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GUEST at YOUR TABLE money and boxes can still be dropped off on Dec. 25th and Jan. 1st. We know how busy the season is, and will be happy to take your donations for the global efforts of our UUSC. Thank you to all who have given toward this great organization.
Sat, Dec 24, 7:00pm Our annual Christmas Eve Candlelight service will begin at 7pm on Sat. Dec 24. Please remember that we will have a time of cookie sharing after the service, so bring a dozen or so cookies to share. If you wish to bring them early, there will be someone in the church office will be open until 3pm on Thurs 22 to collect cookies. Bringing them early will…
GUEST AT YOUR TABLE campaign ends Sunday, December 18th. Please turn in your coin boxes and envelopes for UUSC. If you forgot, yes, we will still take them next week, but chocolate sales end December 18th. Remember, checks should be made out to UUCJ, with UUSC on the memo line. Thanks for all your support.
Our own singers and instrumentalists are featured in this showcase of traditional and contemporary holiday songs. December 11th, beginning at 10:45 a.m.
LAST TWO WEEKS! Guest At Your Table will wrap up on Dec. 18th. Keep filling your coin boxes or fill out your $40 UUSC membership envelope. (Write checks to UUCJ, with UUSC on the memo line.) Holiday cards and chocolates are still being sold, so please support the great global work of our Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.
Movies, popcorn, cookies, friends, and fun! December 16th, 7:30PM-10:00pm in the Clara Barton room. Contact Tyler Burley at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Christmas Pageant will be December 18th. If you’re interested in participating, please contact Tyler Burley at email@example.com. Parents, this requires very little commitment outside of showing up at service December 18th.
The Christmas Pageant will be December 18th. If you’re interested in participating, please contact Tyler Burley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Parents, please bring your children to the Ingersoll room (The Water Village) for casting and planning at 12:15 pm this Sunday, Dec. 4th.
This month we are recognizing Lois Hoeft for Generosity in Action. She has served on the board for two years, chairs our ICARE committee, sits on the Campus Renewal Taskforce, and volunteers in Religious Education. We owe her our thanks for everything she does!
We will begin again on January 15th with a class on Fermented Foods, where we will each make our own sauerkraut to take home.