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This 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.
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 "Making Memories" Auction is
Saturday, November 10th.

Join your friends for delicious food, drinks, and fun activities as well as bidding for great items, events & services
at Silent and Live Auctions!
Your donations will make our auction a great success!
Another Great Auction Item:
Pontoon Picnic Party
with Rev. Suzelle
and Cap'n Tom
Enjoy a lovely Summer Sunday evening on the Milwaukee River with Rev. Suzelle Lynch and
her friend Tom Ness. 
Share music, cheerful chatter, delicious fare, and delectable drinks, all while taking in the sights along the river.
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
TWO SERVICES: 9:15 and 11:00 am

Please bring a small amount of water from a place that has lifted your spirit, touched your heart, or fed your soul.
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 Tritonics
Fabulous Jamaican
Rocksteady Reggae at UUCW!
5:30 - Saturday, August 25
Three Volunteers are Needed!
Help make this evening of fun and food a great success!
"Do Black Lives Matter?
The Hidden History Behind Today’s Headlines"
A free public lecture series by Mr. Reggie Jackson about the history and current impacts of the devaluation of Black lives.

Lectures offered Saturdays,
Oct. 13, Oct. 27, and Nov. 13
at Parklawn Assembly of God
3725 W. Sherman Blvd, Milwaukee

Suitable for youth in middle
and high school.
The Food Pantry Bin is Nearly Empty!

Donations of non-perishable food items will go to
Invisible Reality Ministries'
Food Pantry.

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
What Does the Fox Say?
UUCW has a resident fox in the wooded area on the edge of the east parking lot. Keep a sharp lookout for our furry friend. Send your pictures to
Next Sunday, August 26, 2018
ONE SERVICE — 10:00 am
The Well and The Cathedral
Pulpit Guest:
The Rev. Drew Kennedy
Worship Coordinator:
Karen Engelking

Is Unitarian Universalism legitimately a religion or simply an alternative to religion?
Our pulpit guest discusses what UUism is all about.

Enjoy special music today by Spencer Harris
and Jennifer Nicoloci.
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!