Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Bridgeport

Hands On Social Action Opportunity

At our congregational conversation this past Sunday, we talked about how to be more involved in our community in ways that do not spread our small congregation too thin. The idea of cooking/providing/serving food to our homeless neighbors was discussed. Conveniently, the February meal calendar for the Spooner House homeless shelter in Shelton arrived in my mailbox yesterday! They are […]

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Isolated from Opportunity: The Impact of Criminal Records on People of Color in Modern America

Continuing the Racial Justice Conversation at Trinity Isolated from Opportunity: The Impact of Criminal Records on People of Color in Modern America Presented by: Attorney Daniel Bowes Saturday, March 26th from 2 pm -4:00 pm The Racial Justice group at Trinity Episcopal Church-Newtown is pleased to announce a workshop on Saturday, March 26th, 2016 from 2 pm – 4 pm […]

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Showing Up For Racial Justice CT

As you may have heard in today’s service, we are encouraging our members to get our and get involved in racial justice in Connecticut. Several of us will be attending the meeting and discussion group, which will discuss “11 Ways White America Avoids Taking Responsibility for its Racism. Article link is posted in the comments. One of the goals of […]

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New to UUCGB Information Session & Luncheon

Snow Date: Join us for an informational afternoon to learn about the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Bridgeport. We will discuss our church’s history and the history of our faith, lay led worship, our governance structure, and answer questions about our church to encourage new friends and members to get involved. We’ll be serving lunch and coffee. January 31, 2016 […]

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