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Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson

Mar 23: Community Life


We welcome diversity. We commit to undo racism and all other oppressions in ourselves, our church, and our community.


Staying Connected in Community

Ways to stay connected to UUCT
Meeting List: The front page of our website now lists the Zoom links for every congregational event happening online: uuct . You may list your event there by emailing to: announcements@uuctucson.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Zoom Meetings
Come Join the Choir 
For more information, please contact Dr. Brian Moon, our Director of Music:
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Our Congregational Administrator, Mary Wiese, will be away March 24-March 28. Volunteers will be filling in during her regular work days, Thursday, Sunday, and Monday. (Mary is off on Fridays and Saturdays.) She will return emails and phone messages when she returns. If there is anything urgent, please contact Rev. Bethany: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or our Board President, Jody Bergedick: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Highlights of the TEXnewMEX TUUR October 8-16, 2022
You are close to missing out on a great offer!
As an added bonus for our travelers who pay their initial deposit for this trip before April 1st, we will pay your entrance fee into Spaceport Roswell, a virtual reality based experience that explores the "Roswell Incident" from the perspective of the aliens who caused it. In addition, all early registrants may postpone their second payment, originally due on April 1st, until May 1st. Those registering after April 1st will have two payments due as soon as they register, with the last payment due for all on June 1st, when we plan to close registration. 
It’s hard to explain the magic of Marfa, but when you get there, you get it!
The journey is half the adventure and so much of the allure of Marfa stems from its remote location. This is a place where the pace of life slows down. In the 1970s, New York minimalist Donald Judd moved to Marfa, drawn by the enchanting terrain beneath a huge blue sky. He purchased several buildings for art installations, forever solidifying Marfa as a global art community. While there you may want to see some of his work at the Chinati Foundation.
Another historic and artistic highlight is found in Building 98, built in 1920 as the Bachelor Officers Quarters and Officers Club at Marfa’s Ft. Russell. During WWII, the fort was used as a German POW camp. Two of the prisoners painted hauntingly beautiful fresco styled murals of idealized Western life in the Gala Dining Room and Library of Building 98. These were saved from being lost to deterioration by the International Woman’s Foundation founded in 2002.
And of course, there are the mysterious Marfa lights… Accounts of the strange phenomena in the Marfa night skies began during the 19th century and continue to this day. https://visitmarfa.com/marfa-lights/
Contact Julia Mehrer, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for a registration form. To view the complete itinerary, go to https://uuctucson.org/images/documents/Brochures/TEXnewMEX.pdf
UUCT Book Club
The 2nd Thursday UUCT Book club – 
April 2022 book
Apr 14, 2022: Freshwater for Flowers, 2020
"French bestseller Perrin makes her English-language debut in an atmospheric novel rife with adulterous romances, bad marriages, mysterious deaths, and lots of burials.
The frequent burials are because narrator Violette Toussaint is a cemetery keeper at the Brancion-en-Chalon cemetery in Burgundy
Overstuffed, at times rambling, but colorful and highly enjoyable and pulled together by an engaging narrator." Kirkus reviews
Meeting ID: 884 1260 4078
Password: 484848
The Zoom meeting opens by 9:20am, book discussion starts at 9:30am

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