Monthly Archives: March 2016

April 3

Great Reads, Part II

March 27

Great Reads — Richard Horwege Gets a Makeover

Transition Plan If you are a fan of our old website, it is still available at We’ll keep the old site up until we are confident that the new site’s calendar is complete, probably until the end of April but possibly, the end of May. On March 21, the staff will stop maintaining the … Continued

2016 Auction and Soiree

April 30, 2016: Social Event of the UCN Season. Auction donations are in and the catalog is printed and attached for your bidding planning pleasure. Read it now: 2016 Auction Catalog Final. We look forward to your support and our best Auction yet!   Thank you Attachments 2016 Auction Catalog Final (396 kB)

March 17 Reflections

This week I reflect on a number of topics. Remembering Skip UUA Election process Spring Cleaning this Sunday Taking Time for Yourself. Planning for new members. Remembering Skip Friday, at 11 AM we held a celebration of the life of Walter “Skip” Earl, a longtime and much loved participant in the sacred work of the … Continued

A Simple Gift

Our own Jack Whitelaw has composed and written a musical entitled A Simple Gift, which is being premiered at the Governor’s School for the Arts, in their Dalis Black Box theater, on  March 18 and with a second performance on March 19 at 7 pm. The new musical A Simple Gift tells a story of … Continued

Join us to celebrate Ostara

Please join CUUPS (Covenant of Unitarian-Universalist Pagans) as they celebrate Ostara. We will do an open-to-all ritual followed by a potluck. Please bring a candle to consecrate and a dish to share. Saturday, March 19th.  6 pm to 8 pm. Childcare provided by request.

March 20

This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. Climate.

March 4 Minister’s Moment

“Every day take one action that you believe in.”  (…after M.S. and J.A.) Starting with gratitude.  Thanks to all who participated in the Poetry Service last Sunday:  Allen Perry and Mark Fetterly, who started us off, poem readers Matt Griset, Brian Brennan and Harvey “Ed” Jones, sound crew Perry and Nancy Duncan, the choir (who … Continued