SILENT AUCTION NOW THROUGH JUNE 9
Our Silent Auction continues! Auction bid sheets are in the sanctuary. Final bids need to be made before 11 a.m. on Sunday, June 9. We will announce winners during coffee hour. We’re still accepting donations — because of space limitations, auction items should be limited to services, please. Questions? Contact Rev. Scott, Clyde Anderson, or the church office.
CURRENT ITEMS UP FOR BID AND CURRENT HIGH BIDS:
- Sermon of your choice, includes lunch & discussion with Rev. Scott, high bid $500
- Reserved church parking spot for a year, high bid $200
- Weekly delivery of free range eggs for a year, high bid $200
- Hour of photography, high bid $30
- Pet sitting, high bid $30
- UU jewelry, 3 pieces, high bid $10
- 2 sets of 4 College World Series tickets, minimum bid each set $100
- Handmade wine rack, minimum bid $75
- Art lesson, drawing or painting, minimum bid $75
ADULT EDUCATION/DISCUSSION MAY 29
Please join us for an upcoming Adult Religious Education discussion. “A Rainbow of Experiences – Exploring Identity in Unitarian Universalism” will be held from 7-8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 29. Register by emailing Rev. Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will discuss how UUism became what it is. It’s due in large part to different parts of identity politics and progress – feminism, people with disabilities, people who are bisexual, lesbian or gay, people who are trans or genderqueer, and we’ll discuss how race and class fit into it all.
PATHWAYS TO MEMBERSHIP JUNE 1
We invite all who are interested in membership to participate in our next “Pathways to Membership” class on Saturday, June 1, from 8:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. You will learn about the history of Unitarian Universalism and of this church, be given the opportunity to share a few words about your religious journeys, hear about our ministries, and learn the benefits and expectations of church membership. The deadline for signup has passed but if you’re interested, please contact Katie Tessin.
RETIREES’ GROUP JUNE 11
Don Mundy will chat with us on Tuesday, June 11, at 1 p.m., about the practical aspects of how we manage our money, even if we don’t have much.
SHARE THE PLATE FOR JUNE
One half of Second Unitarian’s offering received in June will go to the Epilepsy Foundation of North Central Illinois, Iowa, & Nebraska. Their mission is to stop seizures and sudden unexpected death in epilepsy, find a cure, and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy. To nominate an organization for our Share the Plate program, visit the church website or contact the Social Justice Coordinating Council or Rev. Scott.