JARS FOR HONEY

As many of you know, Doyle Dobbins is a beekeeper and he donates honey each year and sells the honey with all proceeds going to support the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) and it’s world-wide social just work. He also donates honey to the Food Bank of Delaware. He is...

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Transgender / Non-Binary Monthly Gatherings

This is a wonderful community led space that is truly multigenerational. Many trans UU’s are searching for a way to connect to other trans UU’s and Adrian Ballou has taken on creating this space. Children attend with their parents and there is breakout space for children and youth. This program...

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Justice Sunday, March 14, 2021

Each Spring we have one Sunday called Justice Sunday. It is the day that we focus on the world-wide justice work of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC). March 14th is our opportunity to support the work of UUSC. This will primarily be done through our monthly special offering. Next...

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IN SUPPORT OF UUSCIN SUPPORT OF UUSC

Just to let you know – – – – – – – Our Guest-At-Your-Table (GAYT) program, October through December 2020, was quite successful, in spite of all the limitations and restriction, due to COVID-19. Donations to the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC), during those three months came to $5,109.53. About...

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GUEST-AT-YOUR-TABLE PROGRAM – 2020 WRAP UP

Although this Sunday is designated as the wrap-up date for our Guest-At-Your-Table (GAYT) program for this year, it does not wrap up our support for the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC). GAYT is a vehicle to help us learn about the world-wide human rights and social justice work of UUSC....

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A Story of Hope – UUSC Guest at your Table Program

What is “The Meaning of Home” when home brings violence against women, extreme poverty, and discrimination against Indigenous peoples? These are some of the factors leading record numbers of people – the majority Indigenous – to migrate from Guatemala. “People cross the border in search of new opportunities for their...

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A Story of Hope

Climate change, migration, and pandemic fears all challenge us to consider “The Meaning of Home,” this year’s theme for Guest At Your Table. Home should be a refuge, a safe space, but for coastal Louisiana indigenous communities, the security of home is threatened by coastal erosion, frequent hurricanes, and pollution....

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Guest At Your Table 2020

What is the meaning of home when sea water threatens to submerge your home because of climate change? The Marshall Islands Conservation Society (MICS) with support from the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) has developed tools to help islanders facing sea level rise and severe flooding. Flood risk maps developed...

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