What's happening at the UUCG?
January 30th-February 5th
Sunday, February 5th- Universalism. God is Love.- Rev. Barry Bloom
There were profound differences between Unitarianism and Universalism in the 19th Century, when both grew into strong, nationwide, separate denominations. The Universalists were focused on the love of God being the basis for Universal salvation. A loving God would never condemn anyone to hell, they believed. And that upset a lot more people than you would think. We will explore the Unitarians on February 19th.
RE: Chapel on the theme of Identity
Sunday, February 5th- Congregational Workshop 12pm
“Communication skills that create connection in a spiritual community.”
Open to everyone, this program, in the RE room, will identify what works to promote connection and meaning within a spiritual community. It is a beginning to assist in leading us to greater unity and connection in our unfolding future as a church community. As well as an aid to each of us working to create connection within our circle of family and loved ones.
The program will be led by Rev Barry Bloom.
Prior to the class, there will be a potluck. Please bring your favorite dish to share and a place setting.
Other News and Reminders
UUCG Winter Craft & Bake Sale,
Saturday, February 11th. 9:30am to 3:30pm:
Come one, come all to our BIG winter fundraiser! We will have local artists and crafters, plus local bakers on hand to sell their goods. There will be a wonderful spirit of creativity in the air, along with plenty of unique gift and personal items for you to peruse. Come into the warmth of community where handmade love will surround you!
This is open to our entire region, so PLEASE INVITE your friends!
Would you be willing to bring some baked goods for others to purchase? Or would you like to have your own table to sell art or crafts? Maybe you would be willing to donate an hour or two of time before, during or after the event? Please contact Erika Coan to arrange this: email@example.com.
Come support SAVA (our local rape and sexual abuse crisis center) and enjoy a production of Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues Sunday February 12th at 2pm or 6pm at The Moxie Theater. Danelle Beauvais has tickets available or they can be purchased online or at the door. All proceeds benefit SAVA.
Social Event: UU Sunday Afternoon Brewery Fun
Join us to meet and mingle with friends while checking out the local breweries in town. Beer, craft root beer and other non-alcoholic drinks are available for purchase. These will be family friendly events with board games/bean bag toss, snacks and root-beer floats for the kids.
Grocery Certificate Volunteers Needed!
Due to a change in family life Rosemary Edmiston must relinquish her duties as a grocery certificate volunteer and Hollis Berendt wishes to spend more time with her family- thus it is time for a personnel change.
We are hopeful that several will volunteer creating a team of volunteers with a coordinator so that the duties will not fall on one or two people all of the time. The coordinator or at least one volunteer should have access to a computer.
The grocery certificate service provides added revenue for the church, and works closely with the UUCG Treasurer and Board.
Volunteers need to contact Rosemary, Hollis, Erika Coan or Reverend Barry Bloom.
How can I contact Rev. Barry Bloom? If you need to get into contact with Rev. Barry Bloom please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 303-273-9908.
Meghan Groves, our office manager and child care provider, is leaving us at the end of February. She has been with us for a couple years, providing consistent and competent support. We would like to send her off with a goodbye gift. If you would like to donate, please contact Josette at email@example.com
If you have an announcement you would like to see in our weekly announcements please email Meghan at firstname.lastname@example.org by 10 am on the Tuesday you wish to see the announcement in!