Please register your children for religious education programs for the 2019-2020 school year. It really does help us to plan when you register every year. It’s easy, register online here:
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UUCPA services are now being broadcast on FM 88.7! Bring your radio* and tune in if you find yourself moving around campus, prepping for Second Sunday Lunch, weeding our beautiful landscaping, tending to small children in the nursery or Thatcher playground, or off-site at the … read more.
Come join us between services every second Sunday in Room 1 for
UUCPA Story Time, where each month we will read a short story
about a different religion or social issue. Children young and old are
welcome to join us!
After the story, children with their parents are welcome … read more.
— Rev Amy Zucker Morgenstern
Near the end of June, a year into the new “zero tolerance” policy of deterring immigration by separating families and locking up children, I learned that July 12 would be a day of nationwide protest (“Lights for Liberty”): against the camps … read more.
Brown Bag Books does not meet in July or August. The September
book selection is The Far Away Brothers: Two Young Migrants and
the Making of an American Life by Lauren Markham (non fiction).
This is the “story of (two) brothers who escape El Salvador’s violence to build … read more.
The Yard Sale will not take place this year. There were a number of factors: the lobby was rented through the whole period; two services begin again in Aug.; also the Board has concerns about the amount of staff time involved and the amount of … read more.
August 18 and September 1, 2019 are the next two deadlines to submit items for publication. Send them to email@example.com or leave hard copy in the church office. Note that we do not publish personal phone numbers/email addresses to safeguard privacy.
On the day of the Summer BBQ, we had a great turn out of volunteers who carted, cooked, managed the serving table and then cleaned up. Not to mention Paul Kostka’s rocket launches for the kids. Thanks to everyone who came through and made the … read more.