Looking for a convenient volunteer opportunity? The food pantry (“Food Center”) at the Morrisville Presbyterian Church (MPC) needs some additional volunteers. Several of us already help out at this interdenominational endeavor. But we could use more help, especially from people who can lift … read more.
Our First UU Principle guides us to see the inherent worth and dignity in each person. One of the ways we might practice this aspect of our faith is by welcoming visitors into the UUCWC fold. If it has been a long time since you … read more.
In September, I met with seven individual class teams made up of the 41 volunteers in the Religious Education program. During these meetings, I witnessed again and again how much our RE volunteers are committed to our children and to passing on Unitarian Universalism using … read more.
by Nathalie Edmond, President, UUCWC Board of Trustees
This summer, the Board of Trustees has been focused on re-examining the critical role of the Treasurer in our congregation. At the annual meeting many of you voted in a new Treasurer, Patrick Kahney. Patrick has … read more.
This summer and early fall I have had the privilege of working more closely with some committees and ministries than my schedule typically allows. In July I was with the Right Relations Committee where we began to think of covenanting as a practice, and where … read more.
To say that the Council for Faith in Action has been restructured is a bit of a stretch. The truth is, the CFA now simply reflects its original purpose and mission: to gather together the representatives of each justice ministry team at UUCWC … read more.
Last chance to sign up for these ARE classes:
Chalice Circle via videoconference once a month.
Join a Chalice Circle from the comfort of your home. Begins Oct 2nd and meets first Wednesdays from 7pm-9pm. Facilitated by Robin Pugh
Living the 8th Principle
Monthly meeting that … read more.
The Faith Expression and Funding Team is part of the Council for Faith in Action, and focuses on two key areas to support UUCWC’s eight principles and community justice work:
Oversee allocation of the 50% of the plate designated for social justice;Develop annual giving plan;Develop/update policies … read more.
During our 100 plus years UUCWC has been active in making the world a better place. While we work on changing the world, there are many who have immediate needs. The Social Action Ministry organizes projects to enable UUCWC to help the people in our … read more.
The Racial Justice Ministry is responsible for ensuring the implementation of the 8th Principle at UUCWC. We see our goal as supporting individuals on their journey to becoming active advocates/accomplices for bringing about racial justice. We also hold the organization accountable to integrating a racial … read more.