Farewell, Rev. Suzelle! A Retirement Celebration

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Farewell, Rev. Suzelle! A Retirement Celebration

Saturday, January 22nd

Join us as we honor the ministry UUCW has shared since 2003 with Rev. Suzelle Lynch, and celebrate all that is to come in her life and the life of our congregation.

Choose one or more of the following ways to say farewell!

Drive-Thru Adios!
UUCW’s East Parking Lot – Saturday, January 22, 12:30 – 1 pm
Wave goodbye, hold a sign or ring a bell, all from the comfort of your vehicle. Create a parade for Rev. Suzelle to view from the East Entrance.

Bonfire Bye-Bye!
In-person Outdoors in UUCW’s Backyard – Saturday, January 22, 1 – 3 pm
Share your UU Church West stories with Rev. Suzelle, members, and friends while warming your toes around toasty fires and enjoying a cup of hot cocoa. The big TV will be set up to watch videos that honor Rev. Suzelle’s love, support, and commitment to UU Church West.

Online Adieu!
On Zoom – Saturday, January 22, 6 pm
Give Rev. Suzelle a virtual hug! Live and video celebrations that honor Rev. Suzelle’s love, support, and commitment to UU Church West. Contact Vicki Banville, Church Administrator for the link

Mail a Love Note to Rev. Suzelle!
Share your affection and farewell. Send a card or letter to UUCW, 13001 W. North Ave., Brookfield, WI 5005. Cards will be presented to Rev. Suzelle on January 22 in a keepsake box. Cards received after that date will be forwarded to her.

Post a Digital Photo or Note!
Kudoboard is an online greeting card where you can share love notes and photos for Rev. Suzelle to access at any time for forever! Go to https://bit.ly/FarewellSUZELLE

Don’t Miss Rev. Suzelle’s Last Service!
uucw.org/livestreamSunday, January 30 – 10 am
“Love, Gratitude, and a Few Last Words…”  Goodbyes are challenging!  Very few of us are taught how to say goodbye, let alone how to do it well.  On this last Sunday with us, Rev. Suzelle Lynch would like to express her gratitude for 17 years of shared ministry at UUCW, celebrate what we accomplished together, and offer a few last words to wish us well.

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