Each month the Church supports a social justice organization by donating one Sunday’s plate collection. The UUCPA Action Council reviewed the current program, considered current and proposed causes nominated by congregants, and decided on a slate of organizations to present to the congregation for … read more.
Thank you to several new volunteer weeders who have “adopted” plants to weed around!
Carol MacIntosh and Larry Seiders (Til Evans Garden), Elsa Schafer and a family of four: Craig and Ric Marshall-Nicholls and their children.
Can you do a little weeding or even take on a … read more.
UUCPA is hosting the Heart and Home Women’s Shelter from February 24, 2019 through April 7. Up to 15 Heart and Home participants will be eating dinner and sleeping at UUCPA during their time here. Families and individuals can volunteer with Heart and Home women’s homeless … read more.
From March 31 through May 5, the 9:30 am kids program will focus on “Nature Fun.” All ages from grades K-5 will meet together, and kids will decide which Nature Fun activity they would like to try that week. Middle schoolers from the Ecojustice class … read more.
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.
Ecojustice Camp, a week-long day camp sponsored by UUCPA, believes that humans can have a positive impact on each other, and on the natural world. Ecojustice Camp is a time for campers to feel a part of the interdependent web of all life.
This year Ecojustice … read more.
The Charter of the UUCPA Action Council specifies that the Council has between seven and nine voting members, appointed by Amy and approved by the Board. The Council has had seven voting members for several years. In February the Council welcomed an eighth member, Jessica … read more.