Website: uucw.org | Email: uucw@uucw.org   | 262-782-3535
UUCW E-News
This Sunday, June 21, 2020 - 9:00 AM & 12:00 PM
Worship with the UUA General Assembly!
The Unitarian Universalist Association’s powerful Sunday morning worship service will stream live at 9:00 am and
UUCW will “be there”! 

UUCW will not hold our regular 10 am worship service; we invite everyone to join the UUA’s service.
CHURCH LIFE
Join us for our
Virtual Coffee Hour
after the 9:00 am General Assembly Worship Service!

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

Members and visitors
are all welcome!

to receive a Zoom link.
Let your summer
UU adventure begin!
UUCW’s Summer RE program,
“The Quest of the Rainbow Dragons”, started June 22 – but it’s not too late to join in on the action! 

This self-paced program, based on a 28-part fantasy/adventure story built around the 7 UU Principles, will run until September 14, 2020 – but the sooner you register the sooner you can start hearing the story and completing Dragon Tasks. Contact Dave Cicero with questions or for more info.
Joys & Concerns has moved to Tuesday's Spirit Lifter

Enter your Joy or Concern with the link below and to choose whether you'd like them shared in Tuesday's Spirit Lifter email message or shared privately with Rev. Suzelle.
Fresh Produce is Coming Soon!

The Alsum Farm Stand will return this summer to UUCW's east property. The family-run stand will offer a variety of produce as well as sweet corn from July 1-October 31.

Many members felt the rental was a good match to our UU values with a bonus of adding to our rental income.
LIVING OUR VALUES
Get involved in a new campaign or learn about the work of community organizers.
MICAH/WISDOM’s
"Summer of Solidarity"
Webinar Series has begun!
Saturdays, 10 am - noon

June 27th Topic:
"Immigrant Detention"

Join us each Saturday for an interactive webinar,
each highlighting a different issue.

New to community organizing?

MICAH/WISDOM
is offering a five-part
Leadership for Community Transformation Training

Thursdays, June 25 - July 23
6:30-8 pm
Earth Ministry Tip

Make Compost,
the Gardener’s Gold.

Compost is free, easy to make, and is good for the environment. 

UUCW Member Rick Schmitt creates his compost in a corner
of his yard. You can, too.
Summer Food Donations Support IRM and BLM Protesters

The Social Action Committee has chosen to collect summer food donations for two worthy causes doing important work in the Milwaukee area: Invisible Realities Ministry Church and
BLM Protesters via ZAO Church.
FELLOWSHIP & LEARNING
"Fellowship Circle"
Check-In Group Meets
July 1 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).
Come for the songs and stay for the community!

The UUCW Choir is meeting through the summer.
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm on Zoom

Any interested persons may contact Ruben Piirainen for information about joining Choir meetings.
The Women's Book Group
is discussing
The Island of Sea Women ,
by Lisa See at its meeting on Wednesday, July 8 at 7 pm .

Set amid sweeping historical events, this book is the extraordinary story of Young-sook and Mi-ja, the free-diving women of South Korea’s Jeju Island.

Please contact Kathy Schwei
if you would like to be added to the Zoom invite
The Great Books Group
is discussing Second Nature: A Gardener's Education by Michael Pollen in its Zoom meeting on Monday, July 13 at 10 am .

Those interested in joining the Zoom group meeting should contact Sue Morgan . Those interested in using e-mail to express their thoughts should contact Joyce Prewitt .
PHOTO OF THE WEEK
Let the Adventure Begin! Earlier this week Jasmine and Matthias picked up their packet of Dragon Tasks from the magical lock box as the first step in "The Quest of the Rainbow Dragons" Summer RE curriculum. You, too, can join the quest. Register today!
Next Sunday, July 5, 2020
10:00 AM
“Love, Fear, Truth, Ancestors:
Stories of Courage and Compassion”
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch
and Friends

When we reflect on our lives and experiences, the stories we tell can connect us to a fountain of wisdom and courage for living. Join us today for reflections that offer inspiration and nourishment for living in our challenging times.
Come  as  you   are  - leave inspired!