Author Archives: Barbara Drew
Join the Earth Ministry Team for a potluck (vegetarian) and meeting to discuss ongoing “green” projects and special activities for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day this spring, such as clean-ups, guided meditation walks of our grounds, educational workshops, and more. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org … read more.
As UUs, we know that all that exists is part of an interdependent web. What we do matters. We must show up for each other now and show the critical urgency of demanding action on climate change. If not you, then who? If not now, … read more.
Earth Ministry is sponsoring a Mindful Meditation Walk for a middle hour program on Sunday, May 5th, at 10 a.m. Sandy Unger will lead the walk on the church grounds – take this opportunity to enjoy the sights, sounds and smells on a spring morning … read more.
On Sunday March 10th (weather permitting) Geri Koblis will lead a hike through the Billy Johnson – Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve in Princeton.
Trails are through meadows and old forest. This is easy to moderate hiking with gentle inclines. Prepare for muddy areas … read more.
Due to the generosity of a member of the Earth Ministry Team, UUCWC is a supporting member of ISLES, a Trenton-based nonprofit organization with a mission to foster self-reliant families and healthy, sustainable communities. ISLES sponsors a Garden Support Network with a variety of events, open to … read more.
This spring, the Earth Ministry Team will participate in the Friends of Hopewell Valley Open Space’s clean up program. They supply the bags and we are “paid,” yes, paid, for our volunteer efforts in the community. We will cleanup the roadsides in our surrounding neighborhoods … read more.
Earth Ministry will host a Used Book Sale on Sunday, May 19th, after both services. Get ready for summer reading! We will accept donations of gently used books for children and adults through May 12th. We are not accepting technical, self-help or text books, however, the Faith … read more.
Every Sunday, one of the five fellowship candles is lit in recognition of our commitment to being a “Green Sanctuary” and caring for our earth and church grounds. This is the work led by your Earth Ministry Team and it involves every member of UUCWC. … read more.