The North Wall Gallery Space presents the work local artist Ricardo Levins Morales who describes himself as “healer and trickster organizer disguised as an artist”. He sees his art and organizing practices as a ways to address individual, historical and collective trauma. He operates out of a store front studio/gallery in south Minneapolis. A winner of numerous awards and a valued resource to grassroot social action communities, Ricardo distributes his posters, cards and banner on his website: rlmartstudio.com. There will be a meet and greet with the artist following the worship service on Sunday, September 22 (Rescheduled). If you wish to purchase any of the works, please contact Christy Dachelet at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music Together is offering a free demonstration class of its award-winning early childhood music and movement program here at UUCM on Monday, Sept 9, at 9:30 AM. Music Together is a joyful parent/child program for infants, toddlers and preschoolers ‘and the grown ups who love them’ whose goal is to help children grow into confident, lifelong music makers while also supporting their creativity and cognitive, social, emotional, physical and verbal development. Music Together is also offering a ten-week fall session with classes on Mondays at 9:30 and 10:30 am starting Sept 23. For more information or to register, go to MusicTogetherClasses.com or contact Clarice at 651-439-4219.
7:00 to 8:30 PM weekly meeting starting Sunday, September 8 through December 15, 2019. Click here to view Big Book Study and Action Group flyer.
This is not your typical “thanks for sharing” kind of Twelve Step meeting, nor is it like any seminar. Participants are asked to DO all Twelve Steps as laid out in our basic textbook. Don’t attend Study and Action if you want to learn something ~ come if you want to do something! Each of the guides has done the Twelve Steps and coached others. They will coach you through the instructions in our basic textbook, Alcoholics Anonymous. They will use a dictionary published at about the same time as the book to help us better understand the directions as they were written by the first 100 men and women. Though we read and study the AA “Big Book”, this group is not limited to members of AA. Members of Al-Anon, NA, CA, GA, EA, OA and SAA frequently attend. Continue reading →
Our SEPTEMBER Social Generosity Offering will go to Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU). BLUU harnesses love’s power to combat oppression and foster healing as a spiritual and political imperative. We know the power of love to be life changing, inclusive, relational, uncomfortable, unconditional and without end. BLUU’s goals are to expand the power and capacity of Black UUs within the UU faith, provide support, information and resources for Black UUs and to engage in justice-making and liberation through the UU faith.
“Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU) formed out of several conversations among Black UUs at the July 2015 Movement for Black Lives Convening in Cleveland, Ohio. Continue reading →
We are striving for a strong start to our RE program this fall, and we could really use your help. Do you or your family have a couple hours you could spend cleaning toys and tidying classrooms, or tackling an administrative task? To learn more, please contact Jennifer, the Acting Family Ministry Director, at 952-473-5900 x 104.
As part of our continual efforts to address the safety and security needs of our building, staff, members, and visitors, UUCM will now be changing the primary building access code (the keypad on the Community Room door) on a designated schedule. With this policy update, the code will change after worship on Sunday, September 1.
If you feel you need a building code, you must submit a request using this online form. Requests will be reviewed on an individual basis and you can expect a response within approximately 48 hours. Please plan accordingly and allow enough time for the review of your code request.
Codes are not to be shared with another person and must be provided through the church office. Further details are available on the form. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Allison at email@example.com or (952) 473-5900.
Sunday, September 8 from 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM
This class is part 2 of a 2- part series where we will continue to respond to your questions, and explore information and opportunities about our particular church, and how we relate to the wider UU Region and the Unitarian Universalist Association. Visitors and friends who have attended both of these “Exploring UUism” classes are eligible to become members of UUCM. Current members and friends are very welcome to join in the class! Facilitated by Barb Halsey, Membership Ministry.