Are you a new member looking for ways to offer your time and talent to your beloved community? Here are some ways to help.
Hosting our UUCJ Coffee and Fellowship Hour is a great way to meet people. Set up, serve and break down and clean up. People will talk to you and learn to know who you are! Luis Parra () is the chair of our hospitality team and can answer any questions you may have about this wonderful service opportunity. What better way to start or end your week than by making sure that we take care of one another with some warm hospitality and hot coffee?
Really all three slots can set up, serve and clean up. However, we want to make sure at least two people are on cleanup duty. You should be able to set up come to service and just leave a little early to make sure it is ready by end of service.
You can volunteer for a Sunday by filling out the sign-up book in the social hall.
Here are recently posted service opportunities.
Several years ago the church committed to caring for the feral cat colony that has lived on our church grounds for years. All have been neutered and seem relatively healthy. We currently have three regulars and an occasional fourth cat who shows up now and then. Five dedicated people feed them on a schedule twice a day, bringing the food they deliver with them and placing by the dumpster. Some do it once a week and some seven times a
We begin rehearsals for our Earth Day program (April 23) on March 12 after services from 12:30 to 1:30 in the chapel So much good music: the 2022 UUA commissioned anthem for Earth Day, another gorgeous piece, “Mist on the River” with Tim Edwards joining us on violin. (Just a starter list.) Everyone is invited to join us, music readers and non-readers. You will receive an MP3 recording of your part so you can practice at home in addition to