Events for Sunday, February 19th - Monday, March 20th

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Meditation

UUCW-ML-Sanctuary (ML13) (160), UUCW-UL-Red Room (UL5) (15)

“Changing the Thanksgiving Story”

UUCW 13001 W North Ave, Brookfield, WI

As we learned earlier this month, we’re not obliged to continue to view our history in the same old way. There’s an old chestnut (a story) about Thanksgiving that simply isn’t true. Let’s explore how we might tell it right. [...]

Multigenerational Choir Rehearsal

UUCW 13001 W North Ave, Brookfield, WI

Calling all singers, ages 5 to 105! You’re invited to participate in the UUCW Multigenerational Choir.  The Multigenerational Choir will sing several selections at UUCW’s annual Holiday Music Service, which is on Sunday, December 11. If you have children or [...]

Meditation

UUCW-ML-Sanctuary (ML13) (160), UUCW-UL-Red Room (UL5) (15)

Holiday Decorating

UUCW 13001 W North Ave, Brookfield, WI

Help decorate the church foyer and Sanctuary for the upcoming holidays! Guidance and decorating supplies will be provided. We’ll have holiday cookies and festive music! Come and stay for as long as you are able. Contact Kelly Bognar, Publications Coordinator, [...]

Lunch with Rev. Julie

UUCW-LL-Community Room (CR) (60)

All are welcome to drop by UUCW to enjoy lunch and a time of open conversation with Rev. Julie and anyone else who shows up. Feel free to bring a bag lunch and your favorite beverage. We can put on [...]

yUUth Sleepover

UUCW-LL-Community Room (CR) (60)

BLM2WUU Hosts Virtual Panel Presentation

UUCW ZOOM 2

BLM2WUU is hosting a Virtual Panel Presentation on the book My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies by Resmaa Menakem Panelists include: Sienna Lytle, Senior Manager of Diversity, Equity and Belonging for Hubspot Dr. Geof [...]

“Welcoming Wonder”

UUCW 13001 W North Ave, Brookfield, WI

To choose to wonder is to choose to interrupt the expected. It requires vulnerability and a bit of courage to release our grip on the known. Yet in that process, wonder might provide the opening we need to transform our [...]

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