Unitarian Church North will host a screening of the award-winning documentary film “Inequality for All” on Thursday, May 1, at 7 p.m. The event, sponsored by the church’s Social Justice Committee, is free and open to the public. An informal discussion will follow the 85-minute film. The film examines income inequality in the U.S. and the way it has shaped the nation’s economy and democracy.
In-home care for the deceased and natural burial are the subject of an upcoming workshop sponsored by the Green Committee of Unitarian Church North, Mequon. The workshop, titled “Natural Burial: Returning to the Wisdom of Our Past,” will be held at Schlitz Audubon Nature Center, 1111 E. Brown Deer Rd., Bayside, on Saturday, March 22 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend. The cost is $30 (includes lunch) for those registering before March 15th, and $35 for later registrants.
Ted Williams, a formerly homeless man dubbed “The man with the golden voice,” will speak at an event to aid Family Promise of Ozaukee County on Sunday, March 2, 3 p.m. at the Cedarburg Cultural Center. The event is sponsored by Community United Methodist Church and Partnership Bank in Cedarburg. Tickets are $50 if purchased before February 24, and $75 at the door. Tickets may be purchased at the Partnership Bank in Cedarburg N58 W6194 Columbia Rd. All proceeds will benefit Family Promise of Ozaukee County to aid homeless families in Ozaukee.
Normal. I think the collective “we” tend to forget what “normal” really means. At least I have at this time of the year. Statistically speaking, normal means central tendency….part of an expression that provides a “quantitative value” to standard deviation. Huh? Well, in practice, it means about 70% will be part of this so called “normal” group. And what that means is that about 30% will do something different—outside the norm. That’s actually an amazingly large number when I actually think about it.
I wish you could have seen the anticipation of the children waiting for their new clothes, receiving them and the next day strutting around with such great pride as they checked out each others new garb. The eighty children looked well dressed but the great majority of them have never owned anything brand new.
Auction Poster Parties Extended this Winter and Spring!
UUSC and UUA Common Read: Behind the Kitchen Door. Everyone is still welcome.
Sign up now to be part of the 6th annual UCN talent show on January 5, 2014.
Continuing the great annual tradition established at UCN in 2009, the first Sunday of January, 2014 will see the All Souls’ Café in the sanctuary, starting at 10:00 a.m. Performers of all ages and abilities are welcome, whether you sing, play an instrument, recite poetry, dance, or have another talent you would like to share. We ask that each performance last no more than 5 minutes.
ALL ARE WELCOME!
UCN members, visitors, friends: Join us for "First Sunday Lunch" downstairs in Fellowship Hall on the first Sunday of each month immediately following the 10:00 AM service uspstairs. A $3/adult donation is suggested; $ per family. Pay as you can. Children are welcome. Come have a meal with us. Questions? Call Pat Mumm-Lovely at 262-643-4630.
With December approaching and the festivities for Christmas beginning, the idea of homelessness in Ozaukee County is heart breaking. The preparations for Family Promise of Ozaukee County, a program for children and families who are temporarily homeless, seems appropriate and right.