As of April 2nd, 180 members, friends and visitors have responded to the 2021/22 Annual Pledge Campaign, for a total pledge of $402,000. Eighty-eight pledge units have increased their pledge for an average increase of 5%. Thanks to everyone who has pledged, and especially those … read more.
Creating Community, Celebrating Life, and Changing the World
The UUCWC Stewardship Committee is pleased to announce that we kicked off our 2020-2021 Congregational Pledge Campaign on Sunday, February 9, and will continue through March.
Our Stewardship theme this year is focused on our mission, Creating Community, … read more.
During the February 9th Stewardship and Capital Campaign Kick-off Sunday Service, Laura Wall spoke words that resonated strongly for me. Laura said “I’ve spent my career running non-profit organizations and am currently the Executive Director of CASA for Children, here in Mercer County. For … read more.
In case you missed the Stewardship Sunday Kick-off on February 9, here are the highlights:
By George Faulkner and Lori Hoppmann
For those of you fortunate enough to be over age 70 & 1/2 and have individual retirement accounts (IRAs), here’s a suggestion on how to make a capital campaign or annual operating pledge contribution that’s fully tax-deductible. With the recent … read more.
We have very exciting and time sensitive news to share! A very passionate and generous contributor to UUCWC has challenged our congregation by offering $10,000 toward the assistant minister financing if 75% of members submit their pledges by Sunday, March 17! That leaves us just over … read more.
This year, as Kim so eloquently and vulnerably pointed out, we are at an inflection point as a growing congregation both in size and complexity. We are asking you to dig a little deeper to support the addition of an assistant minister. This is SO … read more.
by Lori Hoppmann, Stewardship Chair
It’s hard to believe it’s almost Stewardship time! Our Stewardship theme this year is Heart of the Matter, and we hope that you will look deeply into your hearts to discern what UUCWC means to you and how it has impacted … read more.