The UUSM Board of Directors met on December 10, centered on a mission of fostering a culture of caring. The board announced a new member, Rita deBoer, and encouraged congregants […]
Bev Shoenberger presented the latest efforts on behalf of Adult Religious Exploration (ARE). They are the umbrella committee for all adult opportunities and are working to increase awareness of the many possibilities at UUSM.
A new welcome class, a new entryway, and a new schedule (one service at 10:00) for Ingathering Sunday―all quite fitting to introduce an exciting year ahead.
Safety, stewardship, calendaring, leadership development, RE, and more… Lots of fresh initiatives on the docket for the UUSM board’s first meeting of the church year.
The UUSM Board of Directors met on the evening of Tuesday, May 14. Because the Board will not meet in June, this was the last meeting of the current board.
The Nominating Committee has fulfilled its responsibility to provide a candidate for each board position and to put forth the names of new members for their committee. The names have
The UUSM Board of Directors met April 10, with a 16 congregants in the gallery. The Rev. Greg Ward discussed his decision to resign from ministry at UUSM. The charter for the Ray & Betty Goodman Ministerial Continuing Education Restricted Fund was approved. And financial decisions were discussed at length.
The board discussed some of the changes to this Newsletter you’re reading, UUA General Assembly, stewardship, and a website overhaul. Work on mission and vision is beginning.
Board Secretary Norm Richey has been working with Administrator Nurit Gordon and a small task force on the format for the Annual Meeting, June 28. Treasurer Vilma Ortiz updated the 2020–21 budget to reflect recent changes in financial circumstances.
The Board of Directors met on February 12. After individual check-ins, UUSM President Jacki Weber’s opening remarks concerned the monies the church collected in response to the call to help