What's Happening at the UUCG?December 31st, 2019-January 6th, 2020
Worship This Week Sunday Services: Our theme is Choice
Sunday January 5th-One Word for the New Year as we begin 2020.
RE Spiritual Practice, Soul Collage.
Community Events Later This Month
January 18th, 10 am, Lincoln Park
Members and friends are encouraged to mark the 100th Anniversary of Women's Suffrage by attending the Women's March this year. The Women's March is a woman-led movement providing intersectional education on a diverse range of social justice issues. Several members of the church including those who lead our social justice ministry are integral parts of the local organizing group that hold this march. All are welcome to attend this family friendly public witness event. We'll need folks to carry our banners and represent our commitment to social justice.
MLK March and Celebration
January 20th, 9:15 am, University Center
Members and friends are invited to join Rev. Norris as he carries our banner to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the Greeley MLK march from the University down to Union Colony Civic Center. We will also have a contingent in the parking lot of the church who watch the first part and can fall in with our other community members as they pass. All are welcome to attend this family friendly public witness event.
Social Justice Meeting
January 20th, 11:00 am, Barbara Bowles Room
Social Justice Ministry meetings are held the third Monday of the month at 11:00 am. If you are interested, but cannot come at that time, please contact Hollis at 970-590-3289. If no answer, please leave a message. Thanks, Hollis Berendt and Ana Schultz co-chairs.
Pathways to Meaning & Membership Class
January 26th, 11:30Designed for those new to our church, this class is designed to go over some of the basic history of Unitarian Universalism. It also helps to better understand our congregation and see how you my deepen your involvement while being great opportunity to meet others who are new to our church as well, but also have an interest in becoming more involved. Though it is not required for membership, it is highly recommend as a first step to considering membership. Offered about once every six weeks and taught by our minister, the class takes about 90 minutes. If you're interested in attending, please RSVP to Rev. Aaron or follow this link.
Walk and Talks
January 27th; 12-1 p.m.
Theological Walks with Rev. Norris will continue, weather permitting. All are welcome to join Rev. Norris at 12:00 p.m. on site or arrive at the church at 11:40 to join him before he leaves for the walk. In the month of January, Rev. Norris will lead a walk along Sheep Draw trail — starting at the Family FunPlex, 1501 65th Ave., and head north and discussing Choice.
Other News and Events Next Month
Kathy and Jim Vaughn are offering $30 of beeswax candles
made especially for you, you choose the design. Call the office to bid on this item. ($60 has been bid on candles so far)
Faith Flags Growing
Please take the time to peruse our Faith Flags Notebook located near the name tags on the credenza. Take time to read the story behind each faith flag - it's creator and the meaning behind the flag. We have several in the works, so please do consider adding to our collection when you are ready. We will be occasionally featuring one of our faith flags on our Facebook Page, as well. So far, we have had people of all ages contribute to our work in progress, as well as contributors from out of state. We have had people utilize t-shirts, quilting, and a variety of materials to create their flags. Remember, it's about you and our faiths are just as unique as all of us. We do have material and painting kits available at the church, if you would like to utilize them. The kits can be lent out for two weeks at a time and we have 2 currently available (thank you, Julie Miller for the donation) otherwise, please feel free to create your own. If you are mailing it to us, please do include your name, age, and what the creation means to you. This will be posted in our notebook for future reference and years to come. I have included a Faith Flag photo from Adele DelSavio, who now resides in Florida. She moved to Florida and left UUCG to help care for her young grandchildren, whose father Todd, eventually died from a battle with cancer. She is greatly missed, but keeps tabs on us through Facebook, as many friends do. Our flags are all about us and our faith community and all who have been a part of our history are welcome to contribute to the project. Take time to look at them and read about their meanings in the Faith Flag Notebook each Sunday.
Please bring non perishable foods to church to distribute to the Weld Food Bank. Most needed items are peanut butter, tuna fish, beans, pasta, rice, canned fruits and vegetables. Please do not donate expired cans or boxes as they will be thrown out.
Looking for way to contribute to UUCG on Sundays?
You don't have to speak in public or have the best voice in the world, as there are a number of ways in which you can help Unitarian Universalist Church of Greeley on Sundays.
Meetings with Reverend Aaron Norris
If you need to set up a meeting with Rev. Norris, the easiest way is to pick an in-person or phone call appointment that works for you on his calendar at my calendar link. You can also email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have an announcement or corrections you would like to see in our weekly announcements, please email the office manager at email@example.com by 10 am on the Tuesday you wish to see the announcement in!
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