Upcoming Events2018-11-13T13:11:32+00:00

Ongoing Offerings

Upcoming Events

UU Buddhist Meditation
Earth Sangha

Come, come, whoever you are to the East Room to find our center, to find our moments of peaceful abiding, to face our own suffering. Every Thursday from 5-6:30 in the East Room. This is a Zen Buddhist sitting group, the only goal of which is to sit with ourselves together. All are teachers, all are students… bowing to our inherent complexity and love. Click here to visit our website. You can contact Elaine Held there.

Earth Room Concerts

Alice Howe, Kirsten Maxwell, and Freebo

Saturday, November 17th, 7:30pm

Alice and Kirsten are very talented young songwriters and singers, each possessing a beautiful singing voice and style, and both getting lots of folk music buzz.  Freebo is a long-time musical veteran, having come to fame as Bonnie Raitt’s bass player in the ‘70s, and concentrating more recently on his own songwriting and performing.  See the 3 of them here “in the round” in a special concert!

Click here for tickets & more information.  Tickets are also available at Coffee Hour after service on Sundays. Order ahead: save $5!

Common Read

American Gods by Neil Gaiman

Discussion November 17th, 10am

Tai Chi for Beginners

Mondays, 6:30 pm, Community Room.  $5 donation. Contact: Dan Ciaglia.

Lincroft Zen Sangha

Wednesday evenings at 7pm in the Earth Room. Beginning instruction is offered at 6:30 pm before service and sitting begin. Please email us to let us know of your first visit. Visit “first visit” tab on website for more information.

United We Sing

Monmouth Center for World Religions & Ethical Thought
Sunday, November 18th, 4pm
International Feast Following

Please join us for this intercultural service of music, word and dance. An international buffet will be offered in the Community Room afterwards. Attendance is free! This is a wonderful event for all ages!

This event has its origins in the aftermath of September 11, 2001. In anguish and sorrow, we came together from our different cultural and faith traditions to proclaim and celebrate our rich diversity. The healing effect of the evening led us to repeat the event over the last fifteen years with presentations from the Muslim, Jain, Christian, Bahá’i, Buddhist, Hindu, Sikh, Jewish, Native American, and UU communities.