As we settle into this 2020 – 2021 congregational year, your Board of Trustees and staff honors just how challenging this time is for each of us. We share the approved Board goals for this fiscal year based on the seven Board Practices that … read more.
Board of Trustees
by Sue Saddlemire, Trustee, UUCWC Board of Trustees
In preparation for the fall board retreat that took place on September 26, we were asked to read the book Simple Church, by Thom Ranier and Eric Geiger. The purpose of this book, as the title indicates, … read more.
By Jamie Evanini, Trustee, UUCWC Board of Trustees
In our last two meetings, the UUCWC Board has begun to discuss our congregational policies around calling the police. In fact, UU congregations around the country are also engaged in similar conversations after nationwide protests arising from the … 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.
The Board met in July for the first time in the new fiscal year, which started July 1st, and 7th time this calendar year. This year has been quite an interesting year as I begin my fourth year on the board and second year as … 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.
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.
May 14, 2020
by the UUA Safe Congregations Team
Because of the re-opening of some in-person spaces around us, and because of our strong desire to connect … read more.
Here we are. Still apart and yet, still very much together. Congregating virtually to support FUNdraising through our annual auction, to worship, and to celebrate the return of our beloved minister, Rev. Kim. Creating invisible, tangible webs of support as we navigate … read more.