To be a steward of something means to conserve it; to give it attention and care, to cherish it, to be its guardian, to protect and sustain it and to keep it safe.
The collective energy of our resources – every role and every dollar – creates everything that we find at UUCS. From religious education and social justice activities to our facilities and our experiences on Sunday mornings, our gifts fuse together to create something greater than us all.
Stewardship does not happen by accident, but rather it depends on each one of us to acknowledge the importance of UUCS to our lives and make a personal commitment to give it the attention and care it deserves.
Through our generous giving, we support the mission and vision of UUCS, and we give what we can with joy and enthusiasm to make a difference within and beyond our walls.
Our next annual fund campaign begins on January 29, 2023, where we will celebrate how we all fit in the greater “puzzle” of UUCS.
Consider an intent to give for the next fiscal year which runs July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024. Intent of Giving forms will be available via mail in January, and you can return your form following the January 29th service in Wilde Hall during our Cake and Bubbles celebration.
Interested in sharing your legacy with generations to come? Consider joining our Legacy Giving Circle through the UUCS Endowment Fund — our own practice of kinship.
Every pledge is welcome and appreciated. Imagine what your own act of generous giving will do toward our shared mission! It takes every one of us to support the mission of UUCS and our beloved community.
Questions? Contact Amanda Richardson, UUCS Stewardship Chair, at email@example.com.
Hear from a few of our members about how and why they contribute financially to UUCS and why each of our contributions matter:
Piece by Piece — Tonia and Colin Bauer — Annual Fund 2023
Piece by Piece — Pam and Fred Stoll — Annual Fund 2023
Piece by Piece — Jule Klotter — Annual Fund 2023
Piece by Piece — Abby Fowler — Annual Fund 2023