rev. Jim.