What's happening at the UUCG?
Jan. 1st - Jan. 14th, 2018
We are also looking forward to a new project, hosting “Help with Health Care Forums” where we will invite members and the community to learn about accessing health care. For any questions please contact Ana Schultz @ email@example.com
Offering Our Plate (Living Generously)
We are happy to report $288 was collected for the Holocaust Memorial, and $204 was collected for the California Wildfires.
This week Nancy Wiehagen spoke for the Transitional House of Greeley. The Transitional Houses' mission is to provide safety, stability, and opportunity for families in crisis through emergency shelter and comprehensive support services.
**Now that the nomination process has begun, we hope members will consider making a nomination. Using our plate in this way will help us to grow of spiritual practice, live more meaningfully, and help heal our world. Look for the colorful box that Sharlene Meydel decorated in the Foyer to make your suggestion! (must meet criteria)**
Sunday, Jan. 13th - “Ubuntu – I Am Because We Are” - Rev. Aaron Norris
Rev. Norris asks this week: What is Community and Why Does it matter? After spending the past few months talking about calling and responsibility and focusing in December on Family, we will expand our focus to something wider: community. Using the southern African philosophy of Ubuntu as a touchstone for a broader conversation about how we might walk in this world.
RE: Spiritual Practices - Yoga
Women's March in Greeley
at Lincoln Park Saturday January 19th at 10:00am. Meet at the UUCG at 9:30a if you'd like to carpool. No need to go to Denver or anywhere else. Locally we are coming together to celebrate the women of our city, county and state. From business owners to physicians. Come out and support these ladies!
Martin Luther King March 2019
January 21st, 2019. This year’s march begins at 9:45 AM at UNC’s University Center, continues down 10th Avenue, and finishes at the City of Greeley’s Union Colony Civic Center. . Join members of our community from the Marcus Garvey Cultural Center, the University of Northern Colorado, the City of Greeley, and Aims Community College as we honor the life and legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and reflect on our collective responsibility to work towards a more equitable society.
This year’s theme is Unity Begins With You, and our footprint is bigger than ever! The celebration includes the annual unity march (with a new route), the celebration of Dr. King’s life and legacy, a reception and art show, and a week of events hosted by partners across our community.
Other News and Reminders
Just Like Us, by Karen Zacarias
January 25 & 26, 2019 at Hansel Phelps Theatre (inside the Union Colony Civic Center in Greeley) $5 suggested donation at the door (general admission seating) All donations collected will benefit the UNC DREAMers scholarship fund. About the play: Directed by UUCG friend Jose David Renoza (who spoke at UUCG in September), Just Like Us follows four Latina teenage girls in Denver — two of whom are documented and two who are not—through young adulthood. Written by Mexican American playwright Karen Zacarias and based on the bestselling book by Helen Thorpe.
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 UUCG on Sundays.
If you need to set up a meeting with Reverend Aaron Norris please click on : my calendar link to make an appointment.
***Minister@greeleyuuc.org is Rev. Aaron's Email
Margaret's Office Hours : Mon, 10 am - 12 pm
Tues 1 pm - 3 pm
Fridays 1 pm - 3 pm
If you have an announcement or corrections you would like to see in our weekly announcements, please email Margaret at firstname.lastname@example.org by10 am on the Tuesday you wish to see the announcement in!
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