The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee and Rebuilding Together are teaming up to provide a one-day Just Works camp that combines education and action. Join us Saturday, June 24, 2006, from 9 am to 2 pm and:Help rehabilitate the home of a St. Louis resident.Learn more about human rights and economic justice.Get tips on working for justice in your own community after GA.Snacks, lunch and transportation will be provided.To pre-register, contact Nguyen Weeks at 1-800-388-3920, ext. 201 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosted By: First Unitarian Church of St. LouisWhen: Friday May 05, 2006 at 7:00 PMWhere: First Unitarian Church of St. Louis5007 Waterman BoulveardSt. Louis, MO 63108USDescription:YRUU Youth Worship (8th grade invited too)We won't mind if young adults want to show up too even though it is a YRUU worship. Click Here To View Event
In this corner!Weighing in at 275 pounds!Straight out of the Central Midwest District Office!It's the April News Of CMwD!
original post about DACome join us at the 2006 Central Midwest District Assembly! Your presence will help make it our largest and best ever! Hundreds of UU’s from all over the Midwest will gather in Madison, WI for three days of worship, fellowship, and fun.Our theme this year is TAKING OUR COUNTRY BACK FROM THE RELIGIOUS RIGHT. We are privileged to welcome Rabbi Michael Lerner, founder of the TIKKUN Community and the TIKKUN Journal, as our keynote speaker. He has a new book out, The Left Hand of God: Taking Our Country Back from the Religious Right, on which his keynote address is based. Rabbi Lerner is a highly respected religious leader who consults with political leaders and social justice leaders across the country.If that alone is not enough to bring you to District Assembly, consider the following: our exciting Opening Celebration comes with combined choirs and a banner parade. There is a choice of thirty workshops on topics such as improving your congregation, social action, faith development, worship, music, growth, and much more. There will be a delicious banquet and fun and fabulous entertainment by the Perfect Harmony Men’s Chorus. We will come together Sunday morning for combined worship. All of this with Unitarian Universalist friends, old and new, from across our Central Midwest District.Student and Young Adult Registrations: For a reduced fee of $35, fulltime students or young adults may register.Scholarships: A limited number of scholarships are available to this year’s District Assembly. To apply, please send a letter with your completed registration form, stating your need, to the CMwD at the above address. Please consider making a donation to our scholarship fund to support Young Adult full participation in the District Assembly. Donations are gratefully accepted. Send your check made out to the Central Midwest District to the above address, and write “District Assembly Scholarships” on the note line of the check.on-line registrationmore infoYoung adults are invited to stay in First Unitarian Society, Madison for free. e-mail Kimberlee Tomczak, CMwD Youth and Young Adult Coordinator, email@example.com to reserve a spot.talk it up, I'm a fan of carpooling so if anyone wants to get in touch... DO IT.
Deadline in TWO DAYS. Sorry bout the short notice. First I'd heard about this was seven minutes ago.~M2theCHi all (please advertise to your respective congregations), You can get a 25% reduction in the registration fee for the CMwD District Assembly in Apr il if you volunteer for 2 hours. I have listed the jobs below. To sign up at the discounted rate you can reach the conference registration through either of these links. There is a place on the form where you indicate you want to volunteer. use http://www.cmwd-uua.org [scroll down a ways for the link] or use http://www.regonline.com/Checkin.asp?EventId=89851 Another alternative is to volunteer 2 hours, pay no fee, and just hear Rabbi Lerner (if you don't want to go to any of the other DA activities). If you would like to use this alternative do not use the registration process, instead contact Gretchen Ohmann at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for all cheap registration alternatives is March 30. There is also an immediate need for someone to put together the children's programming for Saturday. This job has a "small stipend" (I don't know how big). This person doesn't necessarily have to do the programming on Saturday. We are getting volunteers to do that. If you are willing to put together the children's program on Saturday contact Dori Davenport at DoriDuure@aol.com. There is no place to indicate a volunteer job preference on the registration form. We will contact you later. See you at DAWarmlyJudy registration ~ 7 peoplechild care ~ 4 people children's program ~ 4 people[this does not include the person who will develop the children's program]meal checkers ~ 4 peoplebookstore ~ 13 peopleworship ushers ~ 6 people
If you're goin to District Assembly, you most definitely wanna think about this too...Saturday, April 22Event: Singer/songwriter Ellis to perform in Madison Details: 9:00 p.m. First Unitarian Society, 900 University Bay Dr. Madison WI 53705, free and open to the public For more information: Stacy Harbaugh, Madison Unitarian Universalist Young Adult and Campus Ministry Program Coordinator email@example.com, 608.852.5822 or visit muuyacm.org.The Madison Unitarian Universalist Young Adult and Campus Ministry will host a free performance by singer / songwriter Ellis on Saturday, April 22. Ellis consistently receives favored recognition in readers’ choice polls in her home state of Minnesota, most recently in February by the Minnesota Women’s Press. At each of her previous performances in Madison, Ellis has earned an enthusiastic fan base. ( blurbety blurb...Collapse ) Co-Sponsors: This event is made possible by the Madison Unitarian Universalist Young Adult and Campus Ministry and the Unitarian Universalist Association Billings Fund. Co-sponsors of the event include the Madison Songwriters Group, the UW Campus Women’s Center, the UW LGBT Center, Students for a Free Tibet Madison Chapter, and the Madison Fair Trade Action Alliance.
What up kids!The deadline to register for District Assembly is approaching rapidly - March 30th A LATE FEE will be charged for any registrations received online or postmarked after midnight on Thursday, MARCH 30.Central Midwest District’s annual Assembly will be held in Madison, Wisconsin, April 21-23, at the Concourse Hotel and you will want to be there for all the exciting things that will be happening!Register online @: https://www.regonline.com/89851You may find a printable registration form online @: http://www.cmwd-uua.org/DA-registration-form.htmFull details are available @: http://www.cmwd-uua.org/DA.htmlTo make your hotel reservations, you need to call the Concourse Hotel directly, at 1.800.356.8293. In order to get the special rate of $79, you must mention the Central Midwest District Assembly. Hotel Reservations for our room block must be made by April 5, or the hotel rates will go up substantially.OR... you can say 'bump that' to payin for a hotel, and stay at the Lower Meeting House of the First Unitarian Society of Madison for FREE. Free housing! Free showers! Free breakfast! Aww yeah. Just make sure to RSVP to Kimberlee Tomczak [email: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: 608.873.5361].It's time for Mad-Town, what what!
hey yo.so this here con artist is coming up pretty soon. and i hear from a very reliable source that it is going to be the just the hottest con brought to you right in your very own central midwest district all apring. you want workshops? there's gonna be some crazy delicious workshops, you hear me? there's gonna be yoga; some sick, sick stencilin; spoken word to lay down some smooth verses; dance, to get yo booty movin and oh so much more.wanna come and play with the cumwad crew? register! GO GO GO.
Benefit Concert for New Orleans * –An afternoon with ragtime pianist & composer Reginald Robinson Sunday, March 12th – 3:00pSecond Unitarian Church of Chicago656 West Barry Avenue Suggested donation: $20 for adults and $10 for children under 12 Advanced reservations can be made by calling 773.728.7253 For more information go to http://www.secondunitarian.org/neworleans* The net proceeds of this concert will benefit North Shore Unitarian Universalists of Lacombe, LA. Mr. Robinson is the critically acclaimed recipient of a recent MacArthur “genius” grant award.PS: What's up and welcome to new community member gin121081.