Author: Katrina Wilson
For the month of January 2019, we have selected Henry DeBeck, who has been sharing his time generously to beautify our campus. As a “PK” who’s reached young adulthood, there are many ways Henry has contributed to our congregational life. Specifically over the last 2 … read more.
Jackie Lenczycki was selected by the UUFE Board of Trustees as the Volunteer of the Month for December 2018. Jackie’s smiling face and cheerful presence has been near-constant in many of our recent social justice activities as well as connecting with fellow congregants. Jackie helped … read more.
Tai Chi Classes focusing on Serenity, Balance, Coordination
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December’s theme is mystery and I cannot think of a better one. In the festivals of light the common theme is mystery; oil supply for Hanukkah, birth of Jesus for Christmas, return of light for pagans, and for secular revelers, all of the surprises Santa … read more.
This month’s special volunteer is Jim Lindzy. Jim has given a huge amount of time this year to mow our yards on a regular basis. And we have a lot of space to mow. Jim also helped Dwight Fish with installation of the parking lot signs that denote … read more.
While there are big events in a person’s life, mostly life is made of many small moments. Our memories are like that too. We recall the major holidays, and we can look back at things that did not seem important at the time but led … read more.