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UUCSC News and Updates
Volume I * Issue 5 * July 3, 2020
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of South County, RI
Rev. DL Helfer, Minister
Board of Directors
Until the week of Aug 31, our Congregational Administrator, Karen St. Peter, will be working summer hours virtually and by phone on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-2.
Staying Connected While We're Apart
Audio Worship Service
Available all week
This Sunday at UUCSC
July 3, 2020
Audio Worship Services with Rev. DL Helfer are accessible on the
every Sunday at 10 am, and continuing all week long.
We will be safely distributing hymnals to all who would like to sing along with future virtual services. There is also a
afoot of a possible virtual hymn sing this summer.
Stay tuned! Please contact Elizabeth Donovan at
or (401) 783-1362 to check out your hymnal.
Stories from the UUA General Assembly 2020
UU GA2020 The Day After . . .
"The pressure is on us all to be persistent and to do the work as allies/accomplices in the movement to make Black Lives Matter."
- -Jean Bowen, Social Justice Chair
Volunteering at the Virtual GA
"Even while recuperating from my second hip replacement, I volunteered to edit transcripts of presentations and learned something new in the process!"
- -Betsy Dalton, Communications Chair
Everyone Has a Story
is a seventh generation Unitarian, a perhaps unusual distinction in our congregation, which also includes many (myself among them) who stumbled upon UUism later in life.
We want to share as many stories as we can. If you are interested in participating in this project
contact me, Elizabeth Donovan,
We look forward to getting to know each other better. Read all of
Read Essjay's Story!
The Thirteenth Amendment
2016 documentary traces systemic racism through policies and legislation
- a good place to start understanding how and why we are all complicit in racism.
Submitted by Etta Zasloff
5 Ways White People Can Take Action in Response to White and State-Sanctioned Violence
from SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice)
SURJ is a national network that moves white people
to act as part of a multi-racial majority for justice.
RACIAL JUSTICE RESOURCES
can be found at
Resources to Turn to in These Times
Rod Driver's address has been updated in the
if you wish to send condolences.
To get into or update your Membership Directory information
How to Submit News and Updates
Please submit news via email to
Betsy Dalton at
Tuesday Noon each week
to assure publication by Friday of that week.