The Week Ahead
While masking is optional, we strongly recommend that masks are worn inside the sanctuary by persons 2 years and older
December 4, 2022 Topic:Celebrating Chalica Speaker: Rev. Stephen Robinson
The UUCC Forum meets every Sunday from 9:30 to 10:45 in the Library. We start with a brief catch-up and social time (about 15 minutes), so if you are a little late (15 min), it’s OK. Our topics are mostly about current items and issues. We have an email list where some suggested links are sent prior to the meeting – contact Jeanette Walton to get on the email distribution or for any questions. Each Sunday, we shall be discussing Issues and Events of Interest, from 9:30 to 10:45
December 4, 2022 Topic: What is ‘psychological manipulation’?
Those who want will meet face-to-face in the Library (round building to the side of the church) in a socially distanced/masked environment may now do so. Those who would prefer to continue meeting via Zoom on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. can still find the meeting link under News/Meeting Info
Outdoor Group Walk & Talk at Saluda Riverwalk
Saturday, December 3, 1:00-2:30pm
Let’s get moving again together! Please meet our guide for the walk, our own John Logue, at the picnic benches outside the restrooms close to the main trail on Candi Lane. Consider bringing binoculars, a water bottle, and a plastic bag to plan on picking up any trash we may find along the way. Contact Nancie with questions. 803-553-2280.
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee “Guest at Your Table”
The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (“UUSC”) is a nonprofit, nonsectarian organization advancing human rights together with an international community of grassroots partners and advocates. They focus their work on intersecting roots of injustice to defend rights at risk due to criminalization and systemic oppression of people based on their identity. They support self-determination and defend the rights of people displaced due to climate, conflict, or economic hardships; and they respond to humanitarian crises as partners with people whose access to aid is most limited. You can visit their website: https://www.uusc.org/resources/congregations/guest-at-your-table/ to learn all that they do on behalf of Social Justice in our world.
Please make your check payable to UUCC indicating “UUSC-GAYT” on the memo line or you may also give on our UUCC Website at the DONATE bar and selecting Fund “UUSC-GAYT”. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Families Helping Families
Under the sponsorship of the Palmetto Project and WIS-10, this year FHF expects to provide holiday assistance to approximately 3,600 local individuals in need. UUCC will be ‘adopting’ two single-parent families of four, and two elders. Their information will be on ornaments on our FHF social hall Christmas Tree beginning November 13; presents are to be delivered to UUCC by 1:00pm on Sunday, December 4th. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
November Share the Plate Recipient: Harvest Hope Food Bank
Harvest Hope Food Bank has a mission to provide for the needs of hungry people by gathering and sharing quality food with dignity, compassion, and education. Harvest Hope has continued to increase the scope of its operations and now provides food, comfort, and hope to hungry individuals and families in the Midlands, Pee Dee, and Greater Greenville regions of South Carolina. harvesthope.org