Friday, February 5 at 10am
We Have Work to Do
Discuss some of Peggy McIntosh’s work (see below) and the work we are called to this Black History Month and every month.
Join with video:
Meeting ID: 827 0637 1359; Passcode: 782854
Join on your phone: (312) 626-6799

Peggy McIntosh started her research about women’s issues then expanded to race.
Experience this 18-minute TED Talk with Peggy McIntosh – she is gentle and clear!
You will want to read her brief paper on white privilege too - The Invisible Knapsack -

Saturday, February 6 - anytime that works for you
Communion preparation.
Tomorrow is a communion Sunday. Consider baking some bread. Why not share some with a neighbor and/or friend? Have an easy bread recipe? Post it on our blog - and/or on our Facebook page -
Worship with us this Sunday!
Worship with us on Facebook Live this Sunday at 10am – or anytime after that!
Our scriptures are Isaiah 40:28-31; Psalm 147:1-11 and Mark 1:29-39 with a focus on healing. We all are in need of healing and we all have healing to give to others. Please prep some bread/crackers and wine/juice/grapes for communion.

Not a Facebook user? We will upload the service to our YouTube channel by early afternoon. See link below for our YouTube worship service playlist.
Livestream worship on designated Sundays. Look under videos for previous livestreamed services.
All our worship service videos in one place!
All Mid~Week Meditations that have been recorded on YouTube.
Order of worship, announcements, prayer list, birthdays and anniversaries.
Sunday School
Sunday School for children through 5th grade:

Meeting ID: 383 733 977
Password: 81968
Sunday School for Youth/Teens each week:

Meeting ID: 815 6130 3581
Password: 702228
Fellowship Time Following Worship
Join us for Fellowship Time at 11:15am. Come connect/re-connect with other PUCCers.

Kevin Cameron is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Join by phone: 312 626 6799
Meeting ID: 848 9858 1439
Passcode: 256973
Tuesday Evening Dialogue: This I Believe (2/9)

2nd & 4th Tuesdays | 7:00pm via Zoom
Tuesday Afternoon Dialogue: (2/3)

1st & 3rd Tuesdays | 2:00pm via Zoom
Virtual Book Sunday
February 14 | 10:00am
Wednesday, February 24
7:00-8:00pm | via Zoom

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Prayer List Updates
Ruth Peace - admitted to hospital for medical tests on Wednesday.
Pat and Bill Owens - healing and peace amidst her recent heart issues.
Jim & Polly Winkelmann - he is home healing after a stroke…
1504 Wolf Trail Rd; Wildwood, MO 63021; 314-610-3348 (Jim’s cell).
Charlie - healing - open heart surgery (Cassie Rosenberger’s cousin).
Jean Mueller and Family - grieving/giving thanks for her aunt.
Healthcare workers, homeless and many others at risk right now.
Physical Distancing… if anyone needs groceries, medicine and/or other support, please reach out to [email protected]; 314-330-0629
The people of Myanmar.

St Louis Assn UCC Covenant Partner
Week ending February 7 - Christ the King UCC, Florissant;
Week ending February 14 - Christ UCC, Maplewood;

What’s a snowman’s favorite drink?
Iced tea.

What is the best breakfast cereal to eat in the winter?
Frosted Flakes

Video for Black History Month
American We by Gwen Cathey

I was sitting with a friend of mine on a park bench in Piedmont Park in Atlanta. She was telling me about a devastating experience that she had as a child. She was abused and tortured by family members until she finally escaped her home at 15 years old. The pain of her experience was palpable. My heart broke for her, even as I marveled at the extraordinary woman that she had become.
In response, I did what seemed natural. Feeling righteous indignation for her suffering, I started trying to fix it. I said, "Were they persecuted? Can we do that now? There have to be consequences!" I began spinning with idea after idea trying to make her pain not so bad, the injustice not so great.
Kindly, she reached over and took my hand. She said, "Cameron, your kindness means the world to me. I don't need you to fix me. I need you to hear me. I just need to be seen."
I think about that moment a great deal in these broken, painful days. We do have much we need to fix. But we also have many among us who simply need to be seen. We are doubled over with grief. We are buried by demands of work, family, and homeschooling. We are unemployed and terrified of losing everything. We are isolated and alone.
Being seen and heard in the midst of our pain is deeply healing. Listening creates relationship. Everyone has a story and wants to share their story in order to be connected. That connection creates the healing we all so desperately need.
Cameron Trimble, UCC Pastor

Month of Grace + Prayer
February 21 through March 21

Month of Grace + Prayer co-hosted by Dayspring Baptist Church and Parkway United Church of Christ. All meetings virtual (Zoom). Any adult is welcome to participate
Learn about the Grace + Prayer experience from PUCCers:
Dottie Dwyer
Sue Stolze
Getting the Covid Vaccine in Missouri

PUCCer Peggy Mohl shares resources for scheduling your vaccination.
Letter to US Leaders

“I pray that you establish laws and practices that flaunt our commitment to ‘the least of these.’”

Written by Rev. Dr. Mitzi J. Smith.

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