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Theme: Journey


From the WUUC Worship Team The March theme for worship, RE, and small groups at WUUC is: What Does It Mean to be a People of Journey? Our monthly themes and resource materials come from Soul Matters Sharing Circle, a network of Unitarian Universalist congregations. See the link to this month’s materials at the bottom […]

Minister Search, Budget Occupy the Board


At the board’s business meeting on Jan. 18, there were just two topics:  the upcoming minister search process that will be the subject of a second town hall on Feb. 3 and the budget town hall on Jan. 27.  Both topics were discussed in some depth, and several proposals were approved to bring before the […]

Spring Rummage Sale Time is Coming!


The Rummage Sale is the second-largest fund raiser at WUUC and we need your help to pull it off. The sale is April 19-20. We start with Sanctuary Set up and Donation day Sunday, April 14 (everything is taken out of the sanctuary, tables are set up to hold the sale items and donations are […]

December & January meals for Camp Unity Eastside (CUE)


On Dec. 30, Shannon Naugle led her brownie troop in cooking lasagna and serving the residents at CUE. Thanks so much to Shannon and these girls! On Saturday, Jan. 26, we cooked and served a Chicken Chili, prepared in the WUUC kitchen by Charlotte Benson, Liz LeMoon, Phil Archibald, and Lauren Soliday (right to left). […]

WUUC Annual Pledge Drive: Strengthening our Connections


The annual pledge drive is when we come together to celebrate and renew our financial commitments to support the mission and work of WUUC. This year’s theme is about building connections and strengthening the fabric of our community. We are the foundation at the center of WUUC, interweaving many facets to create our future. Together […]

Name Badges Help Many People


Part of the Interim Minister’s job is to assess systems in the church with an outsider’s eye. One thing Reverend Diana has focused on is accessibility in the building and in our practices. One part of being an accessible, welcoming congregation is the use of name badges. You are saying something more than your name […]