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Calling all unicorns, knights, sports heroes, superheroes, wizards, flying monkeys, queens, elves and other amazing characters! LEGENDARY: the fabulous UUCW “goods and services” auction is coming up on Saturday, November 12th from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.!
At the Auction, church members and friends bid on items, events, and services donated by other church members and friends (as well as from local businesses). The funds we raise help fund the UUCW Operating Budget.
Our LEGENDARY auction theme this year is inspired by our November Soul Matters Theme, “We Are a Community of Story.” Legends, myths, tales and stories—imagine all the possibilities for auction fun. Costumes are encouraged (but not required!)
UUCW blessed and hung a Black Lives Matter banner on our building in April 2016 as a tangible symbol of our congregation’s support of the Black Lives Matter movement, which was voted upon at the January 2016 congregational meeting.
Our Black Lives Matter banner was hung in accordance with the “temporary banner permitting process” of the City of Brookfield, which states that any organization may post a temporary banner no more than four times a year, for 30 days at a time. After we reached the time limit for the banner, we posted new, smaller Black Lives Matter sign in keeping with City of Brookfield rules for temporary political signs.
Each month, UUCW gives half of all undesignated offering monies to non-profit organizations as a way to help us live our Unitarian Universalist values and serve our community.
Neighborhood House is located on Milwaukee's near west side, and has been in operation for 70 years, serving low income, largely non-white children and their families. It's a community center in the settlement house tradition, founded to help strengthen children and families in some of the city’s most challenging neighborhoods.Read more...
SEWUUC (Southeast Wisconsin Unitarian Universalist Congregations) is currently hosting its annual FrUUits and NUUts sale to raise money for advertising about UU congregations in Southeast Wisconsin on public radio. Order forms will be available in the Community Room after both services on Sundays. Payments are due when you place the order and should be made payable to Southeast Wisconsin Unitarian Universalist Congregations. The deadline to order is Sunday, November 6th. Deliveries of the delicious treats will occur in early December. Click here to download the order form.
Imagine the Unitarian Universalist Church West of the future: a congregation with a building as open and flexible as our theology, as welcome and warm as our spirit, a building with mechanical systems that are healthy and efficient, office and meeting spaces that help our ministries hum along, and a floor plan accessible to everyone! We're describing UUCW’s Build 2020.
For the past two years, UUCW has engaged in a Holistic Study process to discern what needs to happen to transform our building into one that more fully supports our ministry and mission. We worked with Workshop Architects on that process, which resulted in a preliminary architectural plan. Click here to view the Holistic Study presentation.Read more...
Click on the image to read the October edition of our monthly newsletter, the West Wind.
Sunday, October 30th—9:15 and 11:00 a.m.
Pulpit Guest: Francisco Mora, Worship Coordinators: Karen Engelking and Eddee Daniel
Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) is celebrated by people of Mexican ancestry. It’s a time to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and help support their spiritual journey. Local Mexican-American artist Francisco Mora explores the visual history and roots of the modern version of Day of the Dead art and celebrations. Born in Mexico City, internationally-trained artist Francisco Mora came to the U.S. in 1980 and has called Milwaukee home since 1984. Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) is celebrated by people of Mexican ancestry. It’s a time to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and help support their spiritual journey.
About our guest: Local Mexican-American artist Francisco Mora explores the visual history and roots of the modern version of Day of the Dead art and celebrations. Born in Mexico City, internationally-trained artist Francisco Mora came to the U.S. in 1980 and has called Milwaukee home since 1984.