President’s Blog

From Your President – November 2020

UUCS President

November 1, 2020

As we move into November you will be receiving a letter in the mail letting you know what has been going on around UUCS. Since mid-March we have been holding virtual Sunday services and meeting on zoom. Our Board is now planning the next phase of church activity for the months ahead.

Our auction will not be held at the end of this month, we are looking at early spring to do this. The stewardship team will be introducing a new way to offer services and meals for us to get together and enjoy with each other. The most important thing we all can do this month is VOTE!!! 86.8 million People already have. You have until 5:00 on Monday November 2nd, to cast your vote early.

On Wednesday night, the 4th, come join in on the zoom gathering starting at 5:30. You can find the info on the church Facebook page, Happenings or the Unison. Then we wait patiently for the votes to be counted.

As we go through November and the start of the holiday season, wear your masks everywhere, keep your family and friends safe and practice social distancing. Don’t hesitate to call on any board member if you need something. At some point we will be able to come back together. I want to see every one of you there.

Stay Safe,

Linda Leible, UUCS President 2020-21

Celebrating Keith Plumley

UUCS President

October 23, 2020

After more than 10 years leading our music program and more than 300 Sunday services, our beloved Keith Plumley has decided it is time to step down from his role as Music Director at UUCS. Keith has organized and built up our choir, guided us all in singing week after week, and provided exceptional music through his own gifts and through a host of congregational and guest musicians for more than a decade. Irreplaceable, gentle, and the consummate gentleman, Keith will be sorely missed.

We will celebrate Keith’s ministry with us during the Thanksgiving service on Sunday, November 22. Keith has asked not to receive too much spotlight—but we will honor his faithful service.

When asked, Keith said the one gift he would like to receive from the church would be a scrapbook of memories, that he can return to read over the coming years. Please send photos, stories, and notes for Keith to Linda Leible via e-mail ( Handwritten notes can be written, photographed, and a jpeg e-mailed to be printed.

Please send by Friday, November 6.

Thank you for celebrating all Keith means to us!

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