h4h ladderOur annual Habitat for Humanity "Good News House" renovation projects are going very well this year. We can always use your help. No experience needed. Spend a Friday or Saturday working on the houses or volunteer to bring lunch to the workers. Visit the H4H table in the social hall, or sign up online.  More information...

Alpha House Host Week is coming up, beginning August 26th. There are many ways you can help: Playing with the children, cooking and bringing food, serving and cleaning up after dinner, staying overnight, or helping your fellow volunteers by making reminder calls. We need more than 100 volunteers. You can sign up in the social hall, or by following this link to a Signup Genius list.

Working on your summer reading? The Challenging Racism Group invites all to participate in a Congregational Common Read with discussions to be scheduled in the fall. The book selected is the 3rd edition of Uprooting Racism- How White People Can Work for Racial Justice by Paul Kivel and will be available in the QUUest Bookstore. Book discussions will focus on how to be strong white allies. Questions? Contact Edie Croake

forwebpanelDid you have to miss some of the 150th events?  *New* as of 7/21/15 we now have high quality video of both the May 16th Dawning Future Panel Discussion and the May 17th Service of Commissioning. (A big thank you to Mike Halerz). You can also scroll through the 150th calendar to find links to photos and materials from other events.



Couldn't attend this year's General Assembly in Oregon? If you would like to view videos of GA events, including the Ware Lecture delivered by Cornell West, you can visit this link: http://www.uua.org/ga/virtual/2015