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This Sunday, July 15, 2018
ONE SERVICE — 10:00 am
" TBD – To Be Determined "
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch

Outdoor Service
(weather permitting)  

With the Kaleidoscope worship band and the beauty of UUCW’s backyard, we seek our spiritual depths today.

Chairs will be provided but you are welcome to bring blankets or camp chairs for your comfort.
The CAT Report is Here!

Recently the Board of Trustees was briefed on the results of the Congregation Assessment Tool (CAT) that was administered by Holy Cow Consulting. The Board will continue to process the full report over the next few months.

Two copies of the full report are available for check out in the UUCW Library on the lower level. The reports are located on the middle bookcase of the north wall.
The UUCW T-Shirts
are Here!

Orders are ready for pick-up on Sunday, July 15
in the Community Room.

Missed the last order opportunity?
Another order will be placed
this fall. Watch for details.
Coffee Servers needed
for July 22!

It's easy — with all the free coffee you can drink!
The Tritonics
Concert at UUCW!
August 25 at 5:30 pm

Original and favorite rock steady, ska and reggae music.
Song Circle Gathering

Friday, July 20 at 7:00 pm

The Music Committee is hosting an adult “song circle” to share songs and singing together.
It’s Time to Help at
Guest House!

Saturday, July 21

Food donations and
volunteer servers needed.
Invisible Reality Ministries
Food Pantry

Donations of non-perishable food items are appreciated. Fresh produce accepted
on Sunday, July 29.
Split the Plate Recipient:
Big Brothers - Big Sisters

Dedicated to building minds, building dreams,
and building futures for children in metro Milwaukee.
Picture of the Week
A fond farewell to our Administrative Assistant Liz Emmerling-Ginnow.
We wish her and Jon all the best on their new adventure.
Your lives will never be the same, but you will love the change! 
Next Sunday, July 22, 2018
ONE SERVICE — 10:00 am
The Geography of Hope
Pulpit Guest and Worship Coordinator: Eddee Daniel

A natural setting can be a spiritual resource for many.
But in a time of climate change, we may need to look beyond traditional landscapes to find
a new geography of hope.

Today’s guest musician
is Jess Hamel.
UUCW also publishes a monthly newsletter, called the West Wind, which has more in-depth articles and announcements.

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