Classes meet on Wednesday nights 7-8:30 p.m. and Sunday mornings 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Child care is available. Schedule is subject to change.
On Wednesdays, join us for dinner before class! Click here for more information.
Holiday Cards for the Craft Fair
December 4—Classroom A (main building)
Join Lisa Pasto-Crosby and Paige Debenedittis to fold and package printed holiday cards for the Craft Fair.
A Christmas Carol
December 11—Sanctuary (main building)
Actor Mark Cabus brings his acclaimed one-man stage version of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol—playing 18 characters from the classic tale of transformation and redemption—back to Nashville for one public performance this December.
“This is the third year I’ve brought A Christmas Carol to First Unitarian,” said Cabus, who now lives in Atlanta. “But this year, I’m dedicating the performance to the memory of my dear friend, Rita Frizzell, who passed away earlier this year. Rita was instrumental in bringing Carol to this church, and I think it fitting she be remembered for her generosity and friendship with this inspirational story.”
In lieu of admission, a love offering will be taken at the end of the performance. In addition, a portion of the proceeds from this performance will go to the Nashville Animal Shelter—one of Frizzell’s favorite charities—and to Breast Cancer Research.
Cabus has toured this critically acclaimed production throughout the state of Tennessee and Georgia for the past nine years, performing for more than 20,000 children and adults. “Cabus delivers a tour de force, acting out all the parts in Charles Dickens’ Holiday classic and making it seem as if that’s the only way it should be done…” wrote Kevin Nance, the former theatre critic for The Tennessean in Nashville. “This Christmas Carol is one of the smallest yet most sensational shows of the year. Don’t miss it.”
(The performance is appropriate for the whole family but suggested for children 12 and over.)
There are no Sunday classes this month.