UUCWC’s annual Kirkridge retreat offers a time apart from the ordinary and a setting for spiritual renewal. The cost per person for a weekend near the Water Gap is $130, plus food for communal meals. We will be together from Friday afternoon on October 13 through Sunday afternoon. Space is limited. Please contact Penny Gardner at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot. Information for day-trippers to follow.
8 Sacred Circles invites you to participate in the Autumnal Equinox Celebration, or Mabon, on Saturday, September 23. There will be a light potluck dinner beginning at 6pm in Room 201, followed by the ritual, led by Kayti Protos, beginning at 7pm. This is the time of harvest, of thanksgiving and joy, of leave-taking and … Continued
by Dan Tuft, Co-Chair, Racial Justice Initiative The Racial Justice Initiative continues to provide you opportunities to engage, act, study and reflect on issues related to racial justice both within UUCWC and in the surrounding communities in which we live. As we endeavor to live our UU principles regarding equality and justice, remember to encourage … Continued
by Ana DelCorazon, Membership Volunteer Coordinator email@example.com If you’ve been to church lately, you may have noticed some changes in the lobby. For example, the Greeter/Welcome Desk has been moved from the left to the right-hand side of the doors, angled off the nursery. The Food Ministry basket and announcement sign is also right there … Continued
By Jasmine Ueng-McHale On Wednesday September 27, 2017 from 6:00 to 8:30 pm UUCWC will host a teach-in entitled, Immigration Today: A Community Dialogue. I have co-organized this event with other residents of Pennington, Ewing, Hopewell, Princeton and Lawrenceville. This event will be open to the community. The evening will begin with opening words by … Continued
by Susan Colket, ARE Ministry Team Chair What if this fall, traditionally the harvest time, we begin to put down roots? Our congregation is fertile ground. We’re being called to take root here; to take root now. What’s this connection between roots and our community? Roots take in nourishment (water and minerals). Roots anchor in … Continued
by Steve Saddlemire Having taken over the reins of the Grounds Committee (with Scott Drew’s valuable help) in mid-summer from the incredibly involved and knowledgeable Kathleen Konopka, I have quickly learned that there’s a lot more to our exterior environment than what you see from the parking lot. UUCWC sits on a large and diverse … Continued
The UUA and the UU Service Committee have formed a joint recovery and relief fund for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. From the Unitarian Universalist Association: On Friday night, August 25, Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a Category 4 Storm and brought with it deadly winds and rain to an area of the United States … Continued
The Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing has had a long tradition of a vibrant and vital Music Program. Music is a key part of our rich community and provides an excellent opportunity for active involvement of our members and friends. We seek to assist our congregation in connection and worship through music and community … Continued
These food items needed by our Social Action ministries. Please place all non-perishables in the basket in the Lobby. Perishables go in the freezer or refrigerator marked Food Ministry. Thank You!