The Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing was recently awarded certification as a River Friendly Community Partner by the Watershed Association due to a long time and long term commitment to environmental stewardship. According to the Watershed Association, “This River-Friendly status means the organizations … read more.
While you weren’t looking, there have been some new additions to the UUCWC Grounds and perhaps you will discover them when you next visit the property. Thanks to a grant from UUCWC’s Endowment Fund, and a grant from Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve, along with Earth … 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.
We Are Gold: River-Friendly
After several years of effort and review, the Earth Ministry Team is pleased to announce that UUCWC has been certified as a “River-Friendly Community Partner” by The Watershed Institute of Pennington, NJ. Al Johnson and Barbara Drew, Co-chairs of Earth Ministry … read more.
By Al Johnson and Barbara Drew, Co-chairs, Earth Ministry Team
“When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the universe.” John Muir, reflective of our UU 7th Principle
April 22, 2020 will mark the 50th anniversary of
the … read more.
Hike the Abbott Marshlands, Roebling Memorial Park Sunday February 23rd; weather permitting.
This hike is approximately 2.5 miles of easy terrain.
the watery fringes of Trenton and Hamilton and the bluffs overlooking
the Abbott Marshlands, several trails offer opportunities to see animal
and plant life, … read more.
2020 is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day
by Chris Piatek
Each Sunday, we light five Candles of Fellowship to actively affirm our commitments to five core UUCWC principles. One of these candles affirms UUCWC’s commitment to caring for our earth and, more locally, our church … read more.
Join the Earth Ministry Team for a potluck (vegetarian) and meeting to discuss ongoing “green” projects and special activities for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day this spring, such as clean-ups, guided meditation walks of our grounds, educational workshops, and more. Contact email@example.com … read more.
by George Faulkner, Co-Chair, Building Committee
Up on the Rooftop… Reindeer Paws? No. But even better… solar panels! Many longer time members are aware that we installed solar panels in October 2008, and officially dedicated them in 2009. But unless you fly a … read more.