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This Sunday, September 8, 2019
10:00 am
"We Are a People of Expectation"
Ingathering Sunday -
Water Communion
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch
As we enter this new church year, expectations and excitement are everywhere! We offer tools today to help us navigate our expectations with humor and grace.

Kaleidoscope worship band joins us for joyful music today.

Bring the kids - the Religious Education Program starts today!
CHURCH LIFE
Don't forget to bring your water this Sunday!

Everyone is invited to bring water representing what we bring to this community. Whether from the garden hose in your backyard or from some far away vacation — all water can be a source of inspiration, healing, or sustenance. Likewise, we all bring unique gifts and perspectives that combine to create this beloved community.
September REflections

Welcome.
Inspire.
Connect.
Register.

A message from our
Director of Lifespan Religious Education Dave Cicero
Special Congregational Meeting Sept. 15
Should UUCW Sell
the East Property?

On Sunday, September 15 at 11:30 am , UUCW will convene a Special Congregational Meeting of the members to make a determination about selling UUCW's East Property. The Board’s East Property Task Force will present their recommendations.
All UUCW voting members are urged to attend; a quorum of 20% of voting membership is required to conduct the buying or selling of real estate. 
Build 2020

The Main Level Bathrooms will be closed starting Monday, September 9.
GA2021 is Coming to Milwaukee!
GA2021 is coming to Milwaukee!
If you are interested in joining the Milwaukee-based volunteer team, please contact Debra Gray Boyd , Chair of the General Assembly Planning Committee, at  to learn more. We have many positions open, including Chair of the Local Area/Arrangements Task Force.
Bring a Friend Sunday
September 15 at 10 am

 Share with a friend the community that makes you feel at home.

We are eager to extend
 a warm welcome to all!
FELLOWSHIP & LEARNING
Join us for some early morning conversation...

Men’s Breakfast Group
Tuesday, September 10
7:45 am at Bakers Square
15300 Bluemound Road
Elm Grove
The CoMTF has been conducting interviews with UUCW leaders and with other congregations. They would like to hear from you, too! 

Stop by for a conversation or
to sign-up for an interview in the Community Room after service on Sundays, Sept. 15 and 22. 

For more information, please contact CoMTF Chair Laurie Boddie .
Healing After Loss Group
Listens and Provides
Opportunity to Share

This confidential group is for anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one at any time.

3:00 – 5:00 pm on the third Wednesday of the month, beginning on September 18.
Oak Leaf Trail Fall Walk

Hoyt Park to Tosa Farmers Market on Saturday, September 14.

Carpool from UUCW at 9:45 am
or meet at Hoyt Park Pool,
1800 N Swan Blvd, Wauwatosa at 10:00 am.
Nurture Your Spirit Through Music
There are many opportunities for meaningful personal enrichment in service to UUCW. Music is an excellent way for you to have fun, meet new people, feed your spirit, and participate in a vibrant, vital ministry to the church.
Join other UU young adults
(18 - 35 years)
for some late summer fun!
Sunday, September 15
12:00 – 2:00 pm
The Landing Beer Garden
at Hoyt Park in Wauwatosa

Families and children are welcome!
YRUU Car Wash
Sunday, September 15 starting at 9:30 am
in the West Parking Lot

Your car will be washed
while you enjoy Sunday service. Any donation will be appreciated.
Autumn Equinox Song Circle
Friday September 20
7:00-8:30pm

Come and celebrate the autumn equinox in song!
 
This adult Song Circle is open to the public, so bring your friends. Singing together is fun, and good for you, too - hope to see you there!
The first production of this year’s DUUversity Theatre Group season: Fires in the Mirror: Crown Height, Brooklyn and Other Identities

Sunday, September 22 at 2:00 pm
Studio Theatre of
Broadway Theatre Center
158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee
LIVING OUR VALUES
Sign Up for Milwaukee's Guest House
Saturday, September 21

You’re invited to help those in need. Sign up at the
Social Action table this Sunday after service.
Black Lives Matter
Reflection/Action Group Meeting on Saturday, September 14, 9 - 11 am

We hope you'll join us for this drop in discussion group focused on learning about how we can be active as individuals and congregation members in anti-racism work.

We will watch a presentation from the 2018 UUA General Assembly on The Power of a Spirit of Expectancy.
September Split the Plate Recipient
Kathy's House

Providing affordable lodging and caring support in a “home away from home” environment for families who travel to Milwaukee for medical care. 
September Donations go to Wauwatosa Food Pantry

Tosa Food Pantry has partnered with the Hunger Task Force and will focus on healthy choices such as canned tuna and canned chicken, although all donations will gratefully be accepted.
Photo of the Week
A UUCW member donated to the Y in our honor! We appreciate this generous gift. If you’d like to sponsor a banner or ad in a school or other organization’s program in UUCW’s honor, please contact Kelly Bognar, Publications Coordinator.
Next Sunday, September 15, 2019
10:00 am
"Asking Not Too Much of Earth"
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch

Climate Change.
The earth as we know it is changing: what can we do about it? How shall we live now?

Music to soothe our souls from the UUCW Adult Choir.

Important meeting after the service today - please plan to stay for it! 
UUCW's monthly
West Wind newsletter features
in-depth articles and announcements.
Download the September edition or previous editions now.
Come  as  you   are  - leave inspired!