Committee News

Grounds Committee

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

UUA and UUSC Form Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund

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

UUCWC Music Program

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

Food Contributions Needed

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!

Upcoming Adult Religious Education’s Fall Programs

In ARE, we find connection within our growing congregation as we nourish our mind, heart and soul.  Available to adults of all ages, the Adult Religious Education ministry has five programs starting this Fall. Learn about and register for one of our programs.  Detailed course information  is available by visiting the following link to the … Continued

Coming into Connection (Coming of Age for Adults)

The Coming of Age (COA) curriculum helps youth: discern for themselves what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist, individually and as part of the larger faith community; act on personal beliefs and values; and recognize and honor the movement of a youth from childhood to adolescence within the UU tradition. We know this year … Continued

Second Annual Craft Show – December 9

SAVE THE DATE! Second Annual UUCWC Craft Show. Saturday, December. 9, 10am-4pm. We surpassed our monetary expectations for our first craft fair last Dec., and now we’d like to have another fun and successful event with your help! Needed: bakers, day of event helpers, planners, decorators, publicity, etc. Co-Chair: Susan Busch. Baking Chair: Barbara Drew. … Continued

Racial Justice Initiative Update – August 2017; Opportunities for You

The Racial Justice Initiative (RJI) hosted Dr. Ruha Benjamin on July 9, a professor at Princeton University, who spoke on The Beautiful Struggle. Her talk focused on racism as a system rather than individuals doing racist acts. She highlighted the importance of individuals having knowledge as well as courage to change the system and improve … Continued

Calling All Readers! Racial Justice Book Club- September 11, 2017

The book selection for September is Evicted by Matthew Desmond– a book that informs the impact of our country’s inability to effectively address poverty that disproportionately impacts people of color. Hope you can join Michele Roupp, Dave Anderson and Lynne Molnar on Monday, September 11, 2017 from 7-9 pm. This will be the third meeting … Continued

8 Sacred Circles Celebrates Harvest Festival Holiday Lammas Aug. 1 at UUCWC

8 Sacred Circles closes its third year with an observance of Lammas on Tuesday, August 1, 2017. Penny Gardner will facilitate this seasonal celebration in custom with ancient harvest festivals. Whether you have joined us before or not, whether you are a member of UUCWC or a visitor, whether you are familiar with earth-based spirituality or … Continued