Volunteers Needed for Visiting Speaker
Volunteers are Needed for a Special Weekend in April
According to a churchwide survey awhile ago, 70% of our UUCLR congregation identified as Humanists. How well do we understand who Humanists are? Roy Speckhardt, executive director of the American Humanist Association,
and his wife, Maggie Ardiente, are coming to UUCLR on April 29 and 30 to inspire and enlighten us.
There will be a Saturday gathering with Mr. Speckhardt and he will be in the pulpit the next day. Volunteers are needed for planning and for a welcoming committee and will begin meeting in January. Contact Dawn Harris, (501) 231-9891 or firstname.lastname@example.org to help plan and make that weekend a success.
Want to Learn CPR?
There is the possibility of
having a MEMS CPR training session at UUCLR. We would need to have at least 15 people
interested in taking the training. MEMS offers this 4-hour training free to participants and child care will be offered by the church.
Trainees would learn to recognize when CPR can be a life saving measure and how to perform it. MEMS has found that survival rates are far better when people on site can start CPR immediately. This does not require mouth-to-mouth contact, just rapid compression of the heart.
If you would like to participate, email the office at email@example.com and give your name and contact information. If we meet the minimum, we will be in touch with everyone once the class has been scheduled.
Veggie polucks are on the 2nd Sunday of the month. Please think BIG as you prepare your dish to share. This is a chance to explore vegetarian cooking, reduce our carbon footprint, and learn some new dishes. It is also a chance to grow our generosity!
We like to be able to invite all guests and members to break bread with us at our monthly potluck. We know that many guests or visitors will not be aware that we are hosting a potluck on that day and that some of our dearest friends will also forget to bring something. So, to show our hospitality, consider bringing a dish that will serve at least twice or even thrice what you might ordinarily contribute to a potluck. Remember how good it feels to be fed and how good it feels to feed other
How to Donate to RE
Would you like to know how to support our Religious Education (RE) program that doesn't cost you a cent?
It's easy, sign up for a Kroger card and whenever you shop there, use it. It gives us a rebate each time you shop. It's not a credit card, just a store card. It won't affect your earnings for lower priced gas either. Our last fiscal year brought in $767.
You can sign up on line at Kroger.com and then once registered, click on your name on the top right side, go to Account Information and choose Community Rewards. Edit and search for Unitarian Universalist Church of Little Rock, our organization number is 80317. Thank you for taking the time to make our RE even better!
Special Film Series for Forum
Forum has begun its viewing of a 6-part history of Unitarian Universalism brought to us from the UUA on DVD. We are anticipating viewing one DVD monthly until we get through the set. From the DVD box, LONG STRANGE TRIP is "a six-part series detailing the history of Unitarian and Universalist thought from the beginning of the Christian era to what we know today as Unitarian Universalism. Each film is approximately one hour in length. Part I examines the roots of liberal religious thought prior to the Reformation, including heretics such as Jan Hus. It concludes with the life of Michael Servetus."
Since each DVD runs an hour, on the Sundays of film viewing, we will convene at 9:45 rather than 10:00, so as not to interfere with the worship service at 11:00.
Women's Creative Writing
The UU Women's Activity Group is starting a creative writing
project.All women are invited to join this group of writers from all backgrounds and all levels of training and experience. Each of us will write on a regular basis and willonce a month to share and critique each other’s work. This is an opportunity topoetry, fiction,
non- fiction, inspirational, memoir or other types of writing; to better understand ourselves and others; to share with family members and the world; and to leave a legacy for generations to come.
We will meet monthly on Saturday mornings from 11:00pm to 1:00 at UUCLR. Sorry, women only at least for this round of writing! Please come and BYOW (bring your own writing)!
Open Invitation to Join the Choir
The UUCLR Choir will begin
rehearsing September 7, the first Wednesday, and will sing at church the following Sunday,
September 10, for Water Communion.Please come and be a part of this vibrant community of the church.Whether you are in your 20s, or your 70s, new to the church or have been around for years, if you are an experienced singer or have never sung in a choir before, there is a place for you in the choir.
We meet Wednesday evenings from 6:30pm to 8:00pm (child care is provided), and sing in church two times a month from September through
July.If you are interested call John Perez at 501-580-3794 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. See you at rehearsal!
UUCLR Girl Scouts Need Support
We are looking for assistant troop leaders and
volunteers. We meet every other Wednesday at
6:00-7:00 at UUCLR. We break for winter and
summer holidays, so meetings are only during the
school year. Fun and educational! Please help
support our wonderful young women. Please
contact Warigia Bowman at 505-690-4033 or
Kroger Cards - Renew Yours!
Time to re-enroll! Kroger Grocery offers a Community Partnership Program that pays UUCLR a small percent of your sales. If you shop there, please sign up.
It’s simple: you must re-enroll every year and you must use your KrogerPlus card when you shop. The money goes to our Religious Education program and raised almost $500 in six months. Every little bit helps even if you don’t shop there often.
Please enroll/re-enroll and choose Unitarian Universalist Church of L.R. #80317 as your organization. Go to: