Articles, Reflections, & Announcements
Church Work Day
Join us this Saturday September 12 9 am – 2 pm for our monthly church work day.
We will likely pressure wash walkways, clean out gutters and do some other tasks. Feel free to bring lunch and a snack to share. Social distancing guidelines will be followed. Hope to see you there!
Zooming In for Women’s Lunch Bunch
Join the next Women’s Lunch Bunch gathering on Wednesday September 16 for a time to share your joys, despair, recent activities, or frustrations.
We begin at 11:30 am. If you arrive after 11:30 you may find that we have already gone into breakout rooms, but as soon as we can will will invite you to join one of those rooms. Bring something to eat or drink, or not. If you cannot make it this month, we meet every month on the third Wednesday via Zoom. For a link to the meeting contact Linda Oaksford and she will add you to the mailing list.
Candidate Forums & Children’s Service Council Discussion
Candidate Forums & Children’s Service Council Discussion sponsored by the Tallahassee Democrat and the League of Women Voters of Tallahassee have begun. If you are not able to watch them live, they will be archived on the Tallahassee Democrat web site. Please click here to view the Forums Flyer with schedules. Also included in the Flyer are important general election dates, information on Vote by Mail and the City’s Campaign Contribution Refund Program.
By Marty Beech
Did you know? Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. The donations are made quarterly to organization’s account. When you click on smile.amazon.com, you will be asked to sign in. If you don’t have an Amazon account, you will need to set one up. It doesn’t cost anything to set up an Amazon account. If you already have an Amazon account, go to Settlngs and select Amazon Smile. It’s an easy way to support our church. When asked which charity, search and select Unitarian Universalist Church of Tallahassee. (UUCT doesn’t work).
By Ed Oaksford
The Green Sanctuary Committee would like to highlight this unique opportunity to watch a bittersweet but wonderful and uplifting environmental movie that shows that we can make a difference in addressing the critical issues facing our planet today. Rob Herring, the Director of the film “Need to Grow” is offering a free worldwide screening of his film from September 9th to the 14th. A lot of people are feeling overwhelmed these days about the state of environmental and human health. As you will find out, the film “Need To GROW” brings an urgent message that the world really needs right now! What we need to do is make sure that as many people on Earth as possible watch it for free between Sept 9th and Sept 14th. Together, we can, and we will change the course of history. Tell everyone you know to go watch this film right now for free at www.TheNeedToGROW.com.