Sunday, June 9, Whole Congregation Worship
" Seasons Turning "
Rev. Peggy Clarke
10:30 am

This Sunday is our annual Flower Communion service and Youth Bridging ceremony. Bring some flowers to exchange, as well as food to share at our end-of-year picnic after worship.
Here are the latest opportunities to deepen
your faith and connect with our community.
Come With a Flower...

...leave with a different flower. Please bring some flowers with you this Sunday, June 9, to fill the vase and share during our annual Flower Communion ceremony.
First Friday Women's Luncheon

Friday, Jun 7, 12:30 pm
Bring your lunch and join us - all are welcome! Just let us know so we can set a spot at table for you. Contact: Adelaide DiGiorgi
RE This Sunday

Children, youth, and families are attending whole congregation worship at 10:30am (remember to bring a flower!). Childcare is available.
Bridging Hymnal

This Sunday we celebrate our youth who are graduating from high school by giving them a personalized hymnal filled with messages from members of the congregation. The gift h ymnals are available Sunday for you to sign.
Bring Food to Share

Annual End-of-Year Picnic, Sunday, June 9, after Worship
Bring some food, share some food, bid a fond farewell to Rev. Peggy Clarke and DRE Tracy Breneman, tell some stories, and welcome summer!
Driveway Repair

Our driveway will be under repair starting Thursday, June 6, possibly through Saturday June 8. Cars may NOT be parked in the drive or parking areas during the repair work. Thank you for your cooperation.
Save the Date

FUSW Grounds Day, Sunday, June 23, 11:30 - 2:30 pm
Let’s celebrate summer with a belated spring cleanup! We need help cultivating gardens, pruning, and various other tasks. Stay after service and help us make our lovely grounds look their best! Questions? Contact: Nancy Eisenman .
Office Hours

Our new administrator, Rina Schunk, will be in the office on Tuesdays from 9:00am - 3:00pm, Thursdays from 11:00am - 2:00pm, and Fridays from 9:00am - 12:00pm. Contact her at
Summer Services Sign-Up

Have a service topic you would love to share with the congregation? Sign up to lead one of our Summer Services, which start Sunday, June 16. Look for the sign-up sheet by the sanctuary.
Board of Trustees

We are pleased to welcome our new Board of Trustees, elected at our June 2 annual meeting:
President - Craig Butler; VP - Art Lowenstein; Treasurer - Bill Reynolds (until June 30); Treasurer - Susan Greenberg (starting July 1); Secretary - Sue McAnanama; Trustees - Betsy Kates, Jane Lawrence, Rob Politzer
In the Community

"Slave Dwelling Project" Presentation, Sunday, June 9, 2:00pm, Jay Heritage Center, 210 Boston Post Road, Rye
"Dwellings of the Enslaved and Freed in the City and Town of Rye," with Joseph McGill, Jr., founder of The Slave Dwelling Project , and Dr. Larry Spruill, historian and Morehouse College professor. Learn about the places where enslaved men, women, and children lived, worked, slept and died in Rye before and after emancipation., 914-698-9275.

NYC Pride March, Sunday, June 30, New York City
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Hudson Valley (UUCHV), Croton, will be leading the Westchester UU contingent in NYC's Pride March. We will be meeting at 31st Street between Madison and Park Ave South by 12:30pm. Come march with us!
Congregation on the Move

The Transition Steering Committee (TSC) has posted information on the FUSW website Members Page to help us as we plan for the future. Ask any Board member for the password or contact Allison McKenney .
Live Stream the GA

UUA General Assembly, Wednesday, June 19 - Sunday, June 23, Spokane, WA
Can't make it to this year's GA? View live stream events on your device! Learn more at .
UUA Monthly Tidings

“What You Need To Know About Membership in UU Congregations” is the second email in a series of UUA leadership messages sent to congregations to strengthen our connections and support shared learning. Enjoy!
Shop = Donate

When you purchase gifts at Amazon Smile and specify First Unitarian Society of Westchester, Amazon will make a donation to FUSW! Shop at .
To Volunteer

2019-20 Religious Education: contact Nancy Eisenman
Sunday Greeters: contact Sara Kelsey
Midnight Run: contact Arthur Lowenstein
Sunday morning “Bread Run”: contact George McAnanama
The Scoop e-newsletter is sent out each week. Have news to share? Submit articles to by Tuesday at noon. To subscribe to the Religious Education Ministry Newsletter, contact . To schedule events on the FUSW Calendar, contact
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