Bib Now! There are still some unsold items from the Fellowship Auction First to email, First to win! email Laurie Powsner Here’s the list
Here is our weekly Happenings bulletin. We hand this out at the Sunday Service. It includes activities at the congregation for the upcoming wee
We are sorry but our UU Princeton building is closed Thursday Feb 9, 2017. Office staff is unavailable. If this is a Sunday, there will be no services.
Our Monthly Spiritual Themes guide our Chalice Circles, which are small, intentional groups of members and friends that gather for spiritual enrichment through personal sharing. For more information on Chalice Circles, please contact our membership team. Our Chalice Circle thoughts and questions around the theme of The Self this month are: “Yesterday I was clever, … Continued
New – Text Your Contributions! A new giving option is available for contributing to the weekly Offering or for fulfilling a pledge made to UU Princeton. Just text 609-201-2388. Your first contribution will take you to an account set-up page. After setting up your account in the secure site – which you’ll only have to … Continued
Support the Food Drive – Hunger Doesn’t Stop Please bring in non-perishable food donations Sundays January 29, February 5 and February 12 for the Arm in Arm food pantry. Proteins, milk, canned greens and low-sugar canned fruit are particularly welcome. No glass containers — ! Thank you!
An idea has been hatched to gift the congregation with a peace pole. A peace pole is a 4 or 6-sided obelisk with the words “May Peace Prevail On Earth” in languages from around the world. The first peace poles were planted in Japan. Now there are tens of thousands on every continent in the … Continued
Are you ready to deepen your understanding of the Unitarian Universalist Association and deepen your commitment to our congregation? Would you like to experience worship with 3000+ other UUs? Attend workshops that provide information to bring back to us? Soak up the energy that buzzes in the air when all those committed UUs take over … Continued
As many know, our Director of Lifespan Religious Education, Lorraine Shiarappa has set off on a six-month sabbatical thanks to our congregation’s involvement in a regional UU Leadership Leaves program. This will be a time for us all to reflect on some key questions: 1. Why is Religious Education at UUCP a priority for us? … Continued
The UUA Congregational Study/Action Issue (CSAI) on Escalating Economic Inequality is advancing towards ratification as an official UU Statement of Conscience. Please read the draft Statement of Conscience here. For a draft Statement of Conscience (SOC) to appear on the 2017 General Assembly Final Agenda, UUA bylaws require a minimum of 25% of certified congregations … Continued