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This Sunday, April 14, 2019
9:15 and 11:00 am
Water, Climate, and Justice Meet
Pulpit Guest: Lynn Broaddus
Worship Leader: Almuth Soffee

What if it turned out that protecting water, solving climate change, and creating a just world were each a different side of a large Rubik’s Cube? Come, let’s explore where the solutions can be found.

Beautiful music by Craig Siemsen and Patty Stevenson.
CHURCH LIFE
Special Group Religious Education
Sunday, April 14

Frogs, turtles, and snakes .... oh my!
David Stokes will educate and entertain our youth with his
unique, live animal presentation.

All youth 6th grade and under are invited. Nursery care is available for our youngest children. This event is courtesy
of Helen Klimowicz and David Stokes.

Strengthening Ourselves Through Spiritual Practice

A message from
Kimberlee Tomczak Carlson,
Intern Minister
All congregants are invited
for a discussion about
Committee on Ministry
Sunday, April 28 at 1 pm

We will continue our conversation about the proposed Bylaws changes that impact the future of the CoM at UUCW.
Nominate Outstanding
Church Members for 2018-19 Annual Awards

There are some folks who go above and beyond in their service to UUCW. Our awards acknowledge and honor these special members who give so much, and in some cases, for so long.
FELLOWSHIP & LEARNING
Join the
Wisdom and Whimsy Group

Rev. Suzelle Lynch will join us to answer questions on how our church is doing, on our faith,
and our place as elders
in our church community.

NEW DATE!
Wednesday, April 17
11:30 am until 1:00 pm
Q Youth Club
welcomes special guest
Ben Ludwig/Miss Birdee
to explore the topic of Drag
while we enjoy good company and good food.

Friday, April 12 at 6:00 pm
Final Season Performance for DUUversity Theatre

Ben Butler
Sunday, April 14, 2:00 pm
Cabot Theatre
158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee
Are You 18-35? Join Gen UU!

Sunday, April 14 at 1:00 pm
Vennture Brew Co.
5519 W North Ave, Milwaukee

Young adults come together for socializing and camaraderie.
Contact Community Builder
Brianna Laux Kocis
for further information.
Song Circle Celebrates the Earth
Friday, April 19, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Let's gather to celebrate
our connected lives
and approaching Earth Day.

This adult Song Circle is open to the public, so bring your friends, too!
Please bring a snack to share (optional), and/or your water bottle.
Hot tea will be available.
The PieceMakers quilting group
is traveling to the
Wisconsin Museum
of Quilts and Fiber Arts
in Cedarburg

Saturday, April 20 at 9:30 am
The Religious Education Council
presents
Family Potluck and Movie Night
Saturday, April 27 at 5:30 pm

Join us for a “A Wrinkle in Time”
Childcare available!
"What's Around the House?"
is the theme for the
next Donation Rotation

Sunday, April 28 after services
Bring your unwanted picture frames, small artwork or crafts,
and linens and bedding.

During coffee hour, browse and find a treasure. Everything is free!
Bill Staines in Concert at UUCW
Sunday, May 30 at 7:00 pm

Bill Staines is one of the most durable and beloved singers on the folk music scene today.

Come enjoy the entertaining blend of story and song.
LIVING OUR VALUES

Help Make History in Wauwatosa

Your letter can help establish a Commission on Equity
and Inclusion!  
Growing Trust and Leadership in the Service of Anti-Racism

Workshop: Saturday, May 4
at 1:00 pm

With nationally-known UU facilitators, we will explore the connection between nurturing leaders, cultivating deep trust, and building racially just communities.
 Join the Earth Ministry Team for the

Annual Earth Day River Cleanup
Saturday April 27, 9 am - 12 pm

Help pick up garbage around Lincoln Creek at 51st St, Milwaukee

Afterwards, celebrate the success of the cleanup with Rock the Green
at Estabrook Park.
UUCW Food Donations Support Tosa Food Pantry

Items most needed are canned fruits, low salt vegetables, low-fat soups, and low salt protein (e.g. spam, tuna, beef stew, chili).

It is most helpful if the canned items have pull-tops.
April Split the Plate
Supports America’s Black Holocaust Museum

Exhibits will explore the effect
of slavery on economic, physical, emotional, and cultural health, as well as its residual impact on
current race-related issues .
Photo of the Week
Smiles and signs express the support of diversity at the
Drag Queen Story Hour held on April 7th at UUCW.
Next Sunday, April 21, 2019
9:15 and 11:00 am
" Practice Resurrection "
Soprano Saira Frank and Music Director Ruben Piirainen provide special music today.
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch

With the poet Wendell Berry’s “Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front” as our text, the story of Jesus as our guide and Earth Day as our context, let’s explore what it might mean to “practice resurrection” in our day and age.

Special Group Religious Education classes today. Childcare available
for children 4-K and under.
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West Wind newsletter features
in-depth articles and announcements.
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or previous editions now!
Come  as  you   are  - leave inspired!