The South District Neighborhood Association of Iowa City sponsors the Diversity Market, among other community events. The market, held in the Pepperwood Plaza during the summer months, empowers minority entrepreneurs, including women, youth and those in the Black, Indigenous, Latino, Asian, LGBTQ+, refugee, immigrant and returning citizen communities.
The February issue of the UUS News is now available. Download it here (PDF), or find it and past issues on our website. Hard…
The 2023 Stewardship Campaign to support our operating budget kicks off on Sunday, September 25th, 2022. Our pledge goal is $440,000, which will ensure that we have the financial resources needed to support our programs that reflect our mission and vision.
Click the title for more information on the campaign and how you can support the programming, ministry, and outreach of UUS!
Thanks to all who came out to represent UUS at the Iowa City Pride festival parade + unity march on June 18th! (Photos submitted by…
We are delighted to announce that UUS has hired Nic Kaplan to be our new Director of Lifespan Religious Education! They come to us from Muncie, Indiana where they are the Coordinator of Youth Programming at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Muncie. Nic will be joining us on Sunday, June 12th, and we’ll have a welcome event for them after the service. Click to learn more about Nic.
Every summer members of the congregation help the Worship Associates plan and deliver a series of lay-led services. The 2022 Summer service theme is Compassion. Would you be interested in offering a sermon sharing any experiences or understanding of compassion in your own life and learning? Submit a proposal form by the end of April! Click for more information.
When a month has five Sundays, the Social Justice Team identifies a special need to support with the extra week of offerings. On…
UUS will join over 50 co-sponsoring organizations to rally the media to cover the climate crisis in a parade on Saturday, Feb. 1, in Des Moines. Click to learn more about travelling to the parade via bus or carpool.
At 11:15 following the service, the congregation will meet to approve the 2020 Budget, vote on updates to the Bylaws, approve a new Mission and Vision Statement, and hear an update from the Ministerial Search Committee. Click to read the Congregational Packet.
The ministerial search committee is organizing small group discussions (cottage meetings) where groups of 10-12 people will gather and discuss two focused questions to help further the search process. Sign up online or after Sunday services for one of several available sessions.