LunaCon January 24-26

BBUUC has invited our youth to LunaCON on January 24-26. Beginning Friday 9pm with Opening Circle at midnight and ending 9am on Sunday with an open invitation to attend services at 10:30am. This CON will have a Social Action aspect: For every can of food an individual donates we will take $1 off the CON fee, up to 5 cans. The CON fee is $25. CON forms coming soon.

New Walenthorpe Schedule

Our new schedule for Walenthorpe (Youth Group) will be as follows:

12:15pm-1:15pm

  • 1st Sunday – Meeting in Emerson
  • 2nd Sunday – Meeting in Emerson
  • 3rd Sunday – Hosting Social Hall and Family Time
  • 4th Sunday – Meeting in Emerson

Women of All Ages January 14

UUCJ Women of all Ages meet at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 14, at the Regency Square Library, 9900 Regency Square Blvd. If you’re a new member/friend of UUCJ or just want to get to know some fabulous other women in a social setting, please join us.

Caring Candles

Following his recent hospitalization at Shands Hospital, Henson Markham has moved to live with his son, Brian Markham, in Columbus, Georgia. He is now under palliative care. His mailing address is 8767 River Road, Columbus, Georgia 31904.  Cards and notes of support would be appreciated.

Social Action Film Series at BBUUC

Suppressed: The Fight to VoteBuckman Bridge Unitarian Universalist Church invites us to watch:

Suppressed: The Fight to Vote Documentary
January 18, 2020
3:30 – 5:00 p.m.

BBUUC, 8447 Manresa Ave.

Will include a panel discussion, Q & A, and actions you can take immediately. Join us and #UUthevote in 2020.

Ballet Tickets Make Great Christmas Presents!

UUCJ is in possession of 2 donated sets of tickets for Romeo and Juliet. Each set contains two tickets plus a parking pass—all for $50 each. One of these tickets is now selling for $50—so this is a very good deal! The performance takes place at the Times Union Center, Friday, January 10, 8:00 p.m. This ballet comes from Ukraine, and features top Ukrainian artists. It is amazing! All proceeds from the sale go to UUCJ and would help contribute to the budget shortfall we currently have. Contact Darlene Larsen for more info: fundraising@uucj.org

Stocking Stuffers — UUCJ Pens

The sale of each pen supports and advertises UUCJ.

The Fund Raising Team has two types of imprinted pens for sale; both have a  stylus on the opposite end: A royal blue one that lights up our info ($3) and an attractive navy one with silver trimming ($2). Combined with stationery they make great gifts that will keep our church’s name in the limelight, literally. The pens alone are especially appropriate for future new members.

If you interested in purchasing pens see Cyd Reider, Reider, Jeanne Huebner, Arlene Anderson, Betsy Duerling, Janine Leland, Teri Mitchell, or Darlene Larsen. Penny Reid has pens for our Fernandina members. All proceeds from the pens go to UUCJ. Such a winning idea for all — we hope you will consider it!

Hooray! 3,014 pounds in Arlington Community Services Contributions!

Thanks to you for continuing your Sunday contributions and to the Arlington Community Garden for their donations to Arlington Community Services.  UUCJ has matched its previous high of 3,000 pounds achieved in 2017.  We have three more opportunities to donate food toward ACS: the next two Sundays and Christmas Eve. Remember, on Christmas Eve we will be taking groceries, but our goal will be to raise $1,000 in cash to support the ACS efforts to help with utility and rent shortfalls.

Merry Christmas from the ACS Support and Transport Group: Linda Leon who volunteers at ACS, Barbara who is my backup, Marianna Van Hyning, our previous coordinator, and Carlos Fraticelli.