UUCC and ISAAC
Charlae Davis and Regena Nelson
UUCC and ISAAC Just what isthe Interfaith Strategy for Advocacy & Action in the Community or ISAAC?How is UUCC involved?What more could we at UUCC do to support ISAAC? Answers to those questions and more from Charlae Davis, ISAAC Executive Director, and our own Regena Nelson, who co-chairs the ISAAC Task Force on Early Childhood … Continued
- Rev. Greg Martin
Update: A local memorial service will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017, at Pokagon United Methodist Church, 31393 Kansas St., Dowagiac. A reception will follow. UUCC people are invited to gather at the Calme’s farm afterwards for coffee/tea ...
- Diaper Drive
A recent Kalamazoo Encore magazine article stated, “in Kalamazoo County more than one in three families struggle to provide diapers for their children…” (November 2016) Thanks to our Faith-in-Action and the Program Council, UUCC is hosting a diaper drive currently through the end of April to help ...
- Upcoming Congregational Meetings
Here is a snapshot of the planned engagements, hosted by the Board and The Committee on Ministry:
January 22. Congregational meeting, breaking into small groups to share our vision of what UUCC will look like and be doing in 2020. We will ask you to build upon current successes and imagine new ways of building a ...
I have been a member of UUCC since it began and find that the inspiring messages on Sunday, the friendships in the church community, and the opportunities to make a difference in the world, together, bring me back year after year.
It was important to me for our children to grow up in a religious education program with an exposure to many different faiths and a willingness to listen and consider new ideas without fear. Now, as a retired adult, I appreciate how UUCC continues to challenge me and educate me about social justice and political issues. Even more, though, I love the Sunday break in my busy week to center my spirit and call me back to my best self.