Women’s Connections provides opportunities for UUFCO women to come together for events and activities. In the context of our spiritual and fellowship journeys, Women’s Connections endeavors to enhance personal growth and build strong inter-connected relationships among women in our Unitarian Universalist community.


Calendar of monthly Meetings


November 10 (Sunday), 1:30 p.m.: Aging: What’s The Big Deal?—Leslie Koc

Aging. Does this word bring about feelings of sadness or joy? Maybe it brings about something in between, or maybe it depends on the day. Join us as we consider this topic of aging and what it means to us as we live in these years of our lives. In this UUFCO Women’s Connections workshop all are welcome. Watch the ACE and the Women’s Connections email to RSVP and for a link to access an article for prereading.

December 17 (Tuesday), 6:30 p.m.: The Virgin Birth: What?!—Chela Sloper

We will explore the historical, theological, and psychological aspects of the ancient teaching of the “virgin birth” of Jesus. Allowing time for the reflection on our attitudes toward this teaching, we’ll ask whether there remain any benefits to the myth for us today.


January 25 (Saturday), 10am-12noon: Using Mindfulness to Address Unwanted Habits—Tara Breitenbucher

February 18 (Tuesday), 6:30pm: Documentary “Far From the Tree”— TBD

Viewing followed by discussion of this thought-provoking documentary. Based on the book by Andrew Solomon, the movie examines the experiences of families in which parents and children are profoundly different from one another in a variety of ways. (You need not have read the book to share in this discussion.)

March: TBD

April 13 (Monday), 6:30pm-8:00pm: Book Discussion—Sue Clarke

Sue will lead us in a discussion of a book (title to be announced by December 2019). It will be available through the library, online and at our local bookstores.

May: TBD

June: TBD

Upcoming Special Activities

Women’s Connections Special Activities may take place off site and happen throughout the year. Below are listed some that are in the works for the coming months. We will continue to provide updates.


Contact Women’s Connections if you have questions or comments.