The UU Art Fair is our biggest fundraiser of the year. The cashiers need laptops to check out purchases and printers to print receipts; usually we set up 4 of each. If you have a laptop or printer that we could use from Thursday, December 3 through Saturday, December 5, please contact Noemi Ybarra immediately!
Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are approaching. Will you be doing any holiday shopping on Amazon.com? If so, please use the church's Amazon.com link. Making purchases through this allows the church to get a percentage of the sales as a fundraiser. See the Web link below. Thank you!
The Annual UU Holiday Art fair is quickly approaching. To make this an exciting, successful community event and fundraiser, we need ALL of your help. Please considering volunteering 2 hours or more of your time during the week of the art fair. We need volunteers at the fair, shopkeepers, helpers in Trudi's cafe, cashiers, but also need folks to help setup and decorate on 11/30 and help with artist set up on 12/2 and 12/3. We need cookie bakers as well and of course folks to help with the clean up on Sat, evening to get our church ready for Sunday. Volunteer sign up sheets are at church each sunday and will be routed electronically to the all church email list. Please join in the fun , we need your help!
LUM Jubilee Christmas is fast approaching and we are now signing people up to purchase toys for children in our host families and volunteering on the day of Jubilee as hosts, gift wrappers, and kitchen helpers. We are working with the RE program so that our youngest UUs get to play a part in Jubilee. Please volunteer generously to help us make Jubilee Christmas a happy and memorable experience for all involved. If you are able to help, please contact Jada Haughey or Gracie Gould (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) Thank you!
LUM Jubilee is our community’s largest Christmas assistance program. Each December, LUM member churches become Jubilee Toy Shops where low-income parents select new toys and gift certificates for their children. Families also receive food for the holiday meal and various household staples. This year, The Church of the Brethren will be our host site with support from the UU and The Society of Friends. Jubilee will be on Saturday, December 12th.
The Jubilee committee would like to thank Jean Tyner and Mary Finley for their hard work and dedication to this event for many years; we will try to make you proud in the years to come!
The Winter Soltice is a family friendly event with singing and poetry reading. It will take place at 7:00 pm on December 18. We will have a candle spiral that attendees can do a walking meditation. Light freshments will be served afterwards.
Questions? Contact Kirsten Reynolds email@example.com
Chalice Circles, a small group ministry focused on fellowship and spiritual growth through deep listening, began meeting in October. An important part of the Chalice Circle philosophy is an ‘open chair’ policy that allows new members to join a Circle anytime a vacancy develops in an active group.
Would you like to be included in one of the Circles? Our congregation has three active Chalice Circles. The Chalice Circles meet once a month, typically in the home of one of the members. If you would like to be added to the waitlist for a group, please click on the link associated with the day/time that works best for you:
The second Wednesday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to noon
Join us for December's FUNdraising dinner at Panera, December 10 from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. Bring the attached flyer when you come, and Panera will
donate a portion of the proceeds from your purchase to Unitarian Universalist Church
of Tippecanoe County. It’s a handcrafted, delicious meal, all for a great cause!