Sacred Ground: Cultivating Connections Between Our Faith, Our Food, and the Climate
We will examine how our food systems contribute to injustice and to climate change, and how we are called to respond through practical solutions.
- Donate to ESUUC OnlineYou can now donate to ESUUC using the online PayPal link that can be found on esuuc.org/connection/donate/
- SUSPENDING ALL AT CHURCH SERVICE AND MEETINGSIn response to COVID-19 concerns, ESUUC will be suspending all services and meetings AT CHURCH until further notice. ESUUC and other local churches will continue to hold weekly Sunday services at 10:30 AM using Zoom. Information can be found at ‘esuuc.org/esuuc-at-home’, at ‘uupittsburgh.org/page/worship’, in the newsletter and in eNews.
- Stone Soup ResultsThanks to all those who participated. We raised over $150 in cash and many boxes of food for the Westmoreland County Food Bank.
- 2021-2022 Annual CanvassMar 21 to May 2. Pledge and canvass gathering information can be found in the April newsletter and on the Connection tab. We are excited to offer both online and in-person social gatherings. Dates are Apr 2, 9, 12, 22 & 23.
- Rev. Gannon – Office HoursTuesdays: Apr 6 & 20 at 7-9PM via Zoom. Please call or email to schedule. See the newsletter for more details.
- Adult REMany opportunities for Adult Religious Education experiences are described in the newsletter. Look for updates in the weekly eNews for more information about classes and dates.
- (W)rusty WritersMonthly writers workshop, Final Friday of the month from 6:30-8:30pm. See the monthly newsletter for details.
- An Indigenous People’s History Book GroupPlease join Rev. Stephanie on April 13th for session 3 of 3 discussion of the 2019-20 UUA Common Read, An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States, by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz. See the Mar 2021 on the Newsletters Page for details.
- New Member OrientationSun. Mar 21 @ 12:30PM. See the newsletter for details.
- Circle of the Earth CUUPS Chapter celebration of BeltaneSat. May 1 @ 7PM. See April newsletter for details.
I joined ESUUC because I wanted my kids to have a religious experience that gave them the freedom to create their own faith. I wasn’t even looking for anything for myself, but I found interesting services, thoughtful discussion, fulfilling volunteer opportunities, and some really terrific friends!
Tabitha H. R.
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