Category: News

Safe Parking Update

We know that it seems like we’ve been at this forever without a guest staying for longer than one night. However, we think that our hard work – with your support – will result in guests within a few weeks. Our volunteers have not flagged … read more.

Sabbatical Ministry Updates

Greetings TUUC!

I’m so enthused to be serving as your Sabbatical Minister this summer and fall. Now that my ministry term with you has begun, I thought it’d be helpful to offer some orientation and details on what all of us can expect from the ministry … read more.

10 Educational Books to Pick Up for Juneteenth

Henry Lewis Stephens (c. 1863) untitled watercolor of a Black man reading a newspaper with headline “Presidential Proclamation/Slavery”

Looking for some summer reading? Check out these suggestions inspired by the recent legislation declaring Juneteenth a Federal holiday! Known by various names over the last 150+ years … read more.

President’s Blog Post for June 2021

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.

Safe Parking Update

Nine volunteers led by landscape designer and grounds beautification guru Thomas Oliver mowed, trimmed, weeded, weed whacked, cleaned up trash and made great strides toward keeping our building and grounds looking cared for.

A bouquet of thanks to Thomas, Jim Bilnoski, Cat Garrettson Bilnoski, Dave and … read more.

Safe Parking Update

Safe Parking Update — Report provided at the TUUC Congregational Meeting on Sunday, June 13, 2021

The TUUC Subcommittee on Housing Insecurity (subcommittee of the Social Justice Committee) has been working toward welcoming guests again to safely park overnight in our parking lot. We are doing … read more.

Group Meeting Recommendations Beginning May 2021

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.