A cherished observance for many in our group: the annual Flower Communion. Bring flowers from home or from anyplace meaningful to you, and in our ritual we will share them in a display and send everyone home with a bit of beauty. Find our more about this uniquely Unitarian-Universalist practice in the excellent Wikipedia page on the subject.
The next of our regular All-Committee Nights at the church! Join us at 6:00pm with a brown-bag supper -- then at 6:30 we'll break off into our groups. Later we get back together to give brief reports on what we've done. It usually turns out to be fun because we enjoy each other's company!
Pick the committee that most interests you:
Bodhisattva is a Sanskrit word -- it's used to describe somebody who so moved by compassion for the rest of the world that they seek to radically transform themselves for the good of, well, everyone everywhere. Rev. Melissa Mummert will help us to understand this concept and ... who knows? Help us to take steps along its path?
Social Concerns/Social Justice Committee’s APRIL project to “CHANGE the World” will benefit HONOR THE EARTH, a Native-led environmental organization working to address climate change and build a renewable energy economy. You can leave your spare change (or larger donation) in our CHANGE jar in the front foyer.
Our UUCCV library collection – the Max Curdy Library – located in our front office has been nicely reorganized and labeled so you can more easily find things of interest. AND a complete listing of our books has now been created and will be updated as new or donated books are added. You can find that list on our new Library page!
Did you see the excellent story by LeAnne Bartelt in the Hickory Daily Record?
Either way, we have it here for you to read as a PDF. It's all about Rev. Melissa Mummert and her hopes and dreams for us.
So you'll definitely want to read this. Download it here.