–We are going to put together a UUCC Favorite Mac and Cheese Cookbook and are inviting everyone who has a favorite Mac and Cheese recipe to email it to Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll have it ready for sale at the Garage Sale in June. All proceeds will be donated in the name of the Faith Development Dept to UUCC.
Thank you so much for participating in our contest and for voting for your favorite recipe!!!!
–Faith Development Garage Sale – June 15th
Please begin bring in your donations mid May. Donations may be left on the stage in the Social Hall. Please Contact Mary at (307) 220-2096 or Sara for more information 286-5696
–There will also be a plant sale from 7:30-noon! People who want to split perennials or share seedlings should call Birgitt (214-7425) and coordinate drop off.
–WE NEED YOU!!!! WE NEED TEACHERS!!! Please spread the word. As a UU congregation we are asked to help support our youth and the youth programs, this is a great way to test out your teaching abilities. No experience is necessary (must pass a background check and have been attending our congregation for about 6 months or more, depending on the situation. Contact Mary for more guidelines pertaining to Safe Congregation Best Practices). You’ll be teamed with a seasoned instructor for a 35 – 45 minute, pre planned lesson. All the supplies and instructions are provided. Summer of Seuss is a “One Room Schoolhouse” style class for k – 6th grades. The Faith Development Committee tries really hard to give our regular year round teachers a little break during the summer. We ask teachers to team up with a community member who is willing to share one or two Sunday’s a summer to lead our FD youth through this amazing adventure. We really need extra sets of hands to help make this a super fun Summer of Seuss!!!
Open Dates include –
Please contact Mary or click here to sign up
–Harry Potter Summer Camp – Save the Date – August 12 -16th
This is a week long experience for youth ages 1st – 12th grades. Last year we had over 30 volunteers donate close to 1500 hours to make this camp a success. Camp 2018 served approximately 35 youth with 12 of those youth coming from outside our congregation. Every year, planning for camp starts in Feb or March. An astonishing amount of manpower hours goes into organizing and putting together this yearly event. After much consideration it has been decided that our full day camp will move back to a ½ day camp to accommodate our budget and our staff constraints as well as sustainability considerations. Camp this year will be 9 – 12 (with an optional lunch hour 12-1pm for pick up and games), Monday through Friday, August 12-16th.