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This Sunday, October 7, 2018
9:15 and 11:00 am
“Turtle Wisdom
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch and Kimberlee Tomczak Carlson, Intern Minister

With stories, songs, creativity,
and “turtle stones,” this Multigenerational service will send us home equipped and inspired
to find sacred space within.

Childcare available for children 4-K and under; no Religious Education classes.
CHURCH LIFE

Welcome
Brianna Laux!

Meet UUCW's New Community Builder
on Sunday, October 7
UU Orientation Class
Sundays, Oct. 28 & Nov. 4
12:30 pm

 Do you think that you might want to become an official member, but have questions? If so, the UU Orientation is for you! Rev. Suzelle Lynch and members of the Membership Committee will lead this informative two-part class. 
Child Dedication
Sunday, October 14

Our ceremony is an opportunity
for our church community
to bless the children
who are new among us. 
Lay Pastoral Care Team
is here for you!

LPCT Team members are trained to listen with compassion
and non-judgment. By sharing your story, you often discover your own inner wisdom. 
Solstice Singers Needed
for Samhain Service
held on Sunday, October 28

Music is an excellent way for you to have fun, meet new people, and feed your spirit.
The Library Committee Book Table will be in the Community Room on Sunday, October 7

Featured will be books on the October Soul Matters theme, “We are a People of Sanctuary.”
A Fall Music Event!
UUCW is hosting an evening of music featuring the
Windy Hill Handbell Choir
and the Windy Hill Brass

Friday, October 26
7:00 pm
The "Making Memories" Auction is
Saturday, November 10th.
Your donations will make our auction a great success.

Auction tickets will be sold in the Community Room after Sunday's services.
Another Great Auction Item

Lawrence Lake Cottage

Carolyn Ruck has generously donated the use of her cottage on the quiet Lawrence Lake in Marquette County, WI. Just a two hour drive from UUCW, the remodeled cottage includes one large private bedroom and bath plus additional sleeping areas and a full kitchen. A canoe, kayak, and large pier provide great fishing and birding opportunities. A great place for a family get-a-way.

Thank you, Carolyn!
Registration Deadline for Soul Circles
is October 12! 

Soul Circles offer the gift of spiritual connection in a small group.

Sign up this Sunday
in the Community Room.
FELLOWSHIP & LEARNING
DINNERS IN THE HOME
is UUCW’s moveable feast
and a great way to get to know members of our growing church.

Dinners in the Home Sign-up Sunday, September 30
Community Room after services
DUUversity Theatre Opens 2018-19 Season with

disABILITY: The Elovution
Sunday, October 7 at 2:00 pm
at the Waukesha Civic Theatre
Great Books Group Discusses
Enemy of the People ,
a play by Henrik Ibsen

Monday, October 8
at 10:00 am
Men's Breakfast Group
Join this early-rising group on

Tuesday, October 9 at 7:45 am
at Bakers Square
15300 Bluemound Road
Elm Grove
Join the
Wisdom and Whimsy Group for good conversation
Wednesday, October 10
11:30 am until 1:00 pm
Women’s Book Group
Meets on Wednesday, October 10
at 7:00 pm to discuss
Before We Were Yours
Earth Ministry Family Activity:
Beerline Trail Hike

Sunday, October 21 at 2:00 pm

Hiking guide is UUCW member and photographer Eddee Daniel. 
LIVING OUR VALUES
In anticipation of
National Coming Out Day October 11 Interweave
is hosting a Resource Table in the Community Room after services Sundays, October 7 and 14

Learn about Interweave events and take home educational materials celebrating our greater LGBTQIA+ community.
Close MSDF Anniversary Vigil
Advocate the closing of the Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility

Monday, October 8, 5 – 7 pm
St. Ben’s Church, 1015 N. 10 St.
See the Social Action table this Sunday for details.
MICAH Annual Public Meeting
Learn about educational equity, criminal justice reform, and jobs.
Thursday, October 25, 6 – 8 pm
St Matthew CME Church,
2944 N. 9th St.
Sign up at the Social Action Table for attendance and carpooling.
Candidate Forum at UUCW
Wisconsin Senate District 5
and
Assembly Districts 13 & 14

Wednesday, October 10
6:00 - 7:30 pm
"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.

Suitable for youth in middle
and high school students.

Childcare and carpooling available.
Saturdays,
Oct. 13, Oct. 27, and Nov. 13
Parklawn Assembly of God
3725 N. Sherman Blvd, Milwaukee
UUCW Donations Support the Menomonee Falls Pantry

Protein items are always appreciated.
Donate this Sunday!
October Split the Plate Supports
Black Lives of UU
Organizing Collective (BLUU)

Supporting the spiritual needs of Black UUs while working to dismantle white supremacy culture within the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), our congregations, and beyond.
Photo of the Week
The Installation of our Board of Trustees. was held during last Sunday's services. The ceremony offered a time to thank new members for their leadership and commitment to UUCW. In the coming years, these leaders will help us grow in depth and caring, empowering us to serve our broader community, and support us in building a better world. Thank you!
Next Sunday, October 14, 2018
9:15 and 11:00 am
“Connecting Roots to Wings - Prayer’s Sanctuary”
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch and Kimberlee Tomczak Carlson, Intern Minister

Rev. Suzelle and Kimberlee share their experiences around renewing and reclaiming time-honored prayers and practices.

Kaleidoscope Band is with us for heart-opening music.

Child Dedication Ceremony for children and families today!
UUCW also publishes a monthly newsletter, called the West Wind, which has more in-depth articles and announcements.

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