Much of the activity at San Gabriel Unitarian Universalist Fellowship happens outside of our Sunday Services. All are invited to participate in any of these activities to continue their journey on the search for truth and meaning, or just to join in fellowship and fun.  From book clubs and discussion groups, to more spiritual practices and just plain dining out, there are a multitude of ways for you to find connections with others. If you can’t find what you are looking for, then maybe you need to start a group or activity of your own!


Afternoon Book Club

The UU Afternoon Book Club meets on the 1st Thursday of the month from 2:00-4:00 p.m. at homes of members.
If you enjoy reading a wide variety of books, consider joining this group — contact Arlene Zimbelman at or 512-869-6202.


Women’s Discussion Lunch

Join with a group of SGUUF women for a broad-ranging discussion of interesting topics. They meet once a month in the homes of members. Bring a brown bag for lunch. Beverages are provided and all are welcome. For more information please contact Judy Mayo at at 269-806-4919 or email



Men’s Breakfast

Join with a group of SGUUF men over breakfast at IHOP the first and third Thursdays of each month. They meet at 8:30 a.m. for breakfast, coffee and conversation. For more information, please contact Frank Sanders at


Georgetown Tara Circle

The 21 Qualities of Tara dance meditation celebrates each of the 21 aspects of Green Tara, the Tibetan Goddess/Bodhisattva who is originally from India. The purpose of this practice is to manifest as Tara (wisdom and compassion) and to send this energy into the world. We dance once a month, come join us anytime.  For more information, contact Susan Rogers at


Dining Out

On the third Wednesday of the month, SGUUF meets for an early dinner at a local restaurant. All are welcome to join us for some friendly food and conversation. Check the website calendar and weekly emails for this month’s location. For more information, contact Julia Gelinas at


Full Moon Drumming Circle

Bring a healthy dish to share. Bring a drum or rattle. We may have a few extras to share if you don’t have one. This is a fun and  meditative way to celebrate and share in community. No experience needed. Respectful children are welcome to participate.
Contact JK Khalsa at 512-921-9899 or


Circle Suppers

Circle Suppers are a great way to meet members and friends of our Fellowship in a relaxed setting. The host chooses a date, the number of guests they can accommodate and provides the entree. Guests sign up to bring side dishes and desserts. Fun, friendship and great food are guaranteed! For more information, contact Rita Wiegenstein at 512-591-7635 or