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March 11, 2019

Board Blog: Kevin Kroeker

Making a Fair Share Commitment to Neighborhood Church Kevin Kroeker, Board Member Canvass is the time of year we are asked to consider our financial commitments to Neighborhood Church.  Many of us approach the canvass with trepidation. Will someone be talking to me about money? Will I be pressured to give more?  How do I […]

March 11, 2019

Board Blog: Eugene Hutchins!

8 Questions for Eugene Hutchins 1. What is something that most people don’t know about you? I was in a commercial for Puff’s Facial Tissue when I was 8. 2. What has been a spiritual turning point for you? I was profoundly hurt and deeply wronged by someone very close to me.  To forgive this […]

March 8, 2019

Action and Results: A Social Justice Activity Recap

Update on Rosa Follow our congregation’s efforts to help a brave Honduran woman and her family establish a life in California after the hardships of the caravan.   Arms of Love Around Sequoyah Recap Our peaceful response to the hateful rhetoric of Westboro Baptist Church drew significant media attention: check out the coverage we received […]

March 8, 2019

Arms of Love Around Sequoyah Recap

Most of you are probably aware that on Feb. 25 our campus was picketed by the hate group Westboro Baptist Church. Here is the story of our response grounded in love and compassion. Check out the press release detailing our official stance as a church and click on the quotes for a look at some […]

March 8, 2019

Looking Back on “Quiet Denial”

From ZaNyaa Lee, M.A. CLCC Membership and Community Coordinator Neighborhood UU   What do justice, equality, and compassion in human relations look like in everyday life? How do we show up and speak up when we see that justice, equality, and compassion are not being expressed, honored, or upheld?   Last week our congregation showed up […]

March 6, 2019

An Update on Rosa and Her Family

An Update on Rosa and her Family March 5, 2019 From Rev. Lissa Gundlach, Senior Minister On November 1st activist and storyteller Paola Mendoza traveled to Mexico to document the stories of the people in the Central American caravan. One of the first people she met on the caravan was Rosa. She was amazed at […]