Christmas Day Dinner
UUCC is mobilizing for our annual Christmas Day Dinner where we deliver hot meals (and toys) to those in need on Christmas Day. We need your help! The project takes more than 100 volunteers on Christmas Day. For more information or to learn how to volunteer, please check out our page.
Help Toy Committee with Santa's Workshop Set-up
Please be aware that the Pitch-in scheduled for 12/14 has been CANCELLED since the Toy Committee will be preparing the Fellowship Hall for the Santa Workshop. In case you have no idea what that is, we are inviting parents to come to our church during specific time slots between 12/16 and 12/18 to select toys for their youngsters. We will continue to deliver toys with meals or distribute toys at the Christmas buffet for those parents who prefer. Therefore, On Sunday, 12/14, during a shortened Social Hour (in this case a half hour), the congregation will be asked to help unload the toys, clear out the Fellowship Hall and set up the tables for the Workshop. Set-up will begin at 11:30.
Pizza (free will offerings gladly accepted) will be ordered for those, including the WICKS, who can stay to help set up toys.
OWLS should bring a bag lunch that day and will be meeting upstairs in the overflow room.
We will be collecting wrapping paper and tape on Sunday 12/7 and 12/14. At this time, most parents appear to be interested in selecting their children's gifts. Therefore, please bring in your wrapping paper and tape donations early so we can provide these items to parents when they come to the Santa's Workshop. Please give these items to Sherry Zerbe, Faye Ferrell, Dee Carmen or Cindy Haverly.
Christmas Day Dinner is collecting unused Christmas cards to be signed on 12/14. These cards will be delivered with the meals. Please give these to Pat Pollack or any toy committee member listed above.
Please bring your Toy Donations to church this Sunday THROUGH December 14th. or if you have difficulty getting them to church in a timely manner you can contact Faye Ferrell email@example.com or Sherry Zerbe firstname.lastname@example.org and we can make arrangements for pick up. Often these may be the only gifts the children receive. Last year we provided gifts for over 118 children! Thank you for your toy donations! We will accept new or CLEAN, GENTLY used UNWRAPPED toys for Newborn to 12 years old.
Coming News and Events
The Unitarian Universalist Community Church stands for religious freedom and the pursuit of cultural and religious diversity. As individuals, we are each seeking and finding spiritual fulfillment in different ways; yet we share the common characteristics of openness to new ideas and acceptance of others regardless of religious or cultural differences. We believe in spiritual values that build finer human beings, and that ethical living is the supreme witness of religion. We affirm the worth of every human being and trust every person's ability to build their own spiritual framework. We do not assent to any creed or statement of faith. The Unitarian Universalist Community Church is a small, committed group of people with the desire to build a church congregation to serve Hendricks county communities. It is our vision to establish a family-centered church that will provide an open setting for spiritual growth and development. We hope to reach area residents whose spiritual needs are not currently being met through existing churches. We aspire to grow rapidly, but recognize the need to proceed judiciously.
If you are interested in learning more about the Unitarian Universalist faith and are actively looking for a church, we invite you to stop by for our service. If you would like to talk personally with a member of our board of directors, please call the church at 745-9978.