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Many of the ways we stay connected are changing in these challenging times. But our need to stay connected remain strong and our resolve to stay connected even stronger. Check the Staying Connected section of our website for details.
Imagine a web — many strands reaching and connecting, running first one way and then another, separately gossamer, collectively strong. Now picture the church as a congregation of connections with strands interlacing us through worship, activities, events, conversation and listening.
Together we are a web that supports and stretches, contains and cares for the members and friends that find a home here as well as the folks we encounter in the wider community. As we’ve grown, the church has genuinely become a diverse community of individuals and families at various points on life’s path — a community expanding its web of connections to offer pastoral support when we are made aware of the need. In response to that growth, we’ve gathered our ministries of support into the Pathways Circle:
Providing a casserole, conversation or other small comforts through our Regional Care Coordinators.
Social gatherings held in different regions around the county. For example:
- Circle Suppers
- Ladies of the Evening
- Membership Committee
- Men’s Breakfast
- Regional Care Coordinators
- Senior Men’s Group
- South County UU Men
- Thanksgiving at the Fellowship
- Women’s Discussion Group
- Women’s Retreat