UU Men’s Group is meeting Sunday, December 15, 8:30 am to 10 am at the church. Breakfast will be served! Members take turns providing a small breakfast (quiche/fruit). All identifying as men are welcome. This is an open group of men supporting each other, so … read more.
The Women’s Alliance will be decorating the sanctuary and Hanneman Hall for the holiday season on Tuesday, December 17, starting early at 6:00 pm.
This work will be followed by refreshments and a short business meeting. All congregants are invited to help out with this activity … read more.
Congregations Helping People (CHP) is a group of 18 Salem churches that have come together to combine resources and work cooperatively to help people in need. The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Salem supports CHP, and recognizes it as an affiliated ministry.
CHP provides experienced, qualified … read more.
The Mindful Organization for the Recovery of Psychological Health, M.O.R.P.H. (formerly the Mental Health Association of Marion County) is asking for your support this holiday season with providing gifts for people with significant mental health conditions who are lacking support from friends or family. … read more.
Kathy Randall will be in the Fellowship Hall on Sundays after services to explain the voter registration process. If you need to register or would liketo learn how to register other new voters, please check with Kathy.
The UUCS Landscape Team has a wish list and maybe you can help!
We can use a flatbed trailer for to receive refuse and then to haul it for dumping when full.
We can use a light kink-less hose or two.
We would welcome a deep wheelbarrow … read more.
UUCS is a Welcoming Congregation and has provided a meeting space for PFLAG meetings since February 2019.
There is a volunteer position currently open for a PFLAG liaison starting in January 2020. Time commitment of approximately 2 hours per month (6:30 pm – 8:30 … read more.
Service Opportunity: Volunteer Position currently open for Cordon Road Clean Up Coordinator in 2020. Time commitment of 4 – 5 hours twice yearly.
Organizational and coordination skills and love of outdoors helpful.
Must be able to follow safety directions for yourself and others. Benefits … read more.
We ask for you to choose one Sunday each month to work with our children and youth as an assistant in the classroom.
You may choose the same consistent Sunday each month (every 1st Sunday, every 2nd Sunday, etc.) so that it is easier for you … read more.
Recently, UUCS has seen an increase in car break-ins. Do not leave anything of value, such as a bag or backpack, visible through the windows of your car. This is a problem that is occurring all over Salem, and we are sad to see … read more.
A BIG thank you to everyone who has participated in the bottle drive these last few months. With your help, we have been able to raise over $150. This money will be divided between the Resource Center, Ministers discretionary fund and CUUPS.
If you would … read more.
Salem Rainbow Youth exists to serve the needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth in Marion and Polk counties. Activities include weekly groups with dinner, public meetings, workshops, gatherings, and social events.
Find out more on their website, or visit Salem Rainbow Youth on Facebook.
Gathering and potluck at 7:00 pm with ritual starting at promptly at 7:30 … read more.
REGISTRATION is being done through a google document. A link has been sent to all of the parents currently on the google email list. If you are new to our congregation and have yet to have been added to the google group, please pick-up a … read more.
The 27th annual Salem Speaks Up! will be held Tuesday, December 10, at 7:00 pm at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 790 Marion St. NE. Doors open at 6:30, with time for people to look at displays by groups supporting the event. The date commemorates … read more.
Sunday, December 8 is the date of our annual Holiday Bazaar, organized by the Women’s Alliance. After the service, come to the fellowship hall not just for coffee hour but also to buy jams and jellies, baked goods and craft items, and to search … read more.
Wreaths made by farmworker women were available to pre-order and purchase at the Social Justice Table on November 10 and November 17. MLP (Mujeres Luchadoras Progresistas) members work to foster economic and leadership development through this project.
The wreaths that were pre-ordered will be available for … read more.