Committee News

Social Justice and Socializing April 8

Please join us for our next Family Social Action Brown Bag Dinner and Work Party, Saturday, April 8, 5-7pm in the Crossings Room. We’ll eat/socialize from 5:00-5:45; Social Action projects will begin at 6:00. Please bring a “brown bag” dinner/snack for your own family. This event welcomes families of all ages and those who enjoy … Continued

Natural Cosmology Discussion March 28 at 7 PM

Join us for the next Natural Cosmology Discussion on March 28 at 7 PM. Among other topics, we’ll be discussing the new book by Yuval Noah Harari called “Homo Deus”. Consider: We now have the capability to easily alter the human genome and merge our bodies with technology. Will our children or grandchildren be the … Continued

UU Summer Camps for All Ages

We are reprinting this article from last year, updated for 2017, because I think attending a UU summer camp or conference is so important to growing Unitarian Universalists of any age. They may not be able to articulate it well, but many lifelong Unitarian Universalists will tell you it was their participation in UU summer … Continued

A Public Expression of Our UU Values

For almost two years, UUCWC has had an intentional focus on racial justice work. This work has already had a profound impact on many in our congregation.  At this time, we are ready to take this initiative to the next level, with a congregational vote to display a banner that will serve as a public … Continued

Proposed Public Display of Banner Expressing Unitarian Universalist Values

  This banner has been developed by the Unitarian Universalist Association to express our faith’s values as an ally at this time of turmoil in America.   After receiving feedback from the Black Lives Matter Listening Circles and survey, the Council for Faith in Action is proposing that UUCWC publicly display the banner on church property … Continued

Auction Print Goes to Press April 2 – Don’t be left out

There’s a lot to like in the UUCWC spring auction. So many opportunities to play, eat and share with members and friends. Play charades, take a hike, enjoy a lovely meal and many more adventures await auction winners. There is still time to participate as a contributor, so consider what you might offer to do … Continued

Loaves and Fishes 2017- You Can Help!

For more than 30 years, UUCWC and the Princeton UU Congregation have joined together to feed 800 working poor and homeless people once per year. There are two phases to this effort: On Friday night March 24, we’ll make 800 lunches of a bagged lunch (peanut butter and jelly sandwiches) for distribution on Saturday. On … Continued

Info Sessions with Rev. Kim

As the congregation continues to grow and change, Rev. Kim recognizes the difficulty in being informed and understanding how the congregation is currently taking shape. In an effort to keep folks connected Rev. Kim will hold three opportunities to ask questions, offer feedback, and simply be heard on the following dates:  March 23rd, March 29th, … Continued

UUCWC’s Ministerial Resident

On Sunday, March 5th, Pam Shadzik, Acting President of UUCWC, announced an exciting next step for our congregation. Her announcement, along with additional words from Rev. Kim, are below. “It is with huge joy and enthusiasm that I share the news that we have made an offer (that has been accepted) to Susan Talcott Flynn … Continued

8 Sacred Circles to Celebrate the Spring Equinox on March 20

The spring equinox is a time when we are balanced between two phases — winter and spring, which represent death and rebirth. We often celebrate the spring equinox as a holiday of rebirth and resurrection. But that is the season to come; on the equinox, we are poised in the middle of these two parts of the cycle of … Continued