This Sunday, Upcoming Events and January's Poem

This Sunday Jan. 21 at UUCDC - "Democracy Diminished"

It was eight years ago this week that the US Supreme Court handed down its ironically-named "Citizens United" decision, opening the floodgates to big money in politics. A core principle of Unitarian Universalism is "use of the democratic process within our congregations and society at large." This Sunday, Rev. Peter and worship associate Josie Cressler will reflect on the impact that this decision has had on our democracy and what role we can play to ensure our voices are heard by those claiming to represent us. Music at both services will be offered by Dick Veleta.

Please save the dates for these three major events!

January 28 Congregational Meeting - Meeting starts at 6:00 preceded by a pot luck dinner at 5:00.  Read the "Call to Meeting" here.

February 3 from 3:30 to 6:15 - Media Food Bank Benefit Concert - A fun afternoon family friendly event for a great cause!  See the concert poster here and feel free to send it to friends and family.

Rev. Peter's Poem for January's theme, "Intention"

"For Chester"
I am tired of writing poems
that make us feel good about
ourselves. Poems written from
the comfort of a La-Z-Boy in
my living room, where the house 
is a cozy 70 and my bank account 
is set up to pay off my credit card
in full each month without needing
to worry the balance.

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