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This Sunday, August 12, 2018
ONE SERVICE — 10:00 am
“How Do We Act Justly in Crazy Times?
Pulpit Guest:
Barbara Frey
Worship Coordinator:
Steve Frey

Faced with a toxic environment of inequality, unfairness, and disregard for human dignity,
how do we stay true to values
of compassion, equality,
and justice?
CHURCH LIFE
Summer Reflections
from our
Board President
David Feil
Religious Education starts September 9th

Teachers Needed!
You don’t have to be a parent in the program to teach – we love participation from all congregation members.

Volunteer or Register Today!
The Auction is one of the biggest and best events at UUCW!

Mark your calendar for the "Making Memories" Auction
on November 10th.

Your donations will make our auction a great success!
Join the UUCW Adult Choir!
All levels of talent are welcome.

Rehearsals are 7 pm on Tuesdays
starting September 4.

For more information, contact Music Director Ruben Piirainen.
Water Communion Sunday
September 9
9:15 and 11:00 am

Bring water that represents your summer's experiences to pour into our common bowl, bring your inquiring mind, your heart - whether hopeful or hurting, and the warmth of your presence.
FELLOWSHIP & LEARNING
Piecemakers Quilt Group
Travels to View
Japanese Quilt Exhibit

All are welcome
to join the carpool to the
Wisconsin Museum of Quilts
and Fiber Arts in Cedarburg on Sunday, August 26, after service.
The Great Books Group
examines
Mexicans in Wisconsin
by Sergio Gonzalez

10:00 am - Monday, August 13

Sharing the stories of immigrants who become a significant and diverse part of this state's cultural and economic history. 
Newcomers welcome at
Men's Breakfast Group

Tuesday, August 14
at 7:45 am
Bakers Square
at 15300 Bluemound Road
Elm Grove
The Tritonics
Fabulous Jamaican
Rocksteady Reggae at UUCW!
5:30 - Saturday, August 25
Volunteers Needed!
Help make this evening of fun and food a great success!
Contac t Jen Nicolosi .
LIVING OUR VALUES
#Close MSDF Campaign

Join the efforts of UUCW members active in the #Close the Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility coalition and learn about upcoming events.
This summer the IRM Youth Group prepared and delivered meals for homeless persons in the Milwaukee area.
Your Donations are Appreciated!

UUCW Food Pantry donations of non-perishable food items will go to Invisible Reality Ministries neighbors in need.

Fresh produce will be accepted Sunday, August 26.
Split the Plate Recipient:
Milwaukee Riverkeeper

Envisioning a future in which people from all walks of life can enjoy the healthy waterways of the
Milwaukee River Basin.
Picture of the Week
Five members from the choir visited Warren Phinney in Cedarburg last Sunday. Warren is a UUCW Member Emeritus and was active in the church choir for 50+ years. Warren enjoyed the visit and was in good spirits with his usual sense of humor and witty jokes! Together they sang favorite hymns for over an hour.
Next Sunday, August 19, 2018
ONE SERVICE — 10:00 am
Working Towards Hope
Kimberlee Carlson Tomczak,
UUCW Intern Minister

We struggle to find hope in a world where hard work and integrity does not always create a flourishing life for humankind. Let’s examine the need to believe in hope, our relationship with work, and our ideals as Unitarian Universalists.

  Another excellent performance by the Kaleidoscope Worship Band.
UUCW also publishes a monthly newsletter, called the West Wind, which has more in-depth articles and announcements.

Download the August edition
or previous editions.
Come  as  you   are  - leave inspired!