What's happening at the UUCG?
Dec. 12th - Dec. 18th, 2017
Dec. 12th, 2017- Spirituality, Religion and Conversation
"Do you have to an activist to be a UU?" The group will be discussing this article from the UU World Magazine. We meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. (Except Dec. 26th). No regular attendance is required, come when the topic interests you.
Wednesday Dec. 13th -Judith Meyers' "Feathered Friends" Tree will be installed at 2:30 p.m, at Glenmere Park. The location is on the south side of the park at the roundabout. Parking is available in the church parking lot off of 14th avenue or along the the street that surrounds the park.
Friday Dec. 15th - Unifax Submissions Due.
Sunday December 17th- Choir Performance 9:20am
Sunday December 17th- “The Light Of The World”
Rev. Barry Bloom
Jesus was described by many as the “light of the world.” There was great hope that he, the Messiah, would change the world. The poor would finally inherit the earth. He was not actually born in the season that we celebrate. Probably a spring baby. Many of the mystical aspects of the birth story are more myth than “fact.” But his followers started a religion that now counts more than a billion members worldwide. Something important is true and right here. We need listen. What does this mean for us as UU’s?
RE: Epiphany #4
Social Justice Circle - Holiday Giving
We have two projects for the holidays, one is Collecting food for the Weld Food Bank. The children in RE made paper bags to fill with non-perishable food items to be returned. Please look for the bags and box in the Foyer. The food will be delivered to the Food Bank weekly. Our other project is a Warm Clothing Drive. Please bring new or gently used coats, gloves, mittens, scarves, hats & new socks. This clothing will be given to refugees and others in need in our community. Please look for the Bags to Fill and Box in the foyer. The Social Justice Circle Meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the Month.
Other News and Reminders
Very Special Thank you to : Clyde and Rosemary Edmiston for arranging for Jeffrey Lockwood to speak at our church! A Very Grateful Thank you to Jeffrey Lockwood for taking the time to speak at our church, and Thank you to Hollis Berendt and Julie Miller for putting together a wonderful Service!
Immediate Volunteer and Education OpportunitiesMark your calendar with these upcoming education opportunities:
Sunday, Dec. 23rd - "Winter Solstice Celebration"
The UUCG Pagan Circle will be having a Winter Solstice Celebration with a ritual and potluck at 5 p.m. at the UUCG. If you have any questions please contact Michelle Noftsker.
From your Board President
Re: Space Availability:
Hello all! I would like to make you aware of the church's availability on Sundays, after our usual 10:00 AM service. Our renters will now be starting their services at 4:00 PM each Sunday. The church will have availability for meetings / classes / events typically from 11:30 or 12:00 pm for church activities until approximately 3:30 PM - at the latest. Of course, we will have inquiries from occasional renters, but consider making your meeting after our service. The congregants are already here. You have the space. You STILL need to check with Margaret on availability, but please consider using the space. You may want to consider bringing something to eat for lunch to help tide you over for your meeting or activity. Do keep in mind that the thirdSunday of the month, from 11:30 until usually 1:00 PM, you will find your Board of Trustees at work in the RE room. Thank you,
The Chalice Arts Working Group would like to thank Dennis Francen, Jim Shearer, Kathy Wise, Eulice Kogovsek, Ana Schultz, Ron Chiniquy, Sarah Vaughn, Kathy and Jim Vaughn for loaning us art for our sanctuary, the walls are full! Thank you to Krisitna Bain for the fresh evergreen wreaths. Thank you to Julie Miller for freshening up Judith Meyers' UU Paper cut. It looks great center stage!
We would like to know if you have any scrip card suggestions. Please come by the gift card table in the foyer or contact Josette at 381-7891 or email@example.com to find out more.
Have you Noticed Our (2) Blue Recycling Bins in the Church? One is located by the North Entrance under our information station. The Other is located in the Barbara Bowles Room by the East entrance.
Female Preferred, to rent out entire basement off 35th Ave and 20th St. If you would like more info Please contact Atulya at 970-702-5322.
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 at303-273-9908.Church Hours : Mon, Wed &Thur 10am - 12pm
Tues 9am - 11am
Fridays 1pm - 3pm
If you have an announcement or corrections you would like to see in our weekly announcements, please email Margaret at email@example.com by 10 am on the Tuesday you wish to see the announcement in!
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