Author Archives: uucwc
by Jamie Evanini, Faith Action Ministry
“Are you registered to vote?”
“Have you requested your vote-by-mail ballot yet?”
These are questions that every UUCWC member and friend will be hearing in the near future — and perhaps you’ve already been asked. As with the CensUUs Texting Team … read more.
By Michael Howe-Smith, Trustee, UUCWC Board of Trustees
As I newbie I can’t speak for other board members, new or old. This is a personal account of my join-up and immersion in the work of the board.
It all began with an e-mail message, asking me if … read more.
We wanted to let you know that all the backpacks, clothing and supplies that you donated for this year’s UUCWC Backpack Project have been delivered to HomeFront: 15 filled backpacks, 6 Chromebooks and $1,480 in donations! Your stuffed backpacks, computers and … read more.
By Wendy Stasolla
A Green Table is a show and tell from the Earth Ministry about various things you can do to be kind to our Earth. Since we are unable to impress you with an in-person exhibit, I’ll try to do so in writing.
Although … read more.
In response to a number of requests, the UUCWC Board of Trustees asked our Task Force on Reopening to recommend how we might safely permit groups of members and friends to meet on church grounds. This would not include meetings in the church building, … read more.
by Steve Saddlemire, Faith Expression and Funding Team
Over the past several stay at home months, the Faith Expression and Funding Team (FEFT) has been busy developing a program to identify and organize community outreach opportunities for our UUCWC members. The goal of this effort … read more.
By Bonnie Ruekgauer
Despite limitations due to coronavirus restrictions, UUCWC’s Food Ministry has continued to fulfill its mission of feeding those in need.
Since we cannot use the church kitchen for cooking, we have decided to use our resources to support other organizations which provide meals. … read more.
From the UUCWC Board of Trustees
Dear UUCWC Community,
Currently, UUCWC is not planning to return to in-person worship until January 2021. Due to the dynamic nature of the COVID-19 pandemic that is impacting all of our lives right now, this date is intended … read more.
As the names of cis and trans black men and women, as well as non-binary folks who have died at the hands of those who are entrusted to protect and to serve continue to pile up in the streets, we the members of the Unitarian … read more.