The UUCSS Small Group Ministry program creates covenantal, theme-based discussion groups that are committed to deepening our understanding of ourselves, each other, and the ways we practice our UU principles. Small Groups offer a safe space for adult spiritual exploration and a way to cultivate friendships within our congregation.
The Stewardship Committee is delighted to announce that there will be a music night on Saturday, February 29th---yes, that is leap day 2020---from 6:30 to 9:30 PM. The price will be $15 per person and $40 for a family. Desert and wine will be available for sale.
For the next few months, we will have guest speakers who might have their own children’s stories. But if not, this will provide us with a great opportunity to call on the many folks of our own congregation who are exceptionally able to fill that role.
How about it? Would you be willing to be the guest storyteller during our Time for All Ages?
“Leadership’s purpose is to make things better for the people.” This idea and a powerful reading from Howard Thurman, shared by Laurie Singer, our new President-Elect, set the tone for the first meeting of the 2020 Board this past Monday, Jan. 6th. We had a full agenda, but rolled up our sleeves and got through most of it. Our work included the following:
After five years of dedicated service to our congregation, our minister, Rev. Joe Cleveland, will take his first sabbatical from January 1st through March 31st. Rev. Joe and several of the congregation’s teams and committees have been working to be sure that his areas of responsibility will be covered during this time of renewal.
The Wayside Pulpit
In music there are no walls between cultures.