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For the ongoing opportunities to discuss the changes to the UUA bylaws, known as “Article II,” we will have our next session on March 3 at 11:30 in the Sanctuary. We hope many of you will join us! This session will be centered around the proposed values and how they fit together.
The Board of Trustees (BOT) is proposing several amendments to our Bylaws, with a particular focus on sections related to voting. According to Article XI of the Bylaws (“Bylaws Procedures”), “these bylaws may be amended or repealed at any duly authorized meeting of the Membership by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the voting members present and voting.” The BOT will hold a special congregational meeting for this vote on Sunday, March 24, following the service.
We're looking for volunteers to work Safety Patrol on Sundays. Interested? Training will be provided.
Working with the UUCC staff and Board of Trustees, the Minister Search Team has announced that the eight days from April 28 to May 5, 2024, will be Candidating Week, the time when the Search Team introduces the minister candidate to our UU Community. The week will culminate with the Sunday service on May 5, followed by a special congregational meeting to vote on the official call to ministry.
Pets make our lives better in so many ways. Pets are also a responsibility, and their presence at our facility presents challenges for people for various reasons that we must respect. Unitarian Universalism is an inclusive faith, and the presence of pets excludes the interests of those who have allergies, fears, or phobias surrounding animals. Therefore, with the exception of service animals, no pets are allowed in the property at 234 North Sharon Amity Rd.
Unitarian Universalism in 2024 has a message for Unitarian Universalists.
Each year, the Memorial Endowment Trust of the Unitarian Universalist Community of Charlotte requests applications from groups and Teams within the UUCC for worthy projects. The Trustees invite recognized UUCC Teams and groups to apply for projects that meet the grant program’s guidelines.
The practice of stating one's pronouns as part of self-introduction has become a norm in many progressive spaces. In December, the UUCC Board of Trustees voted unanimously to state their pronouns during meetings and other UUCC gatherings where they are present. Learn more about the reasons behind this decision here.
In December, Director of Lifespan Religious Education Paula Gribble introduced a new friend to the congregation, Jenson JETPIG (they/them). They were invited to join us to help us learn about the proposed values in Article II of the UUA Bylaws.