Become a Member of UUSC

When giving thanks fills up your cup, And those you love are all about, Look to your blessings, count them up, And give back something to the world without. Robert Mabry Doss Over the past month you have met people like Nancy Vilce and Marie Obethe Moise in Haiti, Chrisantus...

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Get to Know Lisa Jacobs

Lisa Jacobs is a life-long UU and has attended First U for two years.  She is a fiber artist who designs knitting patterns for magazines.  As a member of the First U Yarn Creative Group (meeting first and third Mondays… all are welcome) and as Rides Coordinator for the Pastoral...

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God-Free Group Meeting Postponed

The God Frees Group gathering Sunday, November 9 is postponed until January 11, because of scheduling conflicts of this busy thriving church! Contact Scott Ward with any questions.

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UUSC Coffee Project

Your morning coffee tastes good – but does it also do good? It does, if it’s from the UUSC Coffee Project.  Equal Exchange is a worker-owned, fair-trade food company with which UUSC collaborates  –  particularly through the UUSC Coffee Project  – to support small farmers throughout the world.  One of them...

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Ensuring Our Future

Providing for those we love plus the institutions and principles we hold dear is a priority most of us share.  It involves adequate funds for daily needs, savings for major life events and reserves to preserve our future legacy. Do you believe, as I do, that the message and actions...

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November 9 Special Collection

Our November special collection goes to the Clara Barton Camp, a resident camp for young girls with juvenile diabetes. The Barton Center is a non-profit organization which purchased the Clara Barton property from the UUA and is supported by caring people. Many of the campers are from families who do...

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Get to Know David Weiss

David and his wife, Kathi, have been First U members for 10 years.  David sings in the concert choir, because he enjoys singing and belonging to a “small group.”  He recently co-facilitated a Connection Circle centered around humor, during which he became convinced that everything he said was funny.  David coordinates...

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Burma Photo Show Sales to Support UUSC Guest at Your Table

With democracy on the rise in Burma – known internationally as Myanmar today – this nation in southeast Asia, once shut off to foreign travelers, has recently opened their borders. The Fosses, Marrs and Pinsons spent several weeks in early 2014 cruising along the Irrawaddy River, exploring the many gilded...

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Climate Change and Guest At Your Table: A project of the UUSC

Climate change – what does it mean to you?  To Kenyans, it means food insecurity and an unsafe water supply.  Distortions in weather patterns caused by climate change are contributing to the spread of a fungus which ruins maize crops.  Poor farming methods have compromised the integrity of streams.  The...

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Doss Family Thank you!

The family of Bob Doss would like to express our deep appreciation for the loving dedication of three red maple trees in honor of his service to First Unitarian Church. First, and especially kudos, to Barry Marrs who had the idea, earned your support, chose the trees and their arrangement,...

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