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Board updates are included in the eWeekly and the minutes are posted on the website once approved. Updates are summarized on the leadership page. The Board meets monthly on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Contact the office if you'd like to attend and the details will be shared. Our next meeting is May 11th.
PCUUC Statement in Response to the
Black Lives Matter Movement
The Green Youth Farm in Lake County— made possible thanks to donors from across the region—has grown into the model for youth development programs throughout Chicago. Join us as we further the mission of the Lake County Forest Preserves to provide interactive education for generations to come. Read more here.
(be sure to select Green Youth Farm in the designation field)
Giving thru PCUUC online - https://pcuuc.breezechms.com/give/online. Be sure to select the fund(s) you wish to support from the pull down and payment method (credit/debit card or ACH transfer).
Text - 847-999-7060 "$amt Green" and your donation will be split between PCUUC/Green Youth Farm
As people of faith dedicated to justice and liberation, we stand in grief, outrage, and solidarity with those who are protesting the use of excessive force by the police, which has resulted in the deaths of far too many people from Native, Black, Latinx and other marginalized groups in the United States. Our stance is based on the Unitarian Universalist Principles that serve us as moral guides, specifically the 1st Principle, “The inherent worth and dignity of every person,” 2nd Principle, “Justice, equity and compassion in human relations,” and 6th Principle, “The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all.”
Further, we recognize our individual and collective responsibility to name the ways anti-Blackness and white supremacy show up in our families, work environments, social networks, and communities, and in the local, national, and transnational systems and institutions in which we participate, including in our own Unitarian Universalist denomination and our church community. We are committed to working in consultation with Black churches and Black-led organizations to bring our UU principles into meaningful action, and in doing so to fight for an end to systemic racism.
ARWG and the PCUUC Board
ARWG Report 2/3/21