To Members and Friends of UUCB,
People who attended the Congregational meeting on Sunday received a lot of important information about what’s going on in the church. We heard from the CT, Capital Campaign Committee, Stewardship Committee—pledges this year are up!—Land Use Development Task Force, Treasurer, and the Immigration Justice Working Group. We will post the reports as soon as they become available, so keep an eye on uucb.org.
Four people—Natalie DaSilva, Jane Middleton, Beth Pollard, and Betty Webster received the Flaming Chalice award for service to the church. Be sure to congratulate them the next time you see them!
As the term implies, an End Statement describes an “end state.” It is an expression of hope and intention, a destination UUCB continuously works toward. Unlike the Ten Commandments, Ends are not written in stone. They are constantly revised and fine-tuned, based on your input, to reflect your values, hopes, and expectations for this church. The following are submitted by the UUCB Board of Trustees:
The Board has established a Coordinating Team that helps volunteers and staff execute the goals set by the Board in its ongoing consultation with the congregation. The Coordinating Team’s progress is monitored by the Board through reports, as well as through direct contact with the congregation and committees.
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