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Committee on Ministry's October Latitudinarian article

Updated: Sep 23, 2020

Virtual Open House on Civic Engagement. Come join us for a conversation on Civic Engagement with Josh Wilkinson. Josh, a member of the congregation, spoke to us on this topic at a recent Sunday worship service. This is your chance to ask follow up questions and discuss your ideas on civic engagement. We hope to see you on Friday, October 9, 5:30–6:30 p.m. for informal, stimulating conversation among members and friends.


The CoM is for everyone. The Committee on Ministry (CoM) is designed to track the heartbeat of ministry within the congregation—how the members take care of themselves and each other, how the lay ministerial leadership serves the congregation, and how the minister serves the congregation. It seeks to understand, assess, support, and advocate for robust ministry throughout the context of congregational life. It is our intent to serve everyone in our UUCBV congregation and all aspects of our ministry.


CoM is for everyone, and we are here to listen. Now that we are unable to meet in person, it is especially important to make the effort to remain in contact. Are you getting the information about happenings that you need? Do you experience difficulty getting connected to our virtual Sunday worship services? Do you have some unmet need but are uncertain whom to ask?


If you wish to discuss a concern; convey thanks, a compliment, or a question; or provide feedback, and you don’t know whom to contact or where to start, or you just wish to speak with a member of CoM, shoot us an email at C-O-M@brazos-uu.org. Please provide us with a contact phone number and a few good times to speak. A member of CoM will call you.


The Committee on Ministry is John Ivy, Joyce Langenegger, Molly Ward, and the Rev. Christian Schmidt.



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