Blog (Page 66)

Blog (Page 66)

Why chocolates?

We sell Equal Exchange products in order to support the small farmers around the world.  It’s hard to compete with Nestle and Hershey, so put your dollars to good use during our Guest at Your Table campaign.  The Unitarian Universalist Social Committee thanks you!

Women of All Ages

Our Women of All Ages group will be hosting a Holiday Potluck On Monday December 4, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Social Hall at UUCJ. We are inviting women of all ages to come join us for a social evening and a chance to get to know the varied and interesting women at UUCJ. Please join us for an evening of sociability and fun.

Caring Candles

Buck Plaster is continuing his treatment for a mild stroke at Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital (University and Beach). Buck is in room 3217 in the Ortega section. Visitor are welcome weekdays after 4:30 pm and anytime on weekends. Healing thoughts go out to Buck for his rehabilitation. Meg Rohal’s daughter, Christine and Nathaniel Mouzon were married on 11/12/17 at The…

 UUCJ Journey Workshop

Dec 2, Saturday, 9:30 am ~ 2:30 pm UUCJ Social Hall For Committee Chairs and Members, and Everyone else! Our last workshop of the series, Stepping Stone 5, addresses best practices for making the most out of meetings.  Whether it’s 4 meeting tune-ups, facilitation skills, group development, decision-making, or gaining a systemic view of individual and group process,…

Bequest Club Update

In preparation for the UUCJ  Foundation annual meeting, we updated and are checking our Bequest Club list. This list contains the names of the generous dedicated members who have included gifts to UUCJ in their estate plan. Previous donor’s gifts are an important part of the Church’s financial well-being. Please check the list over and let us know if any names are…

Deeper than The Skin

Barbara Robinson is unable to stay for the service this Sunday, but will be selling concert tickets outside the Chapel before the service. $15 for adults, $10 for children in advance, cash or check made out to UUCJ.