This month has been chock full of milestones for our congregation! All four Sundays in June we worshipped together, in-person and virtually – after fifteen months of fully virtual worship. On June 6, we voted to call Rev. Randy Partain as our first … read more.
Items which were addressed by the Operations Council during our recent meetings:
Our Name!The name “Leadership Council” has been recognized as problematic for several reasons, among them confusion with the “Leadership Development Committee,” contention over its structure and authority, and distraction from its … read more.
Summer is here and I’m so grateful to be able to see many of you in our in-person services! Thanks to everyone who has attended our outdoor services and to all who have helped to sing and play on recent Sundays. … read more.
The phrase “spark joy” has now become a part of the vernacular thanks to Marie Kondo and her very popular series of books and programs about organizing one’s life through a kind of minimalism of joy. If a thing does not “spark joy” then why … read more.
A UUCC Zoom-In…LIVE! veteran and someone surprising will be the special guests in July on UUCC Zoom-In…LIVE! The surprise guest will be appearing on the July 12 show, and Mike Carney, the show’s first guest a year ago, will be the special guest on the … read more.
Our UUCC Strategic Plan includes engaging more members in justice work that makes our community more equitable, inclusive and resilient. Further, it calls us to develop educational, experiential and worship opportunities that build and nurture an internal culture of anti-racism and anti-oppression. The Racial Justice … read more.
One of my favorite things to do is to investigate. Like you, perhaps, I’ve always tended toward the curious side of life; wanting to know how things tick, what they mean, how they are interconnected. This has led to a life of discovery, … read more.
June looks to be a busy, exciting, and sometimes sad time at UUCC – Candidating Week and meeting Rev Partain, beginning to gather in person, decommissioning the Lancashire building, saying goodbye to Rev Joe, and much more.
Leading up to this most of you probably received … read more.