ONE: “UUs in Your Neighborhood” Google Map – Members can contact Church Administrator Vicki Banville (see red button below) to receive the link for this map, to find out who from church lives near you. You could use the information to do outdoor “driveway” visits, or find a walking/strolling/rolling partner.
TWO: The UUCW Buddy System – Buddies contact each other by email, phone or text (depending on which method they prefer) on a regular basis to check in. Again, contact Vicki Banville to express interest in having a UUCW Buddy.
THREE: Middle-School Meet-Up – If you are a middle-school-age person, or have a child who is, contact Dave Cicero, Director of Lifespan Religious Education, to engage with this great online group.
FOUR: GenUU – UUCW members and friends ages 18 (post high school) to 35 are welcome to join GenUU for regular zoom meetings to build community. Contact Chelsey Nisbet (via Vicki Banville) to get connected!
FIVE: Weekly Sunday Coffee Hour – This group meets weekly via zoom after worship services. Vicki Banville can help you join the conversation.
SIX: Weekly Fellowship Circle – On Wednesday evenings, this drop-in group sponsored by the Lay Pastoral Care Team has excellent supportive conversations. Vicki Banville will take your contact information so you can join the group (dropping in as you desire – no ongoing commitment is required).
SEVEN: Lay Pastoral Care Team Listeners
– If you are feeling a need for someone to talk to about issues of concern in your life, simply email
and one of our trained, caring listeners will be in touch with you.
EIGHT: Sunday Services at 10 am
– Our services are livestreamed to Facebook – though you do not have to have a Facebook account to view them (see more about that
). But if you do have a facebook account, you can tune into the livestream as early as 9:10 most Sundays, and use the 20 minutes before the service begins to say hello to friends old and new via the comment function of Facebook.
NINE: Committees, Teams and Groups – Many of our committees, teams and groups (CT&G) are meeting online, and a few are meeting informally in person away from church grounds (which are still closed). Ask Vicki Banville to send you the Involvement brochure, which contains CT&G descriptions, and leaders’ names and contact info. Reach out, learn something new, and enjoy being engaged with your community!
TEN: Direct Reach-Out – Here’s new-old idea… Using the REALM database, or the paper UUCW directory you may have tucked away somewhere, open it up and call or email someone – just to say hello. You’ll be glad you did!
I look forward to "seeing" you soon! Love, Rev. Suzelle Lynch, Minister