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This Sunday, May 31, 2020 - 10 am
"Listen to the Truth That’s Inside You”
High School Senior Bridging Service
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch and Dave Cicero, Lifespan Director of Religious Education

Unitarian Universalists recognize that the transition from being a high school youth to young adulthood (age 18-35) is a moment to be celebrated, a process to be supported, and requires a lifelong commitment from all of us. Today’s Bridging Ceremony service is the way we honor the transition for UUCW’s high school seniors. Meet them today, celebrate their achievement, and cheer for their future plans!
Your continuing financial support of UUCW is beautiful and generous. THANK YOU.
White Supremacy Culture –
and All of Us

A message from
the Rev. Suzelle Lynch

By uncovering, acknowledging, and examining the dominant culture of white supremacy and its harmful impacts among us we can build a congregation and society of equity and justice.
Celebrate UUCW’s
High School Seniors

Ten teens from UUCW are graduating this year! Send a card to show how much we care about our young people.
Get connected to
Sunday's Livestream Chat
as early as 9:30 am!

Rev. Suzelle will greet members, friends, and visitors before
the service formally begins.

UUCW's Annual Meeting
will be on Zoom!
Join us June 7th
after Sunday's Service

All members are encouraged to attend. Watch for meeting details in next week's email.
Check out the
2019-2020 Annual Report containing a recap of
this year’s programming!

Each year, the leaders of the church submit a summary of the church years programming and operations. Take a look at what all happened in 2019-2020!
"Fellowship Circle"
Check-In Group Meets
June 3 at 7 pm

Weekly Zoom Fellowship Circle for conversation and sharing begins soon - hosted by the trained caring listeners of the Lay Pastoral Care Team (LPCT) and/or Rev. Suzelle Lynch. 
Virtual Coffee Hour on Zoom
Sundays after Service

Come talk with Community Builder Brianna Laux Kocis & UUCW friends.

Once in Zoom, Brianna will
coordinate smaller groups of 4 to 6 for conversation. Members and visitors are all welcome! Bring your favorite tea or coffee!

to receive a Zoom link.
Share Your Joys & Concerns
Join Rev. Suzelle on Facebook Live Tuesday, June 2nd at 5 pm as she shares the Joys and Concerns sent in each week.

Click the button below to share a Joy or Concern, and to choose whether you'd like them shared "live" or shared privately with Rev. Suzelle.
Register Now for Fabulous, Virtual UU General Assembly!
JUNE 24-28, 2020

The UUA General Assembly (GA) is now an ALL-VIRTUAL event. Register NOW to experience excellent keynotes, workshops, resource-sharing, worship services and more!
Gen UU Virtual Catch Up
Grab your coffee or tea and
zoom in to catch up with friends.

Saturday, May 30 at 9:30 am 
The meeting will be open for an hour so stop in as you can!
Gen UU is the fun social group for young adults (18-35 years).
Please contact  Chelsey Nesbit
to get the Zoom meeting link.
Looking for ways to clarify your thinking and express yourself
with confidence?


Seven online sessions starting June 11 at 1:00 pm -
second & fourth Thursdays.

PieceMakers are on Zoom!

Catch up with
your quilting friends and
share your latest project.

Saturday, May 30 at 10:00 am
Please contact  Carolyn Lawrence to get the Zoom meeting link.
Great Books is discussing
Quiet by Susan Cain
Monday, June 8 at 10 am

There are two versions of the book: Quiet:Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking and
Quiet Power: The Secret Strength of Introverts . Either version is okay for purposes of our discussion.
Get your Zoom link to join the discussion. Contact Sue Morgan
YRUU Stays
Connected Online

Young Religious UUs (YRUU), our High School youth group, meets online every Sunday at 1:00 pm until in-person gatherings resume. Let  Dave Cicero  or  Jim Weisner , lead YRUU Advisor, know if you need the meeting access information.
Show 'n Tell (& Sing!)
Tuesday, June 2 at 3:30 pm
A Smile and a Song  
In June we’ll explore the theme of Compassion. Join us, to SHOW us your smile(s), TELL us what brings one to your face (and others you have made smile), and SING a song led by Mr. Dave on his guitar.

Contact Dave Cicero to be added to his weekly Zoom invite.
UU StoryTime
Thursday, June 4 at 3:30 pm
The Suitcase
by Chris Naylor-Ballesteros 

We’ll read aloud a simple but thought-provoking story about curiosity and welcoming. We’ll also share a video of the author drawing his story’s characters and describing the origins and message of the book. 
Contact Dave Cicero to be added to his weekly Zoom invite.
Organic farming improves the soil,
is good for the environment
and our own health.

While many small farmers follow organic practices, they may not get the USDA certification due to cost. Many are happy to share details about how they farm when you shop at local stands. If you can’t buy organic but are concerned about minimizing exposure to pesticide residue, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) offers a shopper's guide.
May Food Donations Support the Holy Assumption Pantry
in West Allis 

Last week, Hannah and Jess Lebron made a very large delivery to the Holy Assumption Pantry with your generous donations. Contact them for pick-up and delivery of your food items too!
Thank you, Hannah and Jess!
A pair of robins have built a large home on Dave Cicero's front porch.
Dave enjoys watching the parents' efforts to keep their baby bird safe and well fed. Do you watch for signs of nature near your home?
Send your photos to Kelly Bognar , Publications Coordinator.
Next Sunday, June 7, 2020 - 10 am
"A Fistful of Water”
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch

Compassion — that's our Soul Matters theme for June this year. The Soul Matters folks originally planned for the theme to be Play, but changed course after the COVID-19 pandemic began. Truly, though, don't we need to be both a People of Compassion and a People of Play right now? Yes we do!

The UUCW Annual Meeting via Zoom will follow today's service.
Come  as  you   are  - leave inspired!