Goodbye Brunch for Rev. Ellen
Please join us after services on Sunday, June 19, for a goodbye brunch to honor Rev. Ellen. We are sorry to see her go, treasure the exceptional times we spent together, and wish her all the best on her journey … read more.
Goodbye Brunch for Rev. Ellen
Westminster will hold a yard sale on 6/25 from 8:30-3pm in the parking lot unless the weather requires us to move indoors to Smith Hall. We are asking for the following items to be donated:
Books for children and adults, paperback and hardback (NO TEXTBOOKS)
Clothes for … read more.
EXCITING SHARING LOCKER UPDATE
We are thrilled to announce that the Sharing Locker will resume its popular backpack program that had been suspended for two years due to Covid. Registration for our clients’ children, grades kindergarten through high school, will take place during the June 18 … read more.
Bridge Team Recommendations March 29, 2022, approved by the Board on April 3, 2022.
Based upon current public health recommendations at the low risk level in Rhode Island, the Bridge Team is making the following recommendations to the Board:
Rentals should follow state mandates regarding … read more.
Our April Share the Plate Recipient Is: Doctors Without Borders
Doctors Without Borders provides impartial medical relief to the victims of war, disease, and natural or man-made disasters, without regard to race, religion, or political affiliation. The organization provides medical aid where it’s needed most—independent, neutral, … read more.
Our March Recipient of Share the Plate IsThe Women’s Resource Center
The mission of The Women’s Resource Center has always been the prevention of domestic violence and to provide support services to individuals in Newport and Bristol Counties. Since 1977, the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) … read more.
The Trans Ally Workbook
Team Renewal, our Welcoming Congregation re-designation group, in fellowship with SEEJ, has provided copies of The Trans Ally Workbook for loan.
“The Trans Ally Workbook” is a practical resource to becoming a better ally to our trans friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers. If … read more.
We are excited to announce the opening of a new space to welcome our families with children ages five (5) and under back to in-person worship. While we will not provide staffed nursery care this year, we will offer a new Very Inquisitive Person (VIP) area … read more.
And this just in: The next UU Common Read has just been announced! It is Defund Fear: Safety without Policing, Prisons, and Punishment by Zach Norris (Beacon Press, 2021).
Rather than the usual automatic reactions promoting punishment and fear, Mr. Norris, an attorney, community organizer, and … read more.
As the cold winter season begins our Share the Plate recipient for January is The Rhode Island Coalition to End Homelessness. A statewide non-profit with individual and organizational members to pursue comprehensive and cooperative solutions to prevent and end homelessness. Coalition programs and activities include … read more.