PATHWAYS Committee and Activity Guide

Building Community: “We come together...”

One strength of a large church is that people with special interests can usually find enough others to form a group. Joining or starting a group is a great way to get to know people.

The UUSS 20s 30s Group welcomes members and guests ages 18-39. We’re building a circle of peers within the UUSS community through gatherings at church and outside activities. For information on gatherings and upcoming events, join our Facebook group "UUSS Young Adults!". For more information, click here to send an email to this group.

Adult Enrichment provides courses and workshops on a wide variety of topics throughout the year. A coordinating committee does the recruiting, scheduling and registration. For more information, see the Adult Enrichment web page or click here to send an email to this group.

Alliance meets at 10:45am on the second Thursday of each month, September through May, for a program followed by a brown bag lunch. Programs include lectures and presentations on a wide variety of topics. For more information, see the Alliance web page or click here to send an email to this group.

Annual All-Church Family Camp offers a special opportunity for church members and friends to get to know each other better at beautiful Camp Norge. For more information, see the Annual All-Church Family Camp web page or click here to send an email to this group.

Art Exhibits seek to enhance the aesthetic experience within the church by presenting high quality exhibits of art. For more information, see the Art Exhibits web page or click here to send an email to this group.

Auction 2014: New Discoveries is this years annual dinner and auction for UUSS. For more information, see the Auction 2014: New Discoveries web page or click here to send an email to this group.

Betty Ch'maj Annual Event Group plans and arranges for an annual live performance or informational talk for the benefit of UUSS members. These events are paid for from the Betty Ch'maj bequest. New members are always welcome. For more information, click here to send an email to this group.

Betty Nash Memorial Crafts group hand-crafts items to sell in support of the church For more information, click here to send an email to this group.

Bridge Club features two styles of play: a Round Robin tournament that runs from September to May, and monthly or bi-monthly party bridge. Many people attend both. For more information, click here to send an email to this group.

Couples Club meets once a month for potluck and conversation.

Gen X Boomers is a social club for people ranging from ages 35 to 59 who gather to enjoy a wide range of fun outings. For more information, click here to send an email to this group.

Out And About is a group for members and their guests who enjoy sharing outings to special places in Sacramento and Northern California. Members plan and coordinate the outings. For more information, see the Out And About web page or click here to send an email to this group.

Servetus Club meets monthly for a potluck supper and fellowship. Members are older people, both singles and couples.

Ted's Web is a group of men and women who meet weekly to discuss politics and foreign affairs. We have solved most of the problems of the US and the world, but others remain, and more seem to spring up needing our attention. For more information, click here to send an email to this group.

Theater One is open to those who are interested in any aspect of theater production: acting, directing, backstage, publicity. No experience is required to participate, just a desire to have fun and be on stage or help out at our community theater productions. For more information, see the Theater One web page or click here to send an email to this group.

UTunes Instrumentalists is a friendly, music-loving bunch of people of all ages and musical abilities that meets to practice solos and ensemble pieces for fun and fellowship. For more information, see the UTunes Instrumentalists web page or click here to send an email to this group.

UU Readers Book Discussion meets for a lively discussion of notable books chosen by members. Members lead the discussions. For more information, click here to send an email to this group.

Women's Group is open to all women. Discussion topics are suggested by the group. For more information, click here to send an email to this group.