Committee News

Mother’s Day Plant Sale – May 12

Sunday, May 12, 2019 – After both services

Support UUCWC and purchase a lovely spring plant(s), from Bountiful Gardens in Ewing.  Many beautiful hanging baskets will be available. They make great gifts, or take them home for yourself. Either way, everyone will love them!

For special orders, … read more.

UU Summer Camps and Events

UU Summer Camps and Events

Looking for something to do this summer? Check out the options listed here!

Central East Region Summer Institute: July 7 – 13

Are you excited about Building a Vocal community this July?  Registration is now open for CERSI – the Central East Region … read more.

Grounds Clean Up Day – April 27

It’s that time of year when the church grounds need a little tender loving care, and we are hoping you will join the Grounds Committee a.k.a FUN BUNCH,  in preparing our church grounds for the busy spring and summer seasons .  We need to clean … read more.

FAM – Upcoming Events

Join UUCWC’s Faith Action Ministry (FAM) for the following events!

FAM Action Hour – Sunday, April 14, 1-3pm

Join us in room 202 after Coffee Hour to put our UU principles into action by writing postcards and letters to elected officials about timely issues and legislation.  You … read more.

Bylaws Task Force Update

When I joined the Board two years ago I never thought I would be on the Bylaws Task Force, let alone excited about attending the meetings. After spending this year with some amazing people (Marty Friedman, Regina Podhorin-Zilinski, Mike Hanson, Bernice Husk, and Colleen McCourt) … read more.

More Q&A On an Assistant Minister

Since publishing this article, we received word from the Ministerial Fellowship Committee that our Ministerial Resident, Hannah Gallo, will not be able to serve as our Assistant Minister. Rev. Kim and the Personnel Committee continue to consider next steps and our financial capabilities. Updates will … read more.

Capital Campaign/Project Update – April 2019

In March, the Steering Committee met with church staff and Food Ministry representatives to get their input on the use of space as presented in the preliminary architectural drawings provided by our architect, David B. Singer. Van Note Harvey was hired as our civil engineering … read more.