Author: BJ Wishinsky

How to Make Your Voice Heard at UUCPA

The Annual Meeting on April 19, 2020 is an important opportunity to have your say in how UUCPA is run and which programs are funded. Learn how to make sure you are eligible to vote and make your voice heard!

UUCPA Directory Makeover

It’s been a while since we’ve updated the printed church directory because we’ve been working on a major update. Here’s an overview of what’s changed:

A new Table of Contents makes it easier to find information like the First Name Index (there is one!) and Key … read more.

Lookin’ Good! Directory Photo Update

In October, fifty individuals and couples posed for new or updated photos that will appear in the next UUCPA Directory in January. Thanks to organizer Bob Ohlman and volunteer photographers Dick Duda, Anne Zeis, Jan Bruner, and Riki Bruner for making this happen!

If you … read more.

Newcomer Lunches

Are you a newcomer (or semi-newcomer) to UUCPA? If so, please
come to the pizza and salad lunch in the Fireside Room after the
second service on September 15. Meet other newcomers and talk
to members who’ve already joined the UUCPA community. Find out
more about an activity or … read more.

Making a difference – UUCPA style

On Sundays, volunteers help run the service, lay out hymnals, run the audio, cook and answer visitor’s questions – all with a smile. Volunteers are awesome – and a critical part of UUCPA life. Now, imagine one time a month when you join them. What … read more.

Membership Engagement Update – April, 2019

Hi, all. I’m BJ Wishinsky. In mid-November I was hired by UUCPA as a part-time Membership Engagement Coordinator. The charter for my position is to support the Congregational Goal to enthusiastically welcome more people into our church, specifically by expanding our processes for guiding newcomers … read more.

Make Your Voice Heard in the UUCPA Community

Once you’ve become an active member of the UUCPA community, formally joining is the next step in making your voice heard. For example, joining gives you a vote at the annual meeting and on matters of importance such as last year’s potential name change. If … read more.