Center for Family Justice in Bridgeport accepts donation from performance of Vagina Monologues at UUCGB

As part of its community outreach to promote social justice, members and friends of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Bridgeport recently conducted a staged reading of the Tony Award winning Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler to benefit the Center for Family Justice in Bridgeport and raised $1,080. Debra Greenwood, President and CEO, center, accepts the check from church and […]

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UUCGB Passover Seder

On Saturday, April 11th, at 5 pm, we will celebrate Passover at our UUCGB Annual Potluck Seder. This is a family event celebrating an essential Jewish part of our UU heritage. Educational as well as fun and delicious, we sing songs, tell a timeless story, and express our hopes for the world. Through the ritual of the Seder meal, we […]

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Iowa woman to make history with nation’s first Wiccan state House invocation

Originally from: www.rawstory.com Iowa woman to make history with nation’s first Wiccan state House invocation DAVID EDWARDS 30 MAR 2015 AT 09:47 ET An Iowa woman will make history next month by being the first Wiccan in the nation to give the opening invocation at a state legislature. Although Christian pastors and priests normally give the invocation, Deborah Maynard of the People’s […]

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The Drummer – Weekly Beats – March 27, 2015

The Drummer Weekly Beats March 27, 2015   ·         Answer the Call of the Big Island Forget about the weather outside and join fellow members and friends for UUCGB’s Hawaiian islands get-away, from 6 to 9:30 pm, this Saturday evening,  There is a  good number of all ages already committed to attending, but the more, the more fun and good fellowship we will have.  […]

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Potluck Seder

On Saturday, April 11th, at 5 pm, we will celebrate Passover, UU style, with our UUCGB Annual Potluck Seder, hosted by Rob and Sarah Miller. This is a family event celebrating an essential Jewish part of our UU heritage.   Educational as well as fun and delicious, we sing songs, tell a timeless story, and express our hopes for the world. […]

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“New to UU” class

The Membership Team is organizing a one session “New to UU” class for anyone interested in learning more about  Unitarian Universalism and UUCGB. This is for people who might be interested in joining the church or are just interested in learning more about us (including those who might have joined recently).  Anyone is welcome to attend and there is no […]

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The Drummer – Weekly Beats – March 6, 2015

The Drummer Weekly Beats March 6, 2015   ·         Service and Special Collection This Sunday To Commemorate 50th Anniversary of March in Selma To mark our commemoration of Selma Sunday, there will be a special 2nd collection for the UUA’s James Reeb Fund for Multicultural Ministries and Leadership. This fund honors  Reverend Reeb, a UU minister from Boston who answered […]

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Harvest Festival 2015 – WELCOME ARTISTS, ARTISAN CRAFTERS AND VENDORS

WELCOME ARTISTS, ARTISAN CRAFTERS AND VENDORS:  After 37 consecutive years, it has become a celebrated tradition in the Town of Stratford — the Harvest Festival of Arts and Crafts on Paradise Green.   Our Harvest Festival is a 10 am to 4 pm event with something to interest everyone including beautifully handcrafted decorative and practical gifts for all occasions, furniture, pottery, clothing, jewelry, accessories, […]

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Service and Special Collection This Sunday To Commemorate 50th Anniversary of March in Selma

Last Sunday, we heard Peter Morse's stirring service, "MLK – Are We There Yet?". This Sunday fellow Worship Leader Shirley Gedney-Rubel will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the historic march led by Dr. King across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma to protest for equal voting rights. Fifty years ago Unitarian Universalists from across the country traveled to Selma to join him, […]

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Adult Education Series on UU History Continues – Sunday, March 1st at 11:30am

Long Strange Trip

Adult Education Series on UU History Continues  As many of us have learned, the story of Unitarian Universalist history does not begin nor end with the burning of Miicheal Servetus in 1553. Following our previously announced schedule, our adult education program on the subject will continue with the showing of Part II – "The Birth of Unitarian 1553 – 1794" […]

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