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Recipe for Nurturing Our Church: Pledge Online

Recipe for Nurturing Our Church

Ingredients

The ingredients in the bread may be simple or exotic. To the starters of yeast, sugar and water,  a variety of flours, seeds, spices, and herbs may be added. In much the same way, our Church begins with our basic UUA principles, then we add the sweetness of love, gratitude, and gifts of service and money.

Instructions

With great care, respect, and responsible action the bread is mixed, kneaded, Read the rest

Breaking Bread Together, Sustaining Each Other

Stewardship Season 2022

Breaking Bread Together, Sustaining Each Other is the theme of our Stewardship season this year. “Let Us Break Bread Together” is ancient hymn dating to the 1300s. Perhaps it lives on because bread, in all of its forms, is a life-giving and ubiquitous source of nourishment, and symbolizes friendship and sustaining hope. Almost every society in the world eats bread in some form. Breads are made out of flour or corn, water, Read the rest

DA Drops Charges Against SKUUC Member

We are happy to announce that the charge of disobeying an officer has been dropped for SKUUC church member Rene Castle. Rene was arrested at the Poor People’s Campaign in May 2018. His crime? Hanging an “Honor the Treaties” banner on the statue of Christopher Columbus that is still in place in our state capitol’s rotunda.

Rene proposes that a statue of Reverend Thomas Starr King, the Unitarian minister who played a key role in … Read the rest

RE Reflections – December 2018

Keeping the flame of multigenerational cooperation burning bright 

Since the beginning of the church year we been working well together to include all ages in our community activities.   We started the year off with a fun family picnic.  We held monthly multigenerational worship services where children have been an active part of the worship services.  We joined together with the Peace & Justice Action committee to support Kids Against Hunger.  And our technology experts have … Read the rest