News from the UUWF

Updated: Apr 9, 2020

by Maya Lazarus, Program Chair and Katie Womack, President

The church’s UU Women’s Federation chapter will be holding its annual retreat at Camp Allen, Navasota, the weekend of March 27-29. The theme this year is Memoirs. It's not too late if there is anyone else who wishes to participate, even for a day. It's always a good time. Contact Kathy Wheeler for more information. There won't be the usual UUWF meeting on the third Sunday as the retreat takes its place and the business meeting will be held at Camp Allen on Sunday, 3/29.

This past month the UUWF continued the curriculum on Reproductive Justice, covering “Right of Conscience” during the February meeting. We conclude the curriculum, but not the conversation in the sixth (and last) session of the UUA Reproductive Justice curriculum, which will be held on Sunday, March 15 at noon in the board room behind the sanctuary. That's also International Women's Day. The topic will be Moving Forward. Please bring a snack to share. All are welcome even if you haven't attended previous sessions. Note that we are planning to hold a vote at the annual congregational meeting in May regarding our church becoming a Reproductive Justice congregation.

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