Generosity of Giving Pledge CommitmentPosted on February 17th 2020
Our congregation is on the move and we’ve got a lot of exciting projects, events, outreach, learning and growth opportunities, and social justice actions planned for the next 18 months and we need your help to make this happen.
The budgeting process is a key part of what allows us to expand our mission and vision through Spartanburg and to engage in cooperative efforts on a National scale. I’m asking for you to continue supporting UUCS by completing a Generosity of Giving Pledge Commitment stating how you’d like to support our congregation and these many programs with your financial generosity.
Updating your Pledge information for the next fiscal year, growing your contribution, or getting started with a new pledge is quick and easy.
Just click the link – uucs.org/pledge – to fill out and submit our— it takes 3 minutes!
Linda Leible, firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb-Mar. 2020 Social Justice Activities: Focus on Racism & VotingPosted on February 6th 2020
Thursday, Feb. 6th, 6:00 Determined to Soar Art Exhibit. A talk by painter Nancy Corbin will open this exhibit of paintings celebrating the resilient and collaborative nature of women. Converse College, Milliken Art Gallery. Reception follows, and exhibit will be on display from February 6-27, 2020. The exhibition is located in the Milliken Art Gallery and is free of charge. Gallery hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 am-5:00pm, and Sundays 1:00-5:00.
The Drag Queen Story Hour Sun., Feb. 9th, 2:00-4:00, Fellowship Hall. We will have one or two police officers on site, plus a couple UU members to help direct traffic. Please wear your UU T-shirt (if you have one) and park by Hatcher House. Register to attend at https://www.facebook.com/events/204010243974171/
Thursday, February 13, 2020, 7:00 pm – Voices in American Art: Lecture presented by the Johnson Collection, at Wofford College: Dr. Evie Terrono, Professor of Art History, challenges her students to see the vital intersection between ideas of American exceptionalism, and understandings of race, gender and politics in material culture and fine art. The presentation will be in the Rosalind Sallenger Richardson Center for the Arts on the Wofford Campus.
Friday, February 14, 2020, 12-2:00 pm – League of Women Voters Birthday – 100 Years! Celebrate and Act! Join League members for coffee or tea and toast the LWV – and ourselves! Then we will act – writing postcards to our legislators telling them our state needs Fair Maps. Spill The Beans, 174 E. Main Street, Spartanburg (In the Aug Smith Building).
Saturday, Feb. 15th, 12:00. SCNA will meet in our fellowship hall to celebrate the unveiling of the two newest Lightbulb Art, in the South Converse Neighborhood. All are welcome!
Sunday, Feb. 16th. 12:15 Dialogue on social justice issues after our service led by Rev. Scott Neely
Mon., Feb. 17th. 2:00 at the main library, Barrett Room, or 6:00 pm at the CC Woodson Ctr. “The Other Boys of Summer”,a film that explores the history of Negro League Baseball. Spartanburg was host to the Spartanburg Sluggers from 1928 to 1952, a team in the Negro Textile League, and a number of well-known black players appeared at the Duncan Park Field. More at https://www.theotherboysofsummer.com/
ALSO Monday, February 17, 2020, 7:00 pm – The Life of Viola Desmond, Canadian civil rights activist Viola Desmond . Join us as John Abercrombie presents a lecture on the life of Viola Desmond, who is the face on the Canadian $10 bill. Hoechst-Celanese Room (downstairs) of the Spartanburg County Public Library.
Thurs. Feb. 20, 7:00. League of Women Voters’ celebration of 100th Birthday, Main Library.
Wed. Feb. 26th, 2:00 and Mar. 11th, 7:00 at Humanist Meeting. Film “Suppressed: The Right to Vote.” More about this important film at https://www.bravenewfilms.org/suppressed
Mon., Mar. 2, 6:00 for potluck, 6:30 for meeting. Speaking Down Barriers, at Arthur Center, 400 E. Kennedy. Visitors always welcome! More info at http://www.speakdownbarriers.org/
Books, books: New at the library: “Amazons, abolitionists, and activists : a graphic history of women’s fight for their rights” by Kendall, Mikki. And info on more books at
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