We are holding a combo garage and bake sale in just a few weeks during the Orton Park festival to raise money for our Building Sanctuary Project. You can sign up on line or in person (after Sunday service) to donate baked goods or items … read more.
Here is the July 2018 JRUUC East Breeze Newsletter.
“Insight without challenge satisfies curiosity, but not a lot more than that.”
— Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray
Please help JRUUC raise funds to become a Sanctuary host site. Our congregation is a proud member of the Dane Sanctuary Coalition and the New Sanctuary Movement. In November, 2017, the James Reeb UU Congregation voted almost unanimously to become a Sanctuary site, to provide … read more.
The April 2018 East Breeze Monthly Newsletter introduces the theme of emergence.
“Emergence is the way complex systems and patterns arise out of the multiplicity of relatively simple interactions.” — Nick Obolensky
Check-in question: What ideas or inspirations are emerging from within you this spring?
Reeb volunteers and friends, do you have any experience in grant research or grant writing? Or do you know someone in the Madison community who has such experience? As you know, our congregation voted almost unanimously in November to become a sanctuary site church as … read more.
The March 2018 East Breeze Monthly Newsletter introduces the theme of balance.
“We seek moments of balance between times of tipping over.” — Kassie Coleman
Check-in question: What does it mean to you to be in balance?
The January 2018 East Breeze Newsletter introduces the theme of Intention
“Sacred space” is another way of saying “with intention.” — S. Kelley Harrell
Check-in question: What is your most important promise to yourself?