The Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing will host a reading of I Am Jazz, a book by transgender teen and Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation Youth Ambassador Jazz Jennings, on Thursday, February 27th from 5:00 PM- 6:00 PM in the church’s Crossings Room. … read more.
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In case you missed the Stewardship Sunday Kick-off on February 9, here are the highlights:
by Steve Saddlemire, Co-Chair, Grounds Committee
We hope and expect everyone is taking advantage of our new pervious paved parking area. While we have established a workable parking pattern, we have not resolved several issues and need the congregation’s help.
Recently, there have been several instances … read more.
by Jamie Evanini, Faith Action Ministry
On Sunday, January 12, the Faith Action Ministry hosted a special gathering to celebrate, commiserate, and motivate by looking back on the fullness of 2019, and casting our visions for 2020. As part of the event, participants walked through a … read more.
by Michael Howe-Smith, Pastoral Care Ministry
I’m sure you’d agree with the sentiment in my headline. The words are taken from one of our UU covenants. This one continues:
Love is the spirit of this church and service is its law. This is our great … read more.
by Dianne Ross, Trustee, UUCWC Board of Trustees
Typically UUCWC’s Board of Trustees has two retreats a year, one in late summer and one in winter, to dive deeper into strategic topics. The Board continues to work on transparency, engagement, and clarifying policy-based … read more.
by Wendy Stasolla, Fundraising Committee Chair
Thanks to all who attended the fundraising brainstorming meeting on January 15, and also to those who emailed their ideas and suggestions. We had solid discussions and will be looking into promising ideas that surfaced.
One thing we identified to support … read more.
2020 is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day
by Chris Piatek
Each Sunday, we light five Candles of Fellowship to actively affirm our commitments to five core UUCWC principles. One of these candles affirms UUCWC’s commitment to caring for our earth and, more locally, our church … read more.