Author: Amy Zucker Morgenstern
Stewards of the Month: Kevin Crane and Barbara Smith-Thomas
Our Stewards of the Month for July took on the dragon of bureaucracy and won UUCPA a PPP loan of $89,000 to help cover staff salaries. We have been paying all of our staff through the pandemic, … read more.
Endless thanks from all of us to Dick Clark, Editor Extraordinaire, Paragon of Patience, Gracious Grammarian, Lord of Layout, Composed Compositor of Crucial Congregational Communication. He has produced The Bulletin week in, week out, for mumbledy-mumble years, bringing us the news, bringing us together, and … read more.
Tuesday, August 25, 1:30-3
It’s been too long since we gathered! We’ll share around the circle on the topic, “Shelter in Place: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” with Amy facilitating. All self-identified elders are invited. If you need Zoom help, please contact Amy (… read more.
Dear UUCPA folks,
Leadership from numerous areas of UUCPA life confirms: having one service on Sundays not only requires less volunteer effort, but is an asset for other kinds of programming. So we will continue to hold services just once per Sunday morning, 10:30, all in … read more.
We hope you can participate in this annual ritual of ingathering. To share, bring a small amount of water (think pill bottle size), securely shut, and attach a label with your names and a word or phrase you would like to guide you over the … read more.
One of the biggest challenges about online church, for me, is the loss of casual contact. I am used to seeing about 200 of our folks each Sunday. It’s a chance to see how people are doing: using a cane for the first time? looking … read more.
Today’s meditation makes another reference to poetry, sent by Brian Weller:
Black earth turned into
We don’t have a lot of crocus around here, but the magic is the same. Plants turn earth into flowers. This delicate blossom … read more.
My friend’s grandparents, all four of them, came to Boston from County Cork, Ireland. They started their families there, raised their children and saw grandchildren born, and grew old in this country. They were homesick at times, of course, and one grandfather talked about how … read more.