The Dec issue of the CUC Newsletter is “hot off the e-press”.
|Read the December 2018 issue of the Canadian Unitarian Council’s (CUC) monthly newsletter, The eNews. Click on the button below to download and view the pdf (3 MB).
· CUC IT Improvements – The CUC eNews will be moving to a weekly format beginning in January. A new Customer Relationship Management system will be up in the next months.
· AGM Planning – The 2019 Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, May 11, and will be hosted by the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga.
· OWL—Filling the Sex Ed Gap – Check out the benefits that Our Whole Lives brings to participants.
· Breathing Room for Nonprofits – Read about the ramifications of the Ontario Supreme Court ruling striking down the 10% rule around engaging in political activities for charities.
· Canadian Unitarian Book Club – Interested in joining an online UU book club? Read the proposal.
· Social Justice at the UU Church of Halifax – This small congregation is sponsoring fifty-six people. Read about how they have been able to accomplish this.
· The UU Challenge of Holiday Music – Music directors, Jane Perry and Sandra Hunt, share their thoughts about holiday music and UUs.
· Meet the New CanUUdle Coordinator – CanUUdle has a new Coordinator, Heather MacLean-Smith.
· Parliament of World Religions: A Gathering of Faith – Unitarian Universalist were very prominent and active at the Parliament of World Religions.
· In Memoriam
· Jobs and Volunteer Opportunities – The First Unitarian Fellowship of Nanaimo is searching for a two-thirds-time consulting minister. Neighbourhood Unitarian Universalist Congregation is looking for a part-time Director of Lifespan Learning.
· Upcoming Events – Join us for Church Social Media and Membership Growth with Peter Bowden, social media expert, on Saturday, Dec. 8. Gathered Here (Young Adults) will meet on Dec.10.
· Contact Us – A full listing of CUC Board and Staff contact information.