Sunday, May 6th – Cinco de Mayo

We will celebrate the long awaited arrival of Spring and the revival of Poetry Sunday (formerly a yearly event called Sombrero Sunday). Sign up to read a favorite poem during the service. Hear and sing uplifting hymns. Participate in “Name That Poet” with prizes given.

This service will be followed by a delightful Mexican-themed potluck (recipes are available on the back tables). Everyone is welcome! ¡Olé!

Sunday, May 13th –  Mary Roscoe will be directing a play titled “Mother Jones—the Most Dangerous Woman in America”

Mother Jones was a woman with a vision and drive for justice. She was a woman who in her later years became a fierce fighter for children labor laws, and for the wages and working conditions of employees. Mother Jones feared no man as she looked down the barrel of a gun, and she also took on U.S. Presidents and the CEOs of the times.

Sunday, May 20th – Rev. Gy will be speaking about “Us, Now”. The UUCC Annual Meeting will immediately follow.

Sunday, May 27th – Flower Communion—Intergenerational Service

We will be celebrating our annual Flower Communion. All ages are welcome. Bring a flower to add to our community of flowers, and then choose one from those flowers to bring home with you to celebrate Spring together!