Food Pantry Needs Your Help

The 2014-2015 church year is underway, and with that comes the start of a new year of church activities.   Our food pantry is a year-round effort by the Pastoral Care Team to ensure that we have food to offer to those who might need our help when their supplies run low. ...

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Mural Dedication

On September 23rd the Foster Children’s Mural was unveiled and dedicated at Family Court in Wilmington. Such a wonderful, colorful expression of perseverance, determination, hope and aspirations! It’s truly an inspiration. The First UU Social Justice program ILYA (Independent Living for Young Adults) was represented at the dedication by Judge...

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African Library Project

Recycle your books to start a library in Africa. Join Children & Youth Religious Exploration in creating a Primary School and Community Library in Sierra Leone to give the gift of reading to a community in need. Click here for a list of the types of books we are collecting.  Collection...

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Calling All Drivers!

Help keep our beloved community on the move by volunteering as an occasional Pastoral Care Driver.  The Pastoral Care Team helps match members of our congregation in need of rides to those able to drive them.  Ride needs range from trips to doctor’s appointments to weekly rides to church on Sunday. To...

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You, ACME and Teens Aging Out of Foster Care

ACME is running a promotion, which can help teens aging out of foster care set up a new apartment. ACME will give a bonus stamp for every $10 you spend that can be turned in for Cuisinart pots and pans. Cookware is something that’s hard to come by for these...

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Climate March Surpasses Goal

  Participation by members of First Unitarian Church—and a host of their children—in the Peoples Climate March has exceeded the goal set by organizers Elizabeth Siftar and Chad Tolman, who first thought that putting 20 members on the bus to New York might be a stretch. To date, the First U...

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Peace March Sets Route

The March for a Culture of Peace in Wilmington, set for Saturday Sept. 27, has designated its starting and ending points. The one-mile march will form at 18th and Washington Streets, at the southern edge of Brandywine Park, the site of the war memorials. The march will cross through several East...

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When You Sign Up for the Bus …

Here's a suggestion that will help keep the First Unitarian contingent together. When you go to the Eventbrite site to get your seat(s) on the People's Climate March bus from Delaware, you'll get a choice of pickup locations. Many of us are choosing the Brandywine Town Center, where the bus will arrive...

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Will You Be on the Bus?

It's time to decide. Will Unitarian Universalists help make this the largest march in history to demand action on climate change? Will you join the march?  We've set a goal of 20 people from First Unitarian Church attending the Sept. 21 People's Climate March. Today, we learned more about the transportation and...

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UUSC Supports Climate March

Today, an email from Rev. Bill Schulz, president of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, arrived, urging participation in the Sept. 21 Peoples Climate March. Here's what Schulz had to say: Join us next month in taking action to support climate justice! Attend the People’s Climate March in New York City on September 21 or find,...

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