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This Sunday, November 4, 2018
9:15 and 11:00 am
A Place Where Hope Lives
Kimberlee Tomczak Carlson, Intern Minister,
and the Rev. Suzelle Lynch
with the Archiving Committee

Come to hear the stories
from the people who have witnessed hope prevail
at UUCW for almost 60 years!

Beautiful music provided
by the UUCW Choir.

Set your clocks BACK
on Saturday night
or you will arrive too early for church!
"Making Memories" Auction
Saturday, November 10
Tickets can be purchased at the door on Auction night
or in advance on Sundays in the Community Room
Bring donated items
to the church office
November 4th - 8th
during office hours.
Another Great Auction Item
Door County Getaway
Sheila Reynolds and Bob Chang have generously offered a two-night stay in their family-friendly two-bedroom condo in Sturgeon Bay, Door County. Located in the Bridgeport Complex, it offers an indoor pool, sauna, whirlpool, and workout room, along with a splash pad and ball pit for families with small children. Just 2.5 hours from Milwaukee, it’s a great starting place for exploring door county. Thank you, Sheila and Bob! 
Religious Education Transition News
Brookfield-Elm Grove
Interfaith Network
invites you to their
Annual Thanksgiving Service

Congregation Emanu-El
of Waukesha
830 W. Moreland Blvd.
November 17 at 7:00 pm
Holiday Music Opportunities in December:

Multigenerational Choir - 9th
Solstice Service - 21st
Christmas Eve - 24th

UUCW Religious Education engages in many activities in this busy season.
Sunday is Your LAST CHANCE to Order Yummy Fruit & Nuts!!

Orders of delicious chocolates, nuts, dried fruits, and snacks support
Southeast Wisconsin Unitarian Universalist Congregations.

Sunday, November 4
in the Community Room

Fall Campus Clean-up Day
is coming Saturday, Nov. 3
8:30 am - 2:00 pm

You can help prepare the church building and grounds for winter.
Earth Ministry
Family Potluck and Movie Night
Friday, November 2 at 6:30 pm
Planet Earth II
Episode 2: Mountains
Featuring rich and intimate views of the natural diversity of our planet.   
The Library Book Table
features an assortment of topics

Sunday, November 4
after services
in the Community Room.
DUUversity Theatre is attending

Clybourne Park
Sunday, November 11 at 2:30 pm
at the Marquette’s Helfaer Theater
525 N. 13th, Milwaukee
Invisible Reality Ministries'
Thanksgiving Table
5324 W. Center St.,  Milwaukee

Donate food or prepare and serve the meal for the homeless on Thanksgiving Day.

Sign-up in the Community Room
this Sunday after services.
"Do Black Lives Matter?
The Hidden History Behind Today’s Headlines"
A free public lecture 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.
Saturday, Nov. 17
Parklawn Assembly of God
3725 N. Sherman Blvd, Milwaukee
Our Time to Help
at Guest House is
Saturday, November 17

Food donations and servers
are needed.
The Muskego Food Pantry promotes ‘neighbors helping neighbors’ and no one in need is ever turned away.
Nonperishable food
is always needed.
November Split the Plate Supports the Convergence Resource Center

Helping men and women rebuilding their lives
after trauma.
Video of the Week
Last Sunday's Samhain service offered ritual and music as a way to honor our beloved dead. The handpan drum selection "Daydream" was composed and performed by Kristie Vosburg and Sarah Frey.
Next Sunday, November 11, 2018
9:15 and 11:00 am
RE-Membering: Religious Education Past, Present, and Future
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch and Kimberlee Tomczak Carlson, Intern Minister

Nurturing truth-seeking, spirituality, and progressive moral values in our children.

Kaleidoscope Band lifts our spirits with fun "school music"!
UUCW also publishes a monthly newsletter, called the West Wind, which has more in-depth articles and announcements.

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