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Come join a social Bridge group that plays for fun. The people in the group have various skill levels and are always willing to accept newcomers whatever their skills. Party Bridge scoring is used. We meet each Monday from 1:30 to 4:15 PM in our UUSS Room 7/8. Please email us at for a reservation. Treats are provided. A small donation is appreciated.
We are a group of and for individuals in our congregation aged 18-39. We have regular gatherings, and work to ensure that our age group has a strong and active presence in all aspects of congregational life.
Family Promise is a program to help homeless families become sustainable. Four families are housed at UUSS for four weeks during the year. We rely on UU volunteers to host, bring meals, and stay overnight at the church.
The Endowment Trust was established in 1980 to improve and benefit UUSS and strengthen our congregation's long term vitality. Each year a percentage of the Trust's income is spent for special, nonrecurring needs of UUSS.
A group that meets weekly to discuss politics and foreign affairs. We have solved most of the problems of the US and the world, but others remain, and more seem to spring up needing our attention!
Our group focuses on environmental justice, sustainable living, worship and celebration, and earth education for adults and children to promote a sense of reverence, gratitude and care for our living Earth. To quote Tim deChristopher," We're going to start from what we know is necessary...we're going to work for what we want...bring us in alignment with our values."
Our committee works closely with the ministers in planning and presenting Sunday services, and helps arrange for guest ministers and speakers. The lay leaders from this committee (known as Worship Associates) take on specific roles and duties as participants in each service.
This is a monthly social event for all ages to bond over a fun activity with fellow UUs. All kinds of families are welcome and encouraged to come. Visit our webpage to check out this month's potluck theme and featured game.
Our group is for all members of the congregation 65 and more, or there about, who enjoy learning, sharing, soaring, socializing and just having fun. You are invited to come to one event or come to all.
We are a group of walkers and hikers. We hike interesting trails and pathways, meet others, get exercise and appreciate nature's bounty. Many of the walks are local and of relatively short distance (3-5 miles) but some hikes are longer and farther afield.
We are a group of volunteer groundskeepers who work in teams to maintain the outdoor campus. Each team usually works once a month for several hours to mow lawns, collect leaves, etc. as the season requires.
Theater One is open to those who are interested in any aspect of theater: acting, directing, backstage, publicity. No experience is required to participate, just a desire to have fun and help out our community theater productions.
Religious Education for children and youth offers a variety of ways adults can volunteer. In collaboration with staff and our Senior Minister, Rev. Roger Jones, volunteers provide leadership for education programs. Volunteer opportunities vary throughout the program on Sunday mornings. New energy and bright ideas in the form of volunteer support are always welcome in order for our program to continue flourishing.
UUJME is the Sacramento Chapter of Unitarian Universalists for Justice in the Middle East, a UUA related social justice organization of concerned UUs working to educate ourselves and our fellow UUs and citizens about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and its legal, moral and ethical issues in an effort to bring about peace and justice in Israel-Palestine, including a settlement of the conflict affirming the equality, dignity, freedom and security of all peoples involved.
We regularly review financial statements; track investment balances, make financial policy recommendations, and submit an annual budget proposal to the Board of Trustees. The Congregation votes to approve or reject the budget proposed by the Board. Monthly meetings are open to members and friends.
Our purpose is to assure that any permanent or semi-permanent addition or change that affects the visual aspect of the church building or grounds is attractive and appropriate for the campus.
We gather for lectures and presentations on a wide variety of topics, such as travel to exotic places, health issues, history, unusual vocations,and entertainment. We meet September through May.
Our team provides leadership in the areas of administration, personnel, and property management. The APMT is appointed by the board and includes two Board members and 3-4 members of the congregation who have skills and expertise in the areas of the team’s responsibility. The minister with the lead responsibility for administration is part of the team, and staff attend the meetings when appropriate.
The Stewardship team offers the congregation inspiration for faith based generosity and gratitude on a regular basis. The team also plans and implements a pledge drive annually for members and friends to update their pledges for donations that fund the Operational Budget of UUSS.
We seek to be a force for healing in the world by engaging with other members of the faith community for a multi-faith exploration of our spiritual and moral response to climate change and the degradation of our Earth. We will join forces with them to work for Earth Justice, consistent with our 7th principle affirming the interdependent web of which we are a part.
UU Saturday Stitchers provides an opportunity for stitchers of all ages and abilities to teach, learn and share. We meet the first Saturday of every month from 10 AM to 1 PM in the Fahs Room.
We are a food gathering service at UUSS. Teams take turns picking up food and other items donated by our members and friends in the red cart that you’ll find near the Welcome Hall on Sunday mornings. Team members deliver the donations to food bank distribution points around the area.
We raise awareness of the global and growing refugee crisis and of the needs of newly resettled refugee families in our Sacramento area. With open hearts, UUSS volunteers welcome and support refugee families, providing friendship and assistance toward empowerment and self-sufficiency. The team provides and promotes volunteer opportunities to UUSS members, families and friends. We solicit donations of money, goods and services of direct aid for refugee families and to fund our events and work at UUSS. The team coordinates our volunteer efforts with programs of the local office of the International Rescue Committee.
Our council members are elected by the congregation. Our mission is to promote the vitality of our UUSS community by nurturing current programs and activity groups, and encouraging new ones. UUSS members who wish to form a new activity group should submit a new group application to the Program Council. We sponsor an annual Activity Groups Fair and a Volunteer Appreciation event. The Program Council also works with the Board of Trustees to establish budgets.
A belief in “the inherent worth and dignity of every person” is core to Unitarian Universalism: every person, no exceptions. As religious people, our Principles call us to acknowledge the immigrant experience and to affirm and promote the flourishing of the human family.
We are an ad-hoc committee appointed by the Board in 2015 to oversee and promote coordination of the fundraising activities and programs that support and sustain the UUSS mission. Activities include scheduling and recruiting leadership for fundraising dinners, service auctions, special appeals, building donations, the annual stewardship campaign, and encouraging members and friends to remember UUSS in wills, estate plans and investment beneficiary designations. We develop a yearly and 5-year calendar and recruit and support volunteers for various activities and make recommendations to the Board of Trustees. Members with experience or inspiration in any of these areas are invited to contact us with your ideas and interest in participating.
We arrive before Sunday services, distribute hymnals, greet people as they arrive, hand out Orders of Service, and help with seating as needed. Newcomers are encouraged to join; it's a great way to get acquainted.
The UUSS choir is an enthusiastic group of more than 30 amateur singers. They rehearse Wed. evenings from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. in the Fahs classroom from mid-Aug. through May, and sing twice a month in Sunday services from September through May, and at occasional special events like multi-choir festivals and Christmas caroling. There are no auditions; all are welcome to join this group of congenial musicians (both music and non-music readers) who enjoy, fun, fellowship, and serving UUSS through this vital ministry. Contact Music Director Keith Atwater at or meet him on Sunday mornings!