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UUSC (Unitarian Universalist Service Committee) is due for some of our attention. Our long-standing partnership with UUSC can be refreshed on March 3rd through our Share the Plate Offering.

Justice Sunday reminds us of the importance of our human rights and social justice work and how we engage in it through our partnership with UUSC. It is a local and worldwide partnership. So, it is a good time to:

Update our understanding about the UUSC work and partnerships by visiting and reading about its many programs in many countries.
Think about how we are working with an asylum seeking mother and son, here in Wilmington, through the UUSC CAPAS (Congregational Accompaniment Program for Asylum Seekers) program.
Remember that making financial contributions or donations to UUSC is very important to “fighting injustice” as stated in our First U. mission.
Intentionally plan to support UUSC by generously participating in the Share the Plate Offering on March 3
Donate online directly to UUSC at this link
Write a check to UUSC, which you can send directly to UUSC at this address—UUSC, P.O. Box 808, Newark, NJ 07101-0808.

All cash received for our plate offering or donated online to our Sunday Offering account on March 3 will be sent to UUSC.

If we want to make a difference in human rights and social justice, it is very important that we regularly renew our partnership with UUSC by making financial contributions and by supporting our local CAPAS Asylum Project. Please do so, if you possibly can.

If you have questions, call or text Doyle Dobbins at 302-540-7593 or by email at