It is with great pride that we share that Nathalie Edmond has been chosen to serve on the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Ministerial Fellowship Committee (MFC)! The MFC is an important and prestigious national committee that is pivotal in deciding who possesses the combination of skills … read more.
by Robin Pugh, Director, Lifespan Faith Engagement
This church year, I’ve taken on some of the responsibilities of the Congregational Life staff position because we are not having our usual children’s program at church. (Our children continue to learn. During the pandemic, Kim and I are … read more.
This church year, the invitation is to deepen your Unitarian Universalist faith by living our congregation’s mission. As mentioned elsewhere in this newsletter, UUCWC’s mission is to Celebrate Life, Create Community and Change the World. We Celebrate Life by attending worship; Create Community … read more.
by Rev. Sue Goodwin
I hope this letter finds you safe and healthy. So much as changed in the last month and much remains the same. March 8th was the last time we gathered in the sanctuary and I think we all knew then, that we would … read more.
I collect wisdom sayings. Honest. Not coins, stamps or even tulip bulbs. I’m the geek with a gallery full of quotes on my phone. I have found the practice of reviewing these quotes to be comforting and grounding. So, I’m sharing my favorites with you … read more.
Dear Members and Friends of UUCWC,
The health of each member of our congregation is of central importance to us at UUCWC. Please: Don’t work sick, don’t school sick, don’t church sick. If you are sick, please stay home. We know that the COVID-19 virus … read more.
by Linda Vogt, Connection Team Leader
It’s coming back, by popular demand! Our next Welcome Table Wednesday, a multigenerational potluck meal open to the whole family, is scheduled for Wednesday, March 18 at 6:15pm in the Crossings Room. Another opportunity to do … read more.
By Rev. Sue Goodwin
Try to avoid spinning. Resilient people tend to be COPERS. They don’t say: “Why me?? What can I do to be released from this horrible situation?” Resilient people say “Why not me?” Bad things happen to everyone. Resilient people cultivate support and … read more.
As most of you know, I am filling in for Rev. Kim in the areas of preaching and pastoral care and I’ve been charged with “letting go” of some of my Congregational Life duties until post-sabbatical because I am a part time employee working twenty … read more.