Spring Greetings from the Board of Trustees! There is important work going on within our congregation and the UUA this spring, much of it “behind the scenes”, and ALL of it affects you! This is a long, but hopefully not long-winded, letter, because there is … read more.
It has been exciting to watch the pews fill up more and more each week over the last six months. We’ve had the chance to meet new folks and to catch up with some familiar faces (some of whom I hadn’t seen in years). It’s … read more.
Greetings of the New Year! We on the Board of Trustees of UUCSW want to wish everyone a year filled with love, well-being, and peace. Though the calendar year just recently turned the page to 2023, the church year is at its midpoint. … read more.
UUCSW has had reasons to celebrate in 2022! While crawling toward normalcy post-pandemic, one of these reasons to celebrate is that Rev. Laurel is now fully-credentialled and has been granted Full Fellowship by the UUA. In granting this status, the UUA Ministerial Fellowship Committee noted … read more.
Board Matters, November 2022
Greetings, friends. It’s my pleasure to bring you this month’s overview from the Board of Trustees of UUCSW. The “official” UU theme for November is Change, but as we all know, November is also a time to reflect on things we are … read more.
Welcome to September and to the 2022-2023 church year. It’s exciting that after two years of virtual worship, we are starting this year in a new way – we’re intentionally hybrid.
There are so many things going on in September.
Recently, my yoga teacher read this … read more.
May always feels nostalgic to me. Perhaps it’s all the graduations, and all the memories this time of year conjures. It’s a liminal space, spring – we can sense the promise of summer, the lush green of treetops and warmer days. But for now, … read more.
The benefits of community singing are numerous. Community singing nurtures the spirit and fosters a sense of connection and belonging; studies have shown that the hearts of people who sing together beat in unison! In fact, the benefits of singing in a group extend beyond … read more.
Spring on the church calendar means preparing for the next church year. This includes figuring who will fill the various volunteer roles in the congregation. The most visible part of that is the nominating committee determining the slate of officers for us to vote on at our … read more.
After two years of successfully avoiding it, I finally got Covid. With the lifting of mask mandates and the push to return to normal, it feels absurd, almost comically so. Truth be told, I suspect I caught it the one time we went out … read more.