Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington, KY


The 2018 Stewardship Campaign is off and running! - We’re 29% shy of meeting our 2018 stewardship goal with $85,564 in pledges still needed! UUCL needs your help. Every gift, large or small, makes a difference.Here’s what to do:

  • Pledge online now to help us get an early start toward reaching our goal of $300,000.
  • Pick up a pledge card from the Stewardship table in the Foyer before or after service on Sunday.
  • Read our Vision Statement for more details on how the 2018 budget will be used.
  • Check out the UUA Fair Share Contribution Guide to learn more about practical giving guidelines

NAMI Walks - Once again, UUCL members Ty and Karen Hall will be walking for the National Alliance for Mental Illness on Saturday, October 14 at Masterson Station Park. Join their team, Jake’s Cats, by walking with them or donating. For details, see Ty or Karen in the Fellowship Hall after the service on Sunday, October 8.

Socktober Collection Day is October 15! For their October Service Project, RE will be collecting NEW socks for children, women, and men to donate to shelters. This is a simple way to improve a person’s day! Contact: Stacey Stone, uucldre@uucl.org.

Register your family for RE at UUCL. You will want to know all of the great things that are happening! Get involved! Contact: Stacey Stone, uucldre@uucl.org.

Apartment for Lease - Ruth Baer has a nice apartment in Lexington available for sublease from mid-January through July. Please contact her at rbaer@uky.edu if you are interested.

Join our Welcoming Team - We are looking for another Greeter to serve on the 4th Sunday of each month during the 2017-2018 church year. This is a simple but important job to serve as a welcoming face and provide basic information to new folks. Detailed instructions are provided and you will always be joined by one other Greeter. Contact: Linda Porter, membership@uucl.org. Many thanks to Joan Kindy for her years of service as a Greeter.

Calling All Crafty Folks! Our 2017 UUCL Craft Fair will be held on Sunday, November 19, before and after church. If you would like to sell your work, please contact Marie Conger at mccconger@gmail.com to reserve your space. We expect more vendors this year, so contact her soon. We welcome UUs and Friends, so please pass this info on to your crafty buddies!

The collection of materials for the Women in Prison Project is ongoing. They can use yarn, fabric, sewing and quilting supplies, or funds for repairing sewing machines. The items they make are distributed to 20 area agencies. If you are still thinking about clearing out your unused stash, items can be dropped off in the designated tub in the Foyer coat closet. Thank you to all who have so generously donated in the past. Contact: Lora Lee Clark, loralclark@aol.com.