We are pleased to announce that you can now make your offerings to the church online, using a credit card or setting up an automatic withdrawal from your checking account. You can make one time donations, or set up a recurring schedule. This program offers convenience to you and donation consistency for our congregation. You can start by going to our website, uuctc.org and clicking the "Donate" button. Send questions to Alice Pawley (email@example.com). Thank you for your continued support of our church!
Would you like to learn more about our congregation, our goals, and the history of the Unitarian Universal faith? Interested in joining the church? Are you ready to sign the book and support our congregations' vision? If you answered yes to any of these please plan on attending our next membership class. November 11th, 2017 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm in the Forum Room.
Lunch will be provided. Please let us know if you will need childcare. Sign up sheet will be on the membership bulletin board outside the Narthex.
The leadership has heard you and now we are asking for your support. Beginning in August, the long awaited visioning process for UUCTC will begin. We will work alongside of a UUA consultant who will guide ALL of us through this process. The visioning process will help US discover, Who we are? Where we are going? and How will we get there?
It is important that note the pronouns and phrases used earlier in this article… We will, All, and US...These were purposely used to reflect and to encourage everyone to participate. This is NOT a leaders’ event but these sessions are a UUCTC event, everyone is encouraged to participate. You Matter!, and we want you’re your help.
Please hold these dates – they are important for our path forward: The Visioning Process will be held at the church on Friday evening, August 25th, and then Saturday the 26th until 1pm. Exact hours have not been confirmed. The facilitator for this will be Dan Wiseman. Dan is currently developing a draft agenda and methodology, which he will share with us in the coming week. He sees this as being an iterative process, through which we get the sessions we need.
About the facilitator: Dan has been a member of the Central Midwest District Consultant Group since 2001. Recent projects include district-wide leadership programs, congregation and board retreats and serving as CMwD’s congregational conflict engagement project. He has a master’s degree in Educational Psychology and PhD work in Adult Education (ABD).
If you would like to become a member of Unitarian Universalist Church of Tippecanoe County or are interested in learning more about the church, please attend. Contact Jada Haughey, Membership Committee chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org to rsvp or register via the sign up sheet on the church bulletin board. Let Jada know if you will need childcare or have any special dietary needs.
Interested in becoming a member of our church? Please join us on November 19 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm for a day of learning about the UU's: who we are, where we came from, and where we are headed. Lunch will be provided. For more information please contact Jada Haughey at email@example.com or 765-430-3214.
Join us on September 25, 2016 at 11:45 am for a casual get-together in the forum room to discuss annual giving to the church. We'll talk about why it's important to pledge, how to decide how much to pledge, what it means to be a Fair Share giver, how your pledge dollars are spent, and more. Your pledge card will be available. Lunch will be served. Childcare will be provided if requested in advance.
Please contact Sherry Tripodi or Kim Smith with questions.
Members and friends of UUCTC are invited to share their talents as we celebrate wrapping up our stewardship campaign. Child and youth talent portion will run from 5-6, followed by the soup cook-off dinner at 6 and the adult talent from 7-9. Please contact Sherry Tripodi at firstname.lastname@example.org if you or your child wish to perform in the talent show or I f you want to enter soup in the soup contest. Volunteers will also be needed to bring other food and to help set up, clean up, and help in the kitchen.