UU the Vote

We have 500+ congregants and only 50 commitments on the Sandburg Hall bulletin board.  Let’s get committed, folks!!!  YOU can do something!  How about one of these:

Tuesdays, February 11, 18, 25, March 2, 6pm.  Democracy NC Phone-Banking. Help get low-propensity voters to the polls by making phone calls with Democracy NC at the United Way Bldg. Here’s the registration link.

Saturdays, February 22, March 7 and March 28, 10am-2pm.  Join us for “Get Out The Vote.” We will gather at the YWCA for a 30-minute training from Savannah Gibson, our Racial Justice Advocate, then go out in teams to canvass door-to-door to REGISTER VOTERS.” FMI, contact Savannah Gibson.

More information about these at the Justice Ministry table or at  bit.ly/UUtheVote

If you’re looking for an educational opportunity, don’t miss this powerful opportunity to learn about the voting rights struggle of the 1960s directly from the people who lived it.  On March 16-20, 2020 join the UU Living Legacy Pilgrimage from Memphis to Selma.  This five-day pilgrimage, designed for people ages twelve (12) and over, focuses on exploring sacred American Civil Rights Movement sites in Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee through a multigenerational lens.

Leadership Path Development in Congregations Webinar, Feb 11, 6:30, 23 Edwin Parlor

We’ll be watching this webinar at 23 Edwin tomorrow night.  You’re invited to join us.  Bring snacks if you like that sort of thing.  Here’s the promo from the UUA:
Leadership Development and Recruitment are often difficult in congregations who always seem to have too many jobs and not enough energy. During this webinar, we will explore solutions that include setting goals for your Lifespan Faith Development Program that naturally grow leaders in the congregation, inviting more diverse and inclusive leadership, and cultivating a culture of leadership development that hinges on servant leadership and the celebration of those who have served.
Childcare available!! Just come!