Sue Berkowitz July 1 - 11:00 am
Sue Berkowitz, Director of the Appleseed Legal Justice Center, will discuss what independence means to those incarcerated or held back due to circumstances.
Please join us on Sunday mornings for services at 11 a.m. A typical service at the UUCC would include hymns, readings, choir, children's stories, communal sharing of joys and concerns, and a sermon. Adults interested in discussing current issues or on a wider range of other topics are invited to join our Forum at 9:30 a.m. in Library building at the side of the church.
Our annual fresh market stand in front of the church will be available beginning June 17 and ending in mid-August. We’ll need two volunteers each Sunday to work the table,
so please consider signing up. Sign up to work the market: http://bit.ly/uucc-seeds
This is a nice project that sponsors low income farmers, and is a great treat for us with fresh produce
available each Sunday right at our front door!
Help us feed the hungry at Transitions! UUCC has a continuing commitment to help serve the evening meal at Transitions Homeless Recovery Center, 2025 Main Street in Columbia, on the second Saturday of every month. Email Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are available. Please click Learn More below to get more info!