Adult RE – Building Your Own Religion- Sundays. 9:30am in our Library
Services Sundays at 11am
1. Yule Celebration on Sunday morning, Dec. 21, 11am
Carole Eagleheart will lead a merry Yule Celebration service for all ages at 11:00. If you would like to sing in the choir, come at 10:00 to rehearse.
2. Yule Ritual on Sunday evening, Dec. 21
This is an event put on by Moonspirit CUUPS–the Covenant of UU Pagans. It will begin at 4:00 pm with crafting of brooms to sweep clean for the new year, as well as stories for children. Then at 5:30 there will be a potluck, followed by a Yule ritual.
At 8pm, We add our spirit to folk around the world Drumming in the Light! an international webcast.
3. Christmas Eve Service.Carole will lead a Christmas Eve service of carols and stories at 6:00 pm, followed by a light potluck supper of soup, posole, bread, and Christmas cookies. If you would like to sing in the choir, come at 5:00 to rehearse.
7 Dec Pearl Harbor: the Importance of Ritual & Tradition, Stacie Gebeke
14 Dec Chanukah, Michelle Martin & George Oppenheimer
21 Dec Yule Celebration, the Rev. Carole Eagleheart
24 Dec Christmas Eve Service, the Rev. Carole Eagleheart
28 Dec Looking Backward; Looking Forward, the Rev. Carole Eagleheart
Thank you for remembering those in need this season. Collection basket by Social Hall Entry door.
Do you know that, while we think of Holidays as fun time with family & friends, Domestic Violence incidents rise during this stressful time?
Please gift small/personal sizes of toiletries: soap, shampoo & conditioner, disposable razors, personal products…whatever you would want if you were forced to suddenly leave your home.
Basket on Social Hall Info table. Sandoval County women and children thank you.
Not quite up to this? No worries, try YOGA at UUWC
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Share a Cool Harvest with your faith community — food choices that are healthier for people, the planet, and the climate.
Click here to get Interfaith Power & Light’s official 2014 free kit for hosting a Cool Harvest potluck with your friends or faith community. Also, the free Cool Movie and Discussion Kit
Remember the Sand Creek Massacre
UUWC’s Board of Directors meets the 2nd Sunday of each month at 12:30pm in our Library. Members are welcome.
UUWC GREEN accepts cell phones, non-alkaloid batteries and ink cartridges for recycling. Cell phones go to families served by HAVEN HOUSE.