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This Sunday, May 12, 2019
9:15 and 11:00 am
Tangled Blessings
Kimberlee Tomczak Carlson, Intern Minister

This Mother’s Day
we will explore the complexity
of our human relationships,
how we love one another
fully and flawed.

Beautiful music provided by
jazz pianist Dan Dance.
May's Soul Matters Theme:
We Are a People of Curiosity!

Curiosity is a core part of human nature. It can make us happier, more empathetic, and foster great achievements.

Let's discover how
to nurture our curiosity.
Under Consideration:
Having One Sunday Service Year-round!

Moving to one service could afford us many benefits  – like the ability to offer exciting Sunday programming for families or adults before or after the service a reduction of Sunday volunteer time, and a livelier, more unified congregation.

Help inform the decision: complete the survey ASAP!
OR do a paper survey at the Talk to Me Table on Sunday, May 12.
Survey deadline May 13!
Help with Our Gift for Kimberlee…

Our Intern Minister,
Kimberlee Tomczak Carlson,
finishes her time with us on June 2.

We are making a special gift for her - come to UL-3 Sunday after service to add your creative touch. Ann Terwilliger will be there to assist you - all ages are welcome (it will only take a few minutes).
Please Welcome
our Newest Members:

Carolyn Wells - Leia Ferrari
Neal Styka - Susan Goldsmith
Mary Ross - Chelsey Nisbet
Derek Smith - Alyson Moeller
Joanne & Scott Kopischke

Thanks to everyone who brought friends last Sunday, too!
Happy UUCW Anniversary!

2 Years:
Steve and Fran Korthof
Tom and Kathy Kruse
Aimee Dellemann
Stephanie Richardson

10 Years:
Kate Hensleigh
Julie Rowley Joe Lange
Campus Clean Up Day
Saturday, May 18
8:30 am - 2:00 pm

Help care for the church property and socialize with church members.

A pot-luck lunch will be held at noon. If you can’t help with tasks, consider providing food
for the work crew.
Youth Group
Car Wash Fundraiser
Sunday, May 19th

Bring your car to the west parking lot before the service
of your choice.

All donations appreciated.
Young singers are invited
to perform in the
Father's Day
Children's Choir
on Sunday, June 16

The performance will include two songs and rehearsals will be Sundays, May 26 and June 2.
Wow, That Person Should Get an Award!

How often have you said that about an amazing person at UUCW who is deeply involved in the life of the Church?

You're right, that person (or group) should get an award and you can make it happen!
Take a Hike with Eddee Daniel and Earth Ministry
Sunday, May 12th at 2:00 pm

Great Family Fun!

Meet at Menomonee River Parkway, at the Capitol Drive overpass in Wauwatosa
May is UU Wellspring Month

UU Wellspring is a year-long, intensive spiritual growth program. Registration for all 2019-2020 groups occurs in May.

Visit the UU Wellspring table in the Community Room each Sunday to meet past participants who can answer your questions.
Join the early-rising group!

Tuesday, May 14 at 7:45 am
Bakers Square
15300 Bluemound Rd.,
Elm Grove

Come again or for the first time for conversations on current events, philosophy, or movies,
in a small group.
Song Circle Celebrates Spring

Friday, May 17, 7:00 pm

Let's gather to celebrate our connected lives and the approaching warm summer months.

This adult Song Circle is open to the public, so bring your friends, too! 
Relational, One-To-One Meeting
Training Workshop
Thursday, May 30, 6-7:30 pm

Relational One-To-One Meetings provide the foundation for growing, strengthening, and unlocking new ideas for leaders in organizations.

This training is open to all
church members and friends.
Gen UU Shares Friendship

Join the young adult (18-35 years-old) community of UUCW.

Westallion Brewing Co.
1825 S 72nd St, West Allis

1:00 pm - Sunday, May 19
Bill Staines in Concert
Thursday, May 30 at 7:00 pm - Tickets now on sale!
Bill Staines is one of the most beloved singers on the
folk music scene today.
Come enjoy the entertaining blend of story and song.
Q Youth Club Hosts Pride Prom
Friday, May 10 from 6-9 pm

There will be music, dancing and rainbow decorations galore! All LGBTQ Youth ages 13-18 are invited to attend as we celebrate Prom season in our own, especially welcoming way!
Parents are welcome to attend.
New Summer Writers’ Group Begins Wednesday, June 5
at 1:00 pm

Develop your writer’s voice!

Meeting twice each month June through August. Sign Up Sunday in the Community Room after services.
It’s Time to Help at Guest House!
Saturday, May 18

Volunteers are needed to provide food or soda and assistants to help with transportation and serving a meal to over 100 homeless.

Sign up in the Community Room this Sunday after service.
It's time for Earth Ministry’s
Heads Up! Donation Rotation
Sunday, May 12 after services

Please bring all types of head wear, including hats, caps, scarves, ear muffs, and hair accessories to the Community Room.

All are welcome to browse and choose your favorite head wear!
MICAH Annual Celebration
and Fundraiser

Thursday, May 23 - 6:00 pm

“We Still Have a Dream”
Keynote Speaker: Pastor Walter Lanier 

St. Matthew’s Ev. Lutheran Church
1615 Wauwatosa Ave., Wauwatosa
PrideFest Milwaukee is three days
of music, food, self-expression,
and family-friendly activities
held June 6-9.

Join the UU Presence
in the Milwaukee Pride Parade!
Sunday, June 9 starting at 2:00 pm
S. 2nd St. near Lapham Blvd. in Milwaukee
May Split the Plate
Supports DreamBikes

DreamBikes provides lifelong skills to their teen employees, helping them to find a bright future, and changing kids’ lives one bike at a time.

UUCW's January
Split the Plate Recipient
Laundry Love
Says Thanks to UUCW
UUCW Donations Support Menomonee Falls Food Pantry

All types of non-perishable
food are needed!

Video of the Week
On May 4, Members and Friends from six UU Congregations attended the "Growing Trust and Leadership in the Service of Anti-Racism Workshop." Workshop facilitators Julica Hermann de la Fuente and the Rev. Ashley Horan led the group in a closing song.
Next Sunday, May 19, 2019
9:15 and 11:00 am
" The Gifts You Bring "
Multigenerational Flower Communion
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch  

We celebrate the time-honored ritual of Flower Communion in a new way this year! Please bring a flower to church for each member of your family.

Special music provided by the UUCW Choir — it’s also Teacher and Volunteer Recognition Sunday!
UUCW's monthly
West Wind newsletter features
in-depth articles and announcements.
Download the May edition
or previous editions now.
Come  as  you   are  - leave inspired!