Author Archives: UCN

UCN Fund for Social Justice

Members, if you would like to make a nomination for the Unitarian Church North Fund for Social Justice, please pick up a nomination form in the north lobby or call or email Lyn Gust, our administrative assistant, and she will email you a form. Nominations … read more.

Social Justice Committee Minutes

SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE MEETING
April 8, 2018
11:30 a.m. – Emerson

CHAIRPERSON: Leigh Hoftiezer
Attended also by Carol Pawlak, Lucy Friedrichs, Anna Booth, Jennifer Wilke
CHALICE READING & LIGHTING:
Water flows from high in the mountains.
Water runs deep in the earth.
Miraculously, water comes to … read more.

President’s Letter

January, 2017

Even though this time of year is a busy one, the winter has a way of reminding us of the simple things that are most important – warmth, light, shelter, and fellowship. The church has been busy, too, providing those basics in many ways, … read more.

Leadership Board Minutes

5 April 2018

Unitarian Church North Leadership Board

Minutes

 

Present: Gerry Schmitz; Dan Lusk; Ed Ahrenhoerster; Jackee Orozco; Katie Egan-Bruhy; Bob Prestby; Brian Monroe; Leigh Hoftiezer; Peter Blain

 

Absent: Joy Schroeder; Paul Gasser; Chuck Winter

Guests: Dean Johnson

Call to Order/ Check In:  6:45

Open Forum:  None

Approval of February Minutes:  Approved with … read more.

Share the Plate Recipients

Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin is UCN’s Share the Plate recipient for April

The Social Justice Committee has selected the Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin as UCN’s Share the Plate recipient for April. This organization’s goals are in keeping with UU principles of “justice, equity, and … read more.

International Rescue Committee is April’s Share the Plate Recipient

UCN acts directly to live our principle of “justice, equity, and compassion in human relationships.”  Through the Share the Plate program UCN supports, with monthly donations from offerings, humanitarian and social justice programs in the greater Milwaukee community, other Wisconsin communities, nationally and internationally. Each … read more.