Our share the plate recipient is The Human Fund – “Money For People”
A scam is making the rounds again – it’s an e-mail pretending to be from Rev. Karen or another minister asking for help. Often the first e-mail will simply ask to respond. After responding you’ll receive an urgent request to purchase gift-cards. Rev. Karen will … read more.
Message from Bev Buhr, president JRUUC Board of Trustees
In a recent email from our UUA President, Susan Frederick-Gray, said, “There is no script for these times. We are all learning as we go—building skills of resilience and letting compassion, connection, and ministry be our … read more.
Another couple of busy days with more sobering news, more cancellations and disappointments. We will be decreasing the number of folks who can gather at our building to 10 in order to be consistent with the current ban on meeting size.
I am holding up … read more.
This is a special communication in an effort to keep you all informed about how we are going to minister to each other during the COVID-19 pandemic. First and foremost I want to say how clearly our 7th principle (“Respect for the interdependent web … read more.
Assembly is the annual gathering of Unitarian Universalists, where we conduct
business of the Association, explore the theological underpinnings of our
faith, and lean fully into our mission and principles. Please join us
Wednesday, June 24 through Sunday, June 28, 2020 in Providence, Rhode Island
for this 5-day immersive … read more.
On November 17th, JRUUC was honored to have Art and Dawn Shegonee share their wisdom with us. Unfortunately we had trouble with the audio of this video during the service. Please take a moment to watch, and more importantly, listen to this beautiful video.
I’ve been thinking a lot about how different people have responded to the use of the word “faith” during last year’s process of rewriting our mission statement. Over the summer, I asked for your reflections on the word, and we’ll be including the … read more.
Our September theme invites us to look ahead, and reflect on what we hope to find. In this space, you’ll find a new invitation into reflection on our monthly theme every week.
Check-in question: Do you live in the world as it should be, or the … read more.