The Board of Trustees has decided to stop accepting new requests for building rentals from organizations or individuals until March 2024. The intention of this delay it to allow the board and staff to update our facilities use agreement and building use policies. Maintenance and … read more.
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Religious Education is coming back to TUUC! We are thrilled to be welcoming back children to our RE program this spring. Elementary and middle-school children will be able to join a multi-age RE class led by Scott Redman and Staci Kopcha.
Saturday, April 1 To prepare, … read more.
The Board has been following the information on the COVID-19 pandemic from our state and local Departments of Health and the CDC. While we will continue to keep our eye on the latest recommendations, we have decided to make some changes to our policies based … read more.
Your board has been hard at work on your behalf. We started the year off with a retreat in which we selected three goals for the year
Get our finances in order
Work on a plan for our building
Revise our vision, mission, and covenant
We are making … read more.
Looking for more involvement or ways to help our congregation? Are you willing to become a lead person, or to participate in future volunteer activities?
Passing the basket or being an usher
Hosting a dinner
Leading a discussion after viewing a film or documentary
Leading a book … read more.
Congregational Meeting on Sunday, June 12, 2022
At the request of the Board of Trustees of the Tahoma Unitarian Universalist Congregation (TUUC), the regular (annual) meeting of the congregation has been set for 12:00 noon on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Due to the current status of … read more.
A few months ago I wrote about what I learned from our beloved American Staffordshire terrier, Miss Daisy. Thinking about this inspires me to write my last blogpost about what I’ve learned this past year – my final year – from serving on the board.
Collaboration … read more.
Pacific Northwest District News
Bob Hays and I recently attended the annual Pacific Northwest District meeting (via Zoom). The PNW District covers four time zones and serves congregations scattered over more than 822,000 square miles in Alaska, western Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. It is one … read more.
In August 2020, the Tahoma Unitarian Universalist Board of Trustees sent an email to the congregation asking groups to meet virtually as a way of caring for self, each other and the congregation.
Church Administrator Libby Ball offered to create Zoom meeting rooms for groups … read more.
At the request of the Board of Trustees of the Tahoma Unitarian Universalist Congregation (TUUC), the regular (annual) meeting of the congregation has been set for 12:00 noon on Sunday, June 13, 2021. Due to the current closure of the church building because of COVID-19, the … read more.