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Monday, December 3rd: Lisa Wingate, Before We Were Yours (fiction) — Rill Foss fights to keep her younger siblings together after being placed in a Tennessee orphanage. Monday, January 7th: Jhumpa Lahi, The Namesake (fiction) — A story of family members who exchange their tradition-bound life in Calcutta for America – explores themes of the immigrant…
The UUCJ Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday, December 9th at UUCJ after the Sunday service. The Foundation meeting will immediately follow the church Annual Meeting. All members in good standing of UUCJ are also members of the Foundation and will be entitled to vote. There are three open positions on the Foundation Board to be filled by election. The following are…
UUCJ Women of All Ages hold no regular meetings in December. On Jan. 10, 2019, at 5:30 pm we meet at the Regency Library, resuming the usual schedule of the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. All UUCJ women are invited.
Green Sanctuary Meeting this Sunday, December 2nd, 12:30 in the Fletcher Room. Any member or guest interested in UUCJ’s efforts to “green” the Sanctuary is encouraged to attend. Brief updates will be given and future plans discussed. All are welcomed!
Elizabeth Anthony’s grandmother, Lenora Anthony, passed away on November 12, 2018. Condolences go out to Elizabeth and her family.
The response to our UUSC campaign has been great so far. Remember that you can turn in a check anytime, but keep putting coins into your boxes until our Dec. 23rd service. You will be supporting human rights projects around the world, from Burma to Serbia to Haiti.
Just us for choir practice this Sunday at 12:30pm-1:30pm for our Holiday program on December 9th.
Elizabeth Anthony’s grandmother passed away last week. Condolences go out to Elizabeth and her family. Barbara Parkinson is recovering at Gabriel House on the Mayo campus following her treatment on October 29, 2018. Cards and notes may be mailed to her home address.
Due to unforeseen circumstances we will not be having a bread ritual this Sunday. We would love to have some bread for the potluck but we will not be using any during service. Thank you for your flexibility. ~ Tyler Burley
Come to the potluck dinner at Jennifer Wolfe’s home in Riverside at 1610 Osceola Street. The Bozod minister and his wife will be there so you can have a chance to meet Levente and Angela once again before they leave on the 19th. It is Saturday, November 17th at 6:30pm. Just bring something to share.