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This Sunday, January 13, 2018
9:15 and 11:00 am
Building an Equitable Community
Pulpit Guest: Margaret Arney
Worship Leader: Eddee Daniel
 
How can a small group of neighbors take on something as big
as overcoming a legacy of
residential segregation?
Pulpit Guest Margaret Arney invites us to tap "the leader within" in this interactive worship service.
CHURCH LIFE
REflections

A message from Marsha Thrall, our Religious Education Coordinator
UUCW Nominating Committee
Seeking Candidates

Visit the information table in the Community Room this Sunday.

Serve your congregation,
make new friends,
and use your leadership skills.
Save the Date:
The Get Involved Fair 
Sunday, January 27
After 9:15 and 11:00 am services
in the Community Room

Learn more about groups
that interest you and discover ways
you can get involved. 
The Religious Education Council hosts a Movie & Potluck Night in honor of the Rev. Dr. King:

“King in the Wilderness”
Saturday, January 19
5:30 pm
FELLOWSHIP & LEARNING
Join the Fun!

Song Circle for Adults
Friday, January 18
7:00 – 8:30 pm

Song Circle is open to the public, so bring your friends!
Tap Roots
A Pub Spirituality Group
will meet on Monday, January 28
at 7:00 pm at The Silver Spur,
13275 W Watertown Plank Rd.,
Elm Grove.

Drop in for a drink
and meaningful dialog.
Set aside your extra jewelry, scarves, purses, and neckties for the:

Fashion Accessory
Donation Rotation
Sunday, January 20
In the Community Room

Bring or Take - It's All Free!
“Help me take
the next step on my quilt”
is the topic for
PieceMakers Quilting Group
Meeting

Saturday, January 19
9:30 am
Join the the Great Books Group
to discuss
First Mothers:
The Women Who Shaped
the Presidents
by Bonnie Angelo, Chapters 1-6
Monday, January 14
10:00 am

Additional book chapters will be discussed at future meetings.
DUUversity Theatre Group

Photograph 51
Sunday, January 20 at 2:00 pm

Join us for dinner
and a play!
Check out the Library Committee's Book Give-Away Table
in the Community Room

There will be FREE books that have been withdrawn from the library.
LIVING OUR VALUES
Check out the great events that celebrate the 90th birthday of
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Several Holiday Weekend Activities
are offered in Waukesha and MKE
Black Lives Matter Reflection/Action Group
Meeting

Saturday, January 12
9:00 – 11:00 am
Join the Community Forum:
"Mass Supervision in Wisconsin”

Saturday, January 23
5:00 – 8:00 pm
Presentation and panel discussion at
Wisconsin African American
Women’s Center
3020 W. Vliet St., Milwaukee
Earth Ministry Movie
and Potluck Night
Episode 3: Jungles
Planet Earth II Series

Friday, January 25 at 6:30 pm
Scrap Metal Collection Program Kick-off
Sunday, January 13

The Earth Ministry and Stewardship committees will collect old metal shears, hammers, and other metal items.

Bring your unwanted metal items to the Community Room before services.
UUCW Food Pantry supports
Hebron House of Hospitality

Offering a safe place to heal, to regroup, and to plan a path forward.

Thank you to Scott and Joann Kopischke who have volunteered to deliver items and a check for $100 from the Social Action Council to Hebron House.
January Split the Plate Supports Laundry Love MKE

The Laundry Love initiative consists of regular opportunities to come alongside people who are struggling financially by assisting them with their laundry.
Photos of the Week
UUCW members and friends recently helped serve a meal to those in need at Guest House shelter in Milwaukee. The next opportunity to serve is Saturday, January 19 . Volunteers are needed to serve and assist with transportation. Donations of food or soda are also needed. Sign up this Sunday in the Community Room after services.
Next Sunday, January 20, 2019
9:15 and 11:00 am
Is Democracy Still Possible?
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch,
Jennifer Nicolosi, Lead Music Director; Ruben Piirainen, Music Director
 
The question of democracy's viability is in the minds of many Americans these days. Is it possible to scrabble free from the weight of disappointment, cynicism, and fear our political system has so generously distributed?

The UUCW Adult Choir provides music to add grace to our musings.
UUCW's monthly
West Wind newsletter features
in-depth articles and announcements.
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Come  as  you   are  - leave inspired!