Board of Trustees
Once monthly UUCWC board members hold a Board Chat between Sunday services. It is a chance for church members check out what is going on with the board, and the church. What are current issues, what is on the hot seat and what has been … read more.
by Marianne Alt, President, Board of Trustees
Each year the UUCWC Board of Trustees meets at a fall retreat in fellowship, deepening our understanding of our board duties and setting the goals for the year. This year, we began the process at the retreat by examining … read more.
The concept of covenant is most central to my understanding of what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist today. “We, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote” – and our Principles follow.
In the children’s Religious Education program, every … read more.
by Nina Todor, Trustee
I have attended many committees meetings before for church and work, never a board so this was something new for me…At the first meeting I was immediately struck by the efficiency of the meetings; the agenda is followed (amazing) there is a … read more.
On Sunday, June 3, 2018 our UUCWC congregation voted by a supermajority to adopt the 8th Principle. This vote is an important step in our congregation’s racial justice journey which began back in the 1960’s. Where our collective journey goes from here depends on all … read more.
Unitarian Universalism’s Fifth Principle, “The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large,” goes hand in hand with the congregational polity of all UU congregations.
From the UUA Tapestry of Faith Lifespan Curriculum:
“Polity” is a … read more.
The 2017-2018 church year brings many opportunities for us to work toward the important board goal of Actively Celebrate Our Community: Look to the past, present and future to celebrate our community in all ways – big and small.
We are a community that has breadth … read more.