The Social Action Council has put together a calendar of events to help us as a congregation explore and act on issues related to Escalating Inequality, our Social Justice theme for this year and beyond. Some events are multigenerational. Look for activities in the calendar below that may be of interest to you and get them on your calendar. Watch for details of each event closer to its date.
ONE SERVICE ONLY: 10:00am – 11:00am
UUs Change the World
Kindergarten - Sixth Grade: Our own program written by Maria O’Connor highlights fourteen great Unitarian Universalist forebears who helped change the world through caring, imagination, determination, justice, courage, and creativity. Fun outdoor activities are included with each session.
Nursery - Preschool: Let's discover new friends as we read stories, play games, and sing songs, all while learning about our Unitarian Universalist faith. Great summer-time themes include sharing and caring, families, animals, and nature.
Register at the first Sunday attended. Program coordinated by Kelly Bognar and Dawn Heller.
Questions? Contact Maria O’Connor, Director of Religious Education.
Tuesday, May 19
6:30 – 8:30 pm
A must see passionate argument for the middle class. The 400 richest Americans now own more wealth than the bottom 150 million combined. Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich sees this disparity as a threat to democracy. Inequality for All explains why.
Join us for this special program illustrating the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Escalating Inequality Study/Action Issue.
After services in the lower level Gathering Area
Celebrate the wonderful church year we’ve had together! Mingle with other children and families! Enjoy fun and fellowship! Learn about the great programs planned for the summer! Get started with registration for our exciting 2015-2016 church year program! A non-dairy ice cream option will be available. No cost. No RSVPs needed. We look forward to seeing you there!
UUCW Religious Education Council: Kathy Bradshaw, Kris Tym, Amy White, Meggen Kaufman, and Maria O’Connor.