UUCCV NEWS for
All-Committee Night: June 1st!
The next of our regular All-Committee Nights at the church! Join us at 5:30pm with a brown-bag supper -- then at 6:00 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:
- Membership and Caring
- Religious Education
- Program and Publicity
- Social Concerns
- Congregational Growth
- Building and Grounds
- Finance / New Budget Priorities
INTRODUCTION TO UU
Want to learn more about Unitarian Universalism? Now’s a great time: Rev. Bob will conduct a "UU101" class at 9:30am on three Sunday mornings: June 5, June 12, and June 26. Attend one or all!
The Social Concerns/Social Justice Committee of UUCCV has designated ALFA as recipient of our congregation’s pantry donations and special collections.
Our guests at the Open Mic Night donated a total of $227 to the special collection! Impressive for such a small gathering. THANK YOU to everyone who gave!
ALFA serves to improve the lives and health of those affected by HIV/AIDS while preventing transmission through education and testing.
You can be part of this wonderful ongoing effort supporting real people in our community by bringing much needed food & non-food items to the collection bin in our front hallway. Here are the items that are ALWAYS needed:
Your generosity is much appreciated!
Make Plans Now: August 27
Write it on your calendars! August 27th is the day we'll hold our annual picnic in the park. More details as we get them, but plan to join us at noon and stay until whenever. Food, fun, and fellowship!
We Need a Ladder
Requested Sermon Material
Many people have requested Gabriele Weinberger's "Holocaust Memorial" talk. Here it is as a PDF:
Rev. Bob encourages everyone to read a talk from several years ago:
and his excellent talk on Valentine's Day had many people wanting to read the text, so here it is:
And a few people have asked for a couple of things after LMFW Lee Shackleford's talk January 31st. And here they are:
Want to send suggestions, corrections, or outlandish praise to this newsletter?
Time, Talent, and Treasure
The work of this church thrives on contributions -- and for some that is money, for others it is time spent on our social outreach projects or on our building and grounds ... for others the contribution is in the form of singing, teaching, cooking, or any other talent or skill.
We are all grateful for all of these contributions!