UUCM Mid-Week Message 5/18/22

REMINDER Our Annual Congregational Meeting will be held BOTH in-person and online this Sunday, May 22 after the service. Bagels will be served between the service and annual meeting.

You can read more about the agenda, budget, nominated candidate bios and more on UUCM Happenings. Online Attendees: check your Friday Update email for a link to pre-register on Zoom.

In this week’s message, Rev. Lisa reflects on the importance of connecting to beauty and how the Navajo philosophy of Hózhó has expanded her understanding of it. This week’s video was recorded at Deming Heights Park in Minneapolis, which has also been called Grandview Park or Norwegian Hill in the past. Located on stolen land from the Dakota people just a few miles North of the sacred site of the Owámniyomni, or ‘St. Anthony Falls,’ Rev. Lisa is still searching for its Indigenous history and name.

Rev Lisa May 18

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UUCM Mid-Week Message 4/27/22

This week’s message offers … [static] … We interrupt your regular Wednesday programming to bring you this special message!

UUCM member Brian Zais shares the inside scoop on this summer’s Appalachia Service Project (ASP) youth trip and how you can show your support. After watching the video, click here to learn more and contact Brian with any questions.

You are also invited to view an introduction and link to April’s UUConnectMonthly newsletter, below the video message. 

ASP Mid Week

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April UUConnectApril 2022: UUConnect Monthly

We are privileged to share this edition of The UUConnectMonthly newsletter.   The Getting to Know UUs section features Rebecca Fobes and Rob Papke. In the Creative Expression section, discover books and music related to Awakening, this month’s Soul Matters theme. Read about UUCM members and friends’ recent guided tour of sacred sites at the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi Rivers, led by Reverend Jim Bear Jacobs through the work of “Healing Minnesota Stories.”

Grateful to connect with you,
Stephanie Siewert and Lori Arnold – uuconnectmonthly@uucmtka.org