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We welcome you into our community of caring, learning, spiritual exploration, and action for the greater good.  LCUUC is a Welcoming Congregation, meaning that the congregation believes in being inclusive of bisexual, gay, lesbian, and/or transgender people. 

 
WomanSpirit 2015 PDF Print E-mail

      Winter WomanSpirit 2015:  Friday, February 6 – Sunday, February 8 hosted by Lake Country Unitarian Universalist Church.

HEALING WORDS:  Called to Consciousness

Keynote Speaker:  Mary Pierce Brosmer

Mary Pierce Brosmer is a poet and social entrepreneur who dreamed and then created Women Writing for (a) Change, a movement which supports the lives of women and girls who are working to commit life to language in the belief that the truth of the feminine is a resource for healing and renewal of culture and nature.

Mary encourages women and girls to use the material of our lives to support the truth telling necessary for healing, inspiration and personal empowerment.  From this form of personal self-transformation, life-sustaining and life-giving leadership in organizations, communities, workplaces and homes can be born.

 

Registration includes Friday Opening Ceremony, Saturday Workshops and Lunch

Conference Registration Fees:  thru Feb 1, 2015 - $200 / Feb 2 – Feb 6 - $225

Please visit www.womenandreligion.orgor contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  for more information and to register. 

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Green Sanctuary Class PDF Print E-mail

Environmental Issues of Our Time Course

The Green Sanctuary Committee will be offering this 6-week course  on Sundays from noon to 1:30 p.m. from February 15 to March 29 (class doesn't meet on March 8). The primary goal is to increase knowledge and understanding of current environmental issues, which will enable us to make better informed choices (e.g., what we purchase, do on our property, how we vote) and act as better stewards of the Earth.  Activities such as mining and fracking not only impact the environment, but also humans living in that environment.  Economically disadvantaged and minority groups are often disproportionately affected in a negative way.  Increased knowledge and understanding of these issues will put participants in a better position to work toward environmental justice.

The course will be led by Elisabeth Harrahy, an Associate Professor at University of Wisconsin- Whitewater and LCUUC member.

Each session will include a PowerPoint presentation (lots of photos, brief video clips) that introduces the topic and focuses on environmental (and sometimes human health) impacts.  Open discussion time (with some guiding questions) will follow.  Optional homework may include brief papers to read and a documentary to watch (e.g., Gasland).

A donation to LCUUC of $5 per session is suggested and can be offered at the time of the class.

If you are interested in participating in this course, please sign up by Jan. 25, 2015.  Look for the sign-up sheet on the church “Green Sanctuary” bulletin board, or sign up by emailing the church office ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ), including your name, phone number, and the name of the course “Environmental Issues” in your message."

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Couples in Recovery Group PDF Print E-mail
       
Sunday, February 1 from 9 to 9:55 a.m. in Room 5
This is a program of recovery for both partners of a couple to attend together, in addition AA, Al-Anon, and other 12-step work. Goals include to heal, rebuild and strengthen the couple relationship. CIR follows AA principles, steps, and traditions, and applies them to a shared program of recovery. We welcome you to Couples in Recovery - in this safe place, you can learn tools from other recovering couples. Here you can identify the effects of the disease on the relationship and recognize patterns of recovery that tell us recovery is progressive, too.  No registration or fee, just show and meet the group!
 

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“Fund Raising and Ferengi:  Everything I needed to Know About Stewardship I Learned on Star Trek”, Rev. Amy Shaw  

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“SAVING LIVES: Memoir Writing as Spiritual Practice”, by Mary Pierce Brosmer
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“Loving the Hell Out of the World”, Rev. Amy Shaw   Our Universalist roots grew from the idea that all were granted Salvat [ ... ]

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“Riding the Nian and Loving Yourself:  Chinese New Year”, Rev. Amy Shaw   The Nian was a mythological Chinese monster [ ... ]

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Mon. 9am-3:30pm / Tues. 9am-2:30pm / Thurs. 9am-3:30 pm / Fri. 11:30am-4pm

(262) 369-1703
Please schedule appointments to see either the minister or director of religious education.
 

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