Email lists at WUUC
Following are the email lists available at WUUC. Brad Hull and others in the WUUC Communications Committee manage the Announce and general WUUC lists plus a few others. It is important that you follow the guidelines for using WUUC email lists. For a list sharing plumbers, dentists, roofers, etc, try the “WANDER” local business referral page on the secure site (requires login using your WUUC email account).
|Announce||Official announcements of church-sponsored activities only.
|Books||Recommendations and reviews of books.|
|Camping||Planning and coordination of the annual all-church campout near the end of July, usually at Deception Pass campground over near Anacortes—a beautiful place and a classic fun weekend.|
|Candle||Light a virtual candle. Send email to the WUUC community expressing your joys and concerns. Keep up to date with others in the WUUC community.|
|Choir||Choir members; anybody who feels an interest is welcome to listen in and see if they would like to come join in.|
|Earthbased||Social list for pagans, wiccans and others who are curious about how the earth-based religious traditions are supported in our community; planning, discussion, and support.|
|Family||Planning and coordination of family-oriented activities such as the monthly Family Night at church.|
|JY||Junior youth (6th-8th grade) list for communication and coordination.|
|Men||Men’s activities, including annual men’s retreat and occasional sailing adventures.|
|Musician||For those with musical interests of any type; we get together from time to time to enjoy playing together, support each other, and collaborate on special music for services.|
|Playgroup||Kids’ play activities.|
|RE classes||One per age group (DLL will add children and youth when they join)|
|Religion||Discussion of religions.|
|Welcoming||Discussion of welcoming congregations.|
|Women||Women’s activities, including annual women’s retreat.|
|WUUC||General discussion list and definitely the most active email list at church! We use this list to support each other, discuss interesting things, ask for help, and say thanks. Anything you want the whole community to see is well placed here.
|YRUU||Senior youth (9th-12th grade) list for communication and coordination.|