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.
We continue to welcome guests into our parking lot as a part of the Safe Parking program, and there continues to be a lack of support and affordable housing for far too many people, including families.
We’re not powerless in addressing the issue of those who … read more.
We are almost to the third anniversary of the COVID shutdown. It’s been a long journey through these years. The months and months of home isolation, the miracle – and misery – of Zoom, that brought us together and kept us apart, and the … 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.
Our Safe Parking Guests – those people living in their vehicles whom we host in our parking lot – depend on gas to get to work, keep warm overnight, and even charge their mobile phones that are essential for communication with service providers, family, and … read more.
We’ve had a report of a person who attended church on Sunday who has subsequently tested positive for COVID. It’s possible that a transmission may have taken place. If you are feeling unwell, please do test, and if it is positive, let us know … read more.
At its meeting on Thursday, the Board voted to accept the recommendations of the Pandemic Next Steps Committee (Maria Figueroa, Cindy Hackett, Dave Hackett, Laura Gardner, Sheila Whybrow, and me) to move us back to a more normal Sunday morning experience.
Starting this Sunday, masks … read more.
We’ve had a report of a person who attended church on Sunday who has subsequently tested positive for COVID. Our safeguards in the service mitigate the likelihood of transmission, but as we are unmasked while drinking coffee after the service, it’s possible that a … read more.