Weekly Update - April 16th, 2020
Sunday Service: "The Next Right Thing"
April 19th at 10:30 am
In the midst of the overwhelm and thinking about big problems, it can be hard to know how to move forward. Today we’ll focus on the power of just doing the next right thing. Led by Rev. Laurel Gray.

UUCSW's Sunday Services are currently offered online using Zoom. The link will open at 10:00 am for anyone who would like to attend our pre-service "Coffee Hour." The service will begin at 10:30 am.

To join us online, click zoom.us/j/293107677
To call in, dial 301-715-8592, meeting ID 508-366-2635
RE Check-in Every Sunday at 11:30 am
This is an opportunity for our RE Youth to get together to share some time for joys and sorrows and a brief discussion each week. (If this time doesn't work for you, please let Cassie know so she can adjust plans accordingly.)  Join us online at: zoom.us/j/94872206762
Making Donations to UUCSW
We appreciate your contribution to keep the good works of this congregation funded. You may use the button below to make a contribution to our weekly collection, the Minister's Discretionary Fund, or to pay your pledge or auction purchase.
You may also write a check, with the intended fund (pledge, auction, etc.) in the memo line and mail it to UUCSW, Box 544, Westborough, MA 01581 . If you have questions, please email Lisa Shumway at treasurer@uucsw.org . Thanks for supporting UUCSW!
2020 Speakeasy Auction is Online!
Our Speakeasy Auction, originally scheduled to be held in March, is now fully online!

 To view, sign up, and pay for all of the wonderful dinners and events our members have donated, please click here . Your support is vitally important and greatly appreciated. Thank you!
UUCSW's groups are now meeting by Zoom
UU Knits (every Mon at 6:30 pm): zoom.us/j/588727151
Covenant Group (every other Sat at 10 am: zoom.us/j/614310384
Book Group (2nd Fri at 7 pm): zoom.us/j/605989233
Tuesday Community Hour (7 pm): zoom.us/j/345487625
Thursday Community Hour (10:30 am): zoom.us/j/102826335
April 24th Book Discussion
The title is White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo. In a nutshell, DiAngelo coined the term "white fragility"; it is a reaction in which white people feel attacked or offended when the topic of racism arises. The book discusses many different aspects and manifestations of white fragility. We will hold our discussion via Zoom.

Check out the reviews: newyorker.com , slate.com
Click here to view this week's Social Justice Action "Green Sheet."