June Pastoral Care

In June, our Pastoral Care Associate will be Linda Aldrich. You can email her at LindaA@firstuuwilm.org. (Lydia Robb will be the Pastoral Care Associate through May 31. You can reach her at LydiaR@firstuuwilm.org) Please let us know if you need help or if you know someone in our community who...

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FREE Greeting Card Giveaway!

The book corner is no longer selling greeting cards but has a box of leftovers to distribute to any takers. Some have nice art, could be re-purposed for collage or other projects. Come, take a look in the Book Corner on Sunday, June 2nd only, in Parish Hall after Church.

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TODAY is the DAY!

TODAY is the last day to submit your nomination for a Second Sunday Special Collection for Fiscal Year 2019-2020!! Is there a group that holds a special place in your heart? Send your nomination to marina@firstuuwilm.org with your name, charity contact info, and a brief summary of the work they...

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Pledges for Mini Capital Campaign

Our Contractors are busy working on the construction that we hope to have completed by early September. Thank you to our generous pledgers to the Mini-Capital Campaign. We have received pledge payments from many of you already, thank you! Our vendors will want to get paid by the end of...

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A Special Sunday!

Make sure you come to church June 30, it will be Roberta’s last Sunday preaching as our Developmental Minister. There will be special music, and a time to wish Roberta great happiness in her next chapter of life.

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Celebrating Roberta!

Come celebrate Rev. Roberta’s time with us at a special dinner June 29. The dinner will be held at the Talleyville Firehouse Memorial Hall, RT. 202, just north of the Church. The gathering will begin at 4:30 p.m., followed by dinner and a program. This event is open to people...

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Hot off the Press! Book Corner News!

Our church member and friend, Jim Curtis, PhD., is announcing the publication of his most recent book, “Decoding Dylan.” It is a “fundamentally new interpretation of the great songs of the sixties that made Bob Dylan a legend and a revolutionary in the American music scene,” according to the publisher’s...

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