A 'New Orleans Nite' fundraiser featured food and music from New Orleans and
raised over $4,000. Individual members also contributed generously to the UUA-UUSC Gulf Coast Relief
The Youth Group produced a documentary "With Our Eyes Shut" about their
experiences and the ongoing devastation that continued six months after the
For more information Contact: Youth Director Jessica Rubenstein at jessica.rubenstein @ comcast.net.
Social justice work consists of service, education, advocacy, organizing and
public witness. It should when possible bring people together across race,
class, age, and other differences. The Winchester Unitarian Hurricane Relief
Project involves all of these elements. It is an excellent recipient for the
Rev. Harrington writes, "We provided physical labor, pastoral care, worship
services, supplies, funds, friendship, witness, meals and love. We received the
gifts of community. It helped draw us together and strengthen us. And in the
midst of so much trauma, we were reminded of how it really it is better to light
just one candle than to stumble in the dark."
For more information contact web @ uua.org.
This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations.
Please consider making a donation today.
Last updated on Tuesday, December 13, 2011.
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