The only youth shelter on the South Side, the Ujima Village Shelter, had a fire about a month ago, leaving 24 youth without this vital resource. We have helped them before with our “Give Away the Plate” contributions, now we can help again in several ways. They are hoping to raise enough money to get … Continued
The rising tide of inequality, intolerance and racism makes it more important for UUs to stand up for their values. UUJEC and UUs for Social Justice in the National Capital Region (UUSJ) are organizing a spring conference in Washington DC to give UUs an opportunity to advocate for a vision of a fair and compassionate … Continued
As part of our pastoral care, members of the church help one another in times of need. We are currently looking to develop a roster of congregants who are willing to provide an occasional meal, ride to an appointment, errand or social visit for members in times of need. If you are willing to be … Continued
Throughout the church year, groups within the congregation organize and facilitate a number of events. We are always looking for volunteers to help put them on. More events may be added and current event details are subject to change so please contact the event coordinator or Program Council Chair Kay Poyner Brown if you have any … Continued
***** NEW Books added ***** There is always a need in Religious Education (RE) for something more. Who does not want to give to the life of our children? Our budget is very limited again this year so we are in great need of supplies for our program. Here is a link to the Amazon … Continued
During the year, volunteers are needed to make numerous fun and joyous church events run smoothly. If you can help, please email Kay Poyner Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This important need is fun and has a variety of responsibilities. Familiarity with computers is a must. You will assist with RE projects and event preparation help visitors do special projects for the ministers and administrative staff assist the church in many other ways. We adopted this way of staffing our office when our budget was cut, … Continued
Social Hour gives us an opportunity for fellowship after Sunday Service. Hosting is provided by individual families, each month’s birthday celebrants, or committees / councils. Those who wish to participate as hosts, even once, may contact Betty V. Holcomb, coordinator.
Every Sunday service offers us the chance to warmly meet and greet new visitors, members and old friends. Join this corps of special individuals as they serve each Sunday as the loving face of First Unitarian. Current commitments are four times a year for ushers and once per month for bell ringers. Ringers need to … Continued