Reduce stress, increase stamina, flexibility, coordination, and balance, enhance and support the immune system, heal previous injuries, improve cardiovascular, respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic and digestive functions, expand awareness, and enhance spiritual experience.
Students in this class will learn:
· The 24- move sequence of the Yang family style Taijiquan
· A wide range of Qigong exercises that includes the Eight Pieces of Brocade and the Five Animal Frolics
· Continuing students will have the opportunity to learn advanced forms such as the Yang sword or the complete Yang barehand sequence
Please join us weekly at UUCR, Fellowship Hall from 6 – 7 pm. Cost is $5 per class. FIRST CLASS IS FREE.
The instructor is Alan Armstrong, a 30 year practitioner of Qigong and Taijiquan in the lineage of Chinese master Jou Tsung-Hwa. For more information contact Alan Armstrong at email@example.com or 815-8007
Our children help us begin worship today with our Annual Halloween Parade of Costumes! (Children and Adults are encouraged to come to church this Sunday in costume.) It’s our “Scary to Be Hungry” Sunday on which we’ll learn about the incredible food drive that our children are mounting to insure that no one in the Roanoke Valley goes hungry in the upcoming winter months. In adult worship, we’ll ponder gifts of fear especially the gift of sainthood. Come, Come to laugh with our wonderful children! Come, Come with gifts of food and money for our children’s food drive. Come, Come to face the fears of our time and ponder the possibility that great gift does lie in them!
UUCR’s Youth Group will be collection food donations on October 29th. They will be out front at the Cave Spring Kroger from 10 am-3 pm. Be sure to stop by before or after service to grocery shop and donate too. Thanks in advance for all your support. Alan Moore and Bonnie Evans, UUCR. If you have any questions please email us anytime.
“A talk on Jim Wallis’ book America’s Original Sin: Racism, White Privilege, and the Bridge to a New America will be offered at the Living the Questions class at 9:30 am this Sunday October 29th in the Olin Room. Please come to hear out guest speaker Lauren Ellerman.
“Living the Questions”, every Sun 9:30 am. Explorations into a variety of theological topics. If any further questions contact Gene Edmunds at (540) 343-3100.
Each meeting will begin with a presentation on the factors which often arise to derail meditation. These are called the 5 Hindrances and equally relevant while meditating and while negotiating the conflicts of daily life. Come and join us as NO prior meditation experience is necessary. For questions, please email Mary Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org or 529-5252
Presentation and Discussion Led By Dr. Wornie Reed, Director of the Race and Social Policy Research Center Professor of Sociology and Africana Studies at Virginia Tech