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Sock it to Love Wins

October is Socktober time at Love Wins when they are looking to find warm socks for their homeless visitors.  They will accept gently worn or new socks for either men or women.  You will find a box labeled SOCKTOBER in the lobby-please donate. Questions? Email Carmen White at [email protected]

Time to Get those Auction Donations In!

The “Gift of Time” Auction is November 5.  Tickets are still on sale, but time is running out to get those donations in! Make donations online, or pick up a form on the Auction bulletin board outside the office. Buy tickets online at www.uufrauction.org or outside Founders Hall after church.   Note:  Only adult tickets will … Continued

LEAP Project Food Drive – Thank You!

Thank you to all who contributed 450 pounds of food to Urban Ministries. Special thanks to Jo & Roger McFeeters, Louise LaPlant, Pat Butler, Diann Irwin, John McLain, and Bob Moxley, who brought all the food to Urban Ministries. We continue to collect food all year on the shelves located in Founders Hall foyer.

LAST CALL- FOOD NEEDED- LOVE WINS MEAL on Sept. 27

We still need a few items: (each unit is a serving for 8) 3 of chopped onions, cilantro, sour cream, 1 of tomatoes, chopped lettuce, 2 guacamole, 18 pieces of any fruit, pinto beans to serve 10. Please go to this website to sign up. Please indicate where you will leave them, UUFR kitchen in … Continued

Flea Market October 14!

  The Flea Market is less than a month away. The sign-up sheet is now posted downstairs in the lobby. Please sign up to help. And keep collecting those fleas.

UUFR’s Hospitality Team Seeking Volunteers

Do you have a passion for making others feel welcome? Do you love meeting and connecting with new people? If so, there are some wonderful opportunities to serve on Sunday mornings as a greeter, at the Blue Tag Express Table or at the Kid’s Corner in coffee hour. Please contact Kathie McCutcheon at [email protected]

Campaign Nonviolence NC

Campaign Nonviolence NC invites everyone to connect the dots between war, poverty, and the climate crisis—and then to connect the dots between individuals, campaigns and movements that have often been working separately for peace, economic equality, and eco-justice. The governor has signed a Proclamation declaring it Campaign Nonviolence NC Week. Throughout the week, Campaign Nonviolence … Continued