Prophets and Profit June 12, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. Online and in-person Rev. Dr. Matthew Johnson
Throughout history, people have claimed that wealth and power are a consequence or a sign of spiritual blessing. It is the gods, or God, who has made them profitable. But others have said that it is more important to be prophetic than to make a profit. We’ll explore the relationship between faithfulness and “the bottom line.”
We will Share the Plate with The Liam Foundation
The Liam Foundation provides services for all persons within our LGBTQIA+ community by offering safe and welcoming facilities for our community; providing support, services and resources that take special consideration to the needs of our community; mentoring our community in life skills to persons with special needs, and or at-risk behaviors and or circumstances in our community; promoting the overall health and well-being of our community; continually educating ourselves and the community at large on issues that pertain to our community; and sponsoring, hosting and or participating in events and activities that promote our community. Click Here to Donate
Volunteers for Sunday, June 12
Ushers: We Need 2 Volunteers
Greeters: We Need 2 Volunteers
Guest Table: Rev. Joyce Palmer & We Need 1 Volunteer
Coffee Hosts: Teresa Palmeno & We Need 1 more volunteer
Please note that if you volunteer for coffee host you will need to clean up afterward and run the cups through the sanitizer.
Annual Meeting this Sunday After Service
This Sunday is our annual meeting, right after church. Please plan to attend. If you are in person, just stay in the sanctuary – we’ll start 5 minutes after worship. If you have children in RE, please go and get them – they can come to the meeting, or perhaps caregivers can collectively designate someone to be on the playground with them. If you are online, join the zoom:
Topic: 2022 Annual Meeting
Time: Jun 12, 2022, 11:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
Justice for All & Faith in Action
Our next meeting is this Sunday, June 12 after the Annual Meeting in the Library. Our goal is to finish our study on Widening the Circle of Concern, Chapters 9 and 10; and transition to Faith in Action.
Please note that next week’s Kairos will go out on Wednesday, June 15, Kairos submissions are still due Monday night.
2022 ROCKFORD UU CHURCH AUCTION FUNDRAISER
LET’S GET TOGETHER AGAIN!!
BIDDING IS UNDERWAY!!
You can start bidding on the offerings. We have some great social events being donated, so be sure to check out the website!!
If you need any assistance in entering your bid, please let us know. You can call Autumn at the church office 815-398-6322, Peggy at 360-485-8324, or Wendy at 815-218-0082.
Let’s make this a successful fundraiser!! And, Let’s Get Together Again!!
Urgent and Important message regarding Auctria auction bidding…
It is awkward, but if you are bidding on a place in a dinner event, you must make a new bid for each person attending.
We apologize for making it difficult, but most people seem to have figured it out and are bidding twice, if that is their intent. Thank you for your understanding!
Peggy & Wendy, auction co-chairs
The Board of Trustees:
President: Amanda Tapfield
Clerk: Bob Spelman
Vice-President: Judy Gustafson
Treasurer: Teresa Wilmot
Trustees: Khanh Oehlke, Sarah Greer, Jami Edmonds
The Unitarian Universalist Church, Rockford, IL | 4848 Turner St., Rockford, IL 61107 | 815-398-6322 | uurockford.org |