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This Sunday, September 20, 2020 - 10:00 AM
Renewing Hope
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch
Unitarian Universalists draw inspiration from many sources of wisdom. Today we turn to Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year that falls at the beginning of the Jewish calendar month of Tishrei. Rosh Hashanah is a time of rejoicing and serious introspection, a time to take stock of one’s life. At the confluence of rejoicing and reflection, hope is renewed! Music from Kaleidoscope Worship Band and Jen Nicolosi, Lead Music Director.  
A Loss in the UUCW Family: Alice Bennett
Memorial Tentatively Scheduled for October 17

With sadness, we convey the news that beloved UUCW member Alice Bennett passed away on September 11, 2020. She was 94. We are awaiting confirmation from her family about a virtual memorial service on October 17.
New Guidelines Allow Meetings
Outdoors at UUCW

The UUCW Exec Team has asked that committees, work teams and affinity groups be permitted to meet in-person, outdoors, at UUCW while the weather holds this fall. 
East Property
Congregational Meeting
Sunday, September 27 - 11:30 am

All UUCW Members urged to attend the Special Congregational Meeting called by Board President Laurie Boddie. The meeting is to make a determination about selling UUCW's East Property.
Registration Now Open for 2020-21 Religious Education
for Children & Youth

Enrich your family’s spiritual growth – take part in RE programming while remaining “safer at home.” Many of the programs this year revolve around themes that complement each other to create an experience the entire family can enjoy together.
LEAP! Auction
Fab Donations Coming in -
Make Yours Now

The UUCW Auction is going virtual this year – four days of online bidding and a live-streamed evening of entertainment on 11/14! Fabulous auction items are being donated daily: catered dinners, soup delivery service, custom-made pens, works of art, jewelry and more. CLICK the red button find out all about the LEAP Auction, and donate!
Connect to Sunday's Service Livestream early to chat!

Facebookers can chat with
friends, members and visitors beginning at 9:40 am before
the service begins at 10.
Remember - no Facebook profile needed to view the service - all are welcome!
Our Coffee Hour is Currently Under Construction

Our after-service ZOOM Coffee Hour is up for renovations! Watch next week's e-News for the the Coffee Hour survey. We look forward to hearing from you.
The UUCW Split the Plate program has been
a big part of Sunday services
for over 10 years.

The generosity given to these organizations along with the platform that UUCW provides the organization to get their message out, has always been important.
UUCW Board of Trustees
Calls for Congregational Meeting on October 25 on
Racial Justice Resolutions

At its August meeting, UUCW's Board voted to call a congregational meeting October 25 to consider resolutions from Social Action Council regarding our work to become a more inclusive and welcoming by working to dismantle white supremacy culture with UUCW, and endorse the proposed Unitarian Universalist Association’s 8th Principle.
Connect, Grow and Be Inspired!
New Adult RE: Soul Circles 
Do you need to CONNECT, in small groups, with others in our spiritual community?
…to GROW into deeper understanding of the broad themes UUCW uses to guide Sunday worship?
…to BE INSPIRED to live out your UU faith in the way that best suits you? 

Then join a small group to reflect on and discuss the ideas found in the Soul Matters resources that UUCW subscribes to.
Share Joys & Concerns in 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.
Planning a Bathroom Remodel?
Here’s how to identify products that save water AND work great.

Much like EPA’s EnergyStar program, the WaterSense label is the go-to way to identify products that are better for the environment. Since 2006, the WaterSense label has given to thousands of models of products wherever plumbing fixtures are sold.
September Split the Plate Supports the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee

Interfaith Conference celebrates 50 years of fostering interfaith, intercultural, and interracial understanding, across county
and city-suburban lines.
UUCW’s Writing Circle Returns

Meets first & third Wednesdays - 9:30-11:45 am, October 21 through May 19, 2021.

REGISTER TODAY to gather in a virtual writing circle to give voice to written words and to honor the words of others. Beginning or experienced poetry, journal, fiction, or memoir writers welcome. 
UU Wellspring - NEW!
Sources Group on Zoom

Perhaps this is the year for you to participate in the UU Wellspring Program! UU Wellspring is a 10-month spiritual deepening program created by UUs for UUs. This year, UU Wellspring Sources group will be offered via Zoom, on Tuesday evenings.
PieceMakers on Zoom

Saturday, September 19 at 10 am

The topic for this Saturday's Virtual meeting is the
No Sew Fleece Blanket Project
for the Epilepsy Center at Children’s Hospital.

Contact Carolyn Lawrence to get the Zoom meeting link.
Join the Zoom Fellowship Circle every first and third Wednesday.

"Fellowship Circle"
Next Check-In Group is October 7th at 7 pm

Join members and the caring listeners of the Lay Pastoral Care Team (LPCT) for this wide-ranging, compassionate conversation.
Men's Breakfast Group
Tuesday, September 22 at 8:00 am

Join the conversation on
current events, religious philosophy, good movies,
vacation spots, seminal books, and more.

Contact Jerry Kashmerick to receive a Zoom meeting link.
Big smiles on a sunny fall day! UUCW Member Ellen Newbauer (r) met earlier this month with Senior Pastor Will Davis of Invisible Reality Ministries to deliver non-perishable food collected by Sadie Sveum's Purple Porch Tub. Donations will be accepted through the month of October. Photo taken by Don Newbauer.  
Next Sunday, September 27, 2020 - 10:00 AM
Black Lives Matter – Renewing the Commitment
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch,
"Brad the Dad" & UUCW Member Lynn Broaddus

UUCW has worked for racial justice for many years, and upped our commitment in 2016 when Jay Anderson, a young black man, was killed by police in Wauwatosa. We hear a new perspective on Black Lives Matter today - reminding us that our commitment and action are important!

Music from Ruben Piirainen, Music Director, and the Bronzeville Divas.
Come as you are - leave inspired!