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This Sunday, August 1, 2021 - 10:00 AM
“The Great Healer”
Rev. Suzelle Lynch

There is one presence in our lives that has more power to teach us and heal us and comfort us than any other: nature. As we conclude our month focused on nature, we celebrate and explore its power and beauty in our lives.

Following the service, stop by UU Church West for our “Nature Sunday Social” at 11:30 am.
East Property Update
A message from the
UUCW Board of Trustees President Lisa Larson.

There has been an important development in the
East Property sale to
Castle Senior Living. 
In-Person "Nature" Fun at UUCW
August 1 at 11:30 am
on the West Lawn
Come gather outdoors at UUCW for our next “Sunday Social.” Celebrate nature themes of learning and spiritual growth. Reunite with members and friends while participating in activities for all ages.

Special appearance by David and Sarah Stokes and some critters!
Sunday Social Giveaways

Take home a CD recording of piano classics performed by beloved former UU Church West member Marjorie Gluckstein.

Also available are UUCW daffodil bulbs rescued by Dave Rierson and Dennis Trinastic from the North Ave construction project.

Get them while supplies last!
North Avenue Construction Update
Butterfly Walk in Wauwatosa

Did you miss last Saturday's butterfly hike hosted by Sarah Frey and Dennis Wanless? No worries, you are welcome to take the walk when you are able to visit the Monarch Trail in Wauwatosa. Click below for additional nature activities.
Summer Got You Feeling Down?

We are approaching the dog days of summer, the days marked by lethargy, inactivity, and indolence. Are you suffering from these symptoms? Perhaps something besides the heat is getting you down. Maybe you need a to consult with a member of the Lay Pastoral Care Team.

LPCT Members are trained nonjudgmental listeners who offer confidential and compassionate support during stressful times.
UUCW Supports FOOD Pantry of Waukesha County

The food pantry collection for this summer is the FOOD Pantry Serving Waukesha County. The pantry serves 5,700 residents a month.

Drop your donations into the tub on Sadie's porch!
UUCW's Split the Plate partner for mid-July through August is The Gathering of Southeastern Wisconsin.

The Gathering's Fresh Produce Preservation Project compliments their mission to feed the hungry. The Gathering recently offered produce to a local Milwaukee restaurant which in turn provided free meals in the Milwaukee community.
Join the Men’s Breakfast Group for morning conversation
Tuesday, August 10 at 8 am

The group meets in person at Panera Bread, 2095 N Calhoun Rd. in Brookfield on the second Tuesday of the month alternating with an online meeting on the fourth Tuesday of the month. All meetings are held at 8 am. For more information or the Zoom meeting link, contact Jerry Kashmerick.
UUCW Chair Yoga (online)
Tuesdays at 10 am

Practicing yoga (which means "to yoke") improves the mind-body connection. Make August a month of commitment to your own well-being (or to that of a loved one)! Chair yoga is accessible; all ages are welcome.

More info and registration HERE.
Questions? Contact Dave Cicero, DLRE.
Join Us for In-person
Book Discussions at UUCW!

Great Books Group:
"Big Girl, Small Town"
by Michelle Gallen
Monday, August 9 at 10 am
Contact Joyce Prewitt for more info.

Wednesday Night Book Group:
"The Vanishing Half"
by Brittany Bennett
Wednesday, Aug 11 at 7 pm
Contact Kathy Schwei for more info.
Rev. Mark Ward, a former UUCW member and recently retired as senior minister of our UU congregation in Asheville, NC lead a beautiful memorial service for UUCW member Jim Wend and offered his support Jim's wife Kathy Lake and their family.
Next Sunday, August 8, 2021 - 10:00 AM
Covenant is the Cornerstone
Rev. Denise Cawley

Unitarian Universalism is built on the concept that we are a community that makes promises to one another about how we will be in community with one another. Being a member of a Unitarian Universalist Church means we try to actively create space where others can thrive in community. We covenant to continually learn to do better and work together to gain new skills. We call one another back into covenant to support the collective creation of the world our Principles challenge us to build. Covenant is the beauty of our UU faith.
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Come as you are - leave inspired!