Category: Voter Advocacy Ministry
Are you feeling anxious about the outcome of the 2020 election? Do you have recurring concerns about how to vote, when to vote and whether or not your vote will be counted? Do these concerns sometimes keep you awake at night or interrupt your normal … read more.
Since this congregation welcomed a new minister last year, we’ve faced many unexpected challenges. However, I don’t think I’m alone in perceiving that UUFR these days is experiencing a greater sense of cohesion, connection and community. Leadership matters. What if we could, individually and collectively, … read more.
Most of UUFR’s personal interactions have transitioned to more virtual modes—via email, Zoom, phone, text, or other technologies.. One remaining opportunity for personal interactions is on Fridays when we collect groceries for the Love Wins Ministry and supplies for our refugee families in the our … read more.
We are now within six months of the 2020 general election. Typically in May, we would all be getting lots of publicity about multiple candidates vying for at least one party’s Presidential nomination, plus endless fliers and campaign ads on every media platform imaginable for … read more.
Members and friends of UUFR have been active in the early stages of the 2020 election season. At social hour on February 9 and again February 16, many of us put pen to postcard in a campaign encouraging young women whose voting patterns were intermittent … read more.