Given that this is the Thanksgiving weekend, I hope you’ll forgive me if I use this column to share a few more messages–with unintended typos and phraseology–that actually appeared in various church bulletins over the years. I figured I needed a little break from my … read more.
A couple years ago I had the chance to visit Indonesia with a UU family from my home church in Racine. I have always found that experiencing a different culture helps me question my assumptions and see my own culture a little differently.
One of the … read more.
On Wednesday night (Nov. 11th), after our second post-election discussion, I shared a benediction I had written that uses words that begin with “un” (in honor of our religion’s name). Someone suggested printing it up in case others might be interested in seeing it, so here … read more.
This fund was created at UCN in 2000, following the state legislature’s decision in the fall of 1999, to send tax-rebate checks to WI taxpayers, rather than using that $700,000,000.00 for programs that would benefit those in need of the most basic resources, such as … read more.
Cash Calendar Winners on November 8 were…
$50 Joan Gonring, #422
$100 Mark Bruhy, #109
$50 Pat Mumm-Lovely, #135
$50 Diane Raddatz, #360
$50 Jeanne Gurda, #937
Congratulations to all! Listen in Sundays during coffee hour for the next set of winners.
On Wednesday night (Nov. 11th), after our second post-election discussion, I shared a benediction I had written that uses words that begin with “un” (in honor of our religion’s name). Someone suggested printing it up in case others might be interested in seeing it, so … read more.
Last Sunday, at our Day of the Dead service, I told a story that was missing a few details, so it might not have made complete sense. (The problem was that, in collating my pages for the sermon, I inadvertently left out a page. I … read more.
Last Sunday the Cash Calendar drawings commenced with one person winning $400 and four tickets each winning $50, but two of those were to the same people! Pat and Cindy Kotecki made a point of buying a lot of raffle tickets because they knew the … read more.
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.
Many of you know that I like learning new (and obscure) words–especially if they have an interesting pedigree. So you probably won’t be surprised when I tell you how much I enjoyed the article Lyn Gust put in last week’s Northliner about the word “acedia.” … read more.