November 7, 2022 Update:
UUCC Good Trouble Team is now 70 people strong! Thank you to all who participated in post card and letter writing and stamp donations, canvassing, phone calls, texts, poll monitoring and poll working, and so much more! Our congregation has been phenomenal in supporting this effort to live our values in supporting democracy and the rights of each person to live a full life.
Good Troublers: to anyone who helped with our Good Trouble Campaign,
We are looking forward to tallying the collective results of our efforts to acknowledge and celebrate what can be accomplished with all of us taking a piece of the movement toward electoral justice and turnout and connection. Together we are stronger! Please complete the survey no later than Thursday November 10. If you run into problems, please email me at [email protected] or call me at 216 299 3064.
Here is the survey to complete, detailing your efforts during this electoral season which are non partisan. Some of us have also participated in partisan work, which is also to be celebrated. However, for the UUCC Good Trouble Electoral Justice Campaign, report only your non-partisan activities. THANK YOU!!
Also, please plan to attend Sunday November 13 after the worship service for the “all congregation brunch”. We will learn more about the Sue McKimm Fund for Congregational Advancement, timelines, and how to craft a letter of intent. At the end of this conversation, we will CELEBRATE UUCC GOOD TROUBLE ELECTORAL JUSTICE 2022 with cake and a summary of the numbers you are providing in the above survey. Please complete the survey no later than Thursday November 10. If you run into problems, please email me at [email protected] or call me at 216 299 3064.