News

August 18 — Legacy Day. 

This is a wonderful event celebrating black history in Kent County.  Volunteers are needed the day of the event.  Please contact Lynn Dolinger (lynn.thirdwish@gmail.com)  if you interested and available.

Our Scrapbook

We are looking for any photos, news articles, or memorabilia from the last 25 years – particularly the last 10 to 15 years – to compile into another set of scrapbooks documenting our congregation’s history.  We also are looking for a few individuals who would like to spend a few mornings or evenings sorting through … Continued

Our Partners at Mt. Olive AME Church, July 14,15

July 14 — Potluck and family game night at Mt. Olive AME Church.     July 15 — Rev. Sue will join Mt. Olive AME minister Isaac Wilson for a joint service at Mt. Olive church in Worton.   Details to follow for both events.  Please contact Pat Kobes Gomez, 410-639-4206, for more information.

Sat, Jun 9, 8 a.m. to 12 noon at UUCR — YARD SALE!

 Time to start sorting out treasures you no longer use.  June 9  is fast approaching! PLEASE tag each item with a price before dropping them at the shed at UUCR. Please support this important fundraiser, which we have moved to a springtime date. 

GRATITUDE BUDDIES

A Message from Membership Committee Roses are red, Violets are blue, The person you’re Gratitude Buddy to Is waiting and hoping to hear from you! Please reach out to your assigned person this month and thank him/her for contributing to the richness of our congregation.

UPDATE FROM YOUR STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE

  The Strategic Planning Committee is asking for your input on the future of UUCR.  The Identity Statement below was created by the committee from congregational input. Please ponder the questions at the bottom and sign up for one of the Cottage Meetings.  The Cottage Meeting dates, times, location and hosts are: Thurs, April 12, … Continued

UUCR TREE MANUAL

UUCR TREE MANUAL   Get Yours This Sunday! The Green Sanctuary Committee would like to announce the completion of the UUCR Memorial Woodland Tree Manual. Heeding Wendell Berry’s advice to “Learn everything we can about the place where we live, and make common cause with that place,” this manual offers a description of the UUCR … Continued