– Forum Adult Discussion
– Forum Room
The speaker will be Steffany Cooper, the founder and director of "Because
Every Mother Matters," a program designed to help African mothers help
– Nursery Care
Nursery care for children up to age 5 is available on Sunday mornings
this summer from 10 a.m. to noon.
– Worship Service
– "Crossing the
– Kaleidoscope Pagan Group
UUCC's Pagan group, Kaleidoscope,
will present a ritual to celebrate Lughnasadh, also known as the first
harvest. Join us to learn more about this traditional Pagan celebration, and
to experience this ritual acknowledgement of the turning Wheel of the Year.
– Religious Education
– Lower Level
This summer we are offering a one-room schoolhouse program centering on the
stories of Dr. Seuss. Rising Kindergarten kids through rising 6th graders
will take part. Preschoolers will be welcomed in the nursery, and 7th-12th
grade youths will be welcomed in the sanctuary or as assistants downstairs.
The lessons will come from stories both familiar and unknown.
Our dedicated Religious Education Team is teaching this summer's
lessons, but the team needs help. The classroom will
require three helpers each Sunday. Please volunteer one or two Sunday
mornings to help make the program a big success!
Sign up here.
– First Sunday Potluck
We have begun continuing our First Sunday Potlucks
during the summer this year! We gather for loving fellowship and hearty
eating after worship so we can get to know each other better and build
lifelong friendships. We invite all guests to join us, whether or not they
have brought food. Everyone pitches in, making light work of setup, serving
and cleanup. We ask those attending to bring a main dish or side dish
sufficient to serve six-eight people so we will have plenty of food. To
promote sustainability, the Green Sanctuary Team urges everyone to consider
bringing their own plates and utensils.
This all-congregation activity cannot be sustained without willing
volunteers to help with setup and cleanup. Setup takes place during worship
and requires four or five people. Cleanup after the potluck requires six to
Sign up to help. Questions about volunteering for setup and cleanup may
be sent to Sunday Morning Assistant Emily Woodall by email.
In addition to your potluck contribution, please remember to bring one or
more non-perishable food items for the food barrel upstairs near the coat
rack. When the barrel is full, the food is taken to the Central Pantry,
which serves Columbia and Boone County.
– Kaleidoscope Pagan Group
The Kaleidoscope Pagan Group
will welcome any who feel moved by the morning worship service to join us
for our more formal evening Lughnasadh ritual at the church at 6 p.m. The
ritual will be followed by a potluck, so please bring food to share.