There is always room on our hard working committees. Most meetings are in the Palmer Annex at 964 Barnett unless otherwise listed. Contact the Chairperson or check the Calendar page or Newsletter for meeting times,
For security and privacy we will not print any phone numbers or emails on our web site unless Chairs requests.
The contact information is in the UUCHC directory available to all at the church entry table.
If you have not picked up a copy, please do. It will help you in contacting the right person.
Includes Congregational Social Activities and Events, such as: Pot-Luck Sunday, Men's Friday Lunch, House
Concerts, Saturday Night at 964 Barnett, Holiday Party, Thanksgiving, Interior Décor, General Supplies,
Picnics, Circle Suppers, Building Scheduling, Calendar, and More.
Budget, Finance, Operations, and Planning - Andy Pesez
Includes Fundraising, Treasury, Insurance, Buildings & Grounds, and More.
Communication Services - Linda Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Includes Newsletter & Weekly Reminder-Susan Lipp, Order of Service-Kevin Hartley, Website & Facebook - Amanda
Biemer, Advertising, Promotions and more.
Justice & Outreach - Karen Burkett Meets Forth Wednesday every month at 3:30 pm i
Includes Community Outreach, TXUUJM, IMPACT, C.A.M. Sunday (collection), Little Free Library and More.
Includes Scheduling Sunday Speakers, Religious Education, Service Associates, Music,
Morning Coffee Service, Chalice Table, and More.
Includes Sunday Greeters, Maintaining and updating address lists, recruiting of new members.
$220 - April's 5th Sunday Donate the Plate. Karen Burkett -Justice & Outreach Chair, Philip Stacy -Exec. Director, Judy Ascraft - UUCHC Representative to Habitat for Humanity 5/24/2017
Unitarian Universalist Church of the Hill Country donates toward training dogs as Service companions for disabled Veterans.
Picture taken at the new location of Veterans Assistance Dogs of Texas Training Center.
In the picture - left to right - Rick Trzcinski and his buddy Randy, and U.U.C.H.C. Past-President Bob Lentner for more information on this project go to http://www.vadogs.org/ or click
Previous Part-time Minister - Rev. Mark Skrabacz (center), Previous Chairperson - Marylu Barnikow (right) and C.A.M. Director receiving donation check
Time and Talent Service for
UU Church of the Hill Country
Every member is an important part of the larger congregation; each of us, contributing, creates a vibrant, powerful whole.
Here are some ideas about how you can help:
*SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT - Join the Spiritual Development Committee as a Service Associate, Be a Greeter at Service, Provide music for services, Read a Sermon, Provide decoration for the Chalice table, Provide after service snacks, Help with child care, Teach Sunday School, Be a helper in Sunday School, Join the Youth Religious Education group, Join the Adult Religious Education group
*SOCIAL LIFE - Join the Activities & Events Committee, Join the Men's Fellowship lunch group, Be a Host or guest for Circle Supper, Come to Saturday Movie Night, come to other activities (see calendar), be an Events Photographer
*HIDDEN TALENTS : There are times when we need someone to do “one shot” projects, or performing a brief consistent “duty”. Painting, using a hammer or saw, gardening, fundraising, finance knowledge. All skills are needed and appreciated.
**** Please, use the form below to contact the Membership Committee about your interests and they will contact the appropriate Chairperson for you.
We look forward to getting to know you.
I WANT TO HELP:
960 Barnett, Kerrville, TX (830) 792-3626 Sunday Service - 10 am to 11 am
All Are Welcome. Love Is Inclusive, Not Exclusive.
Circle Suppers are on the first Saturday of the month so it is not the same weekend as Pot Luck. Through the year we will put out sign-up sheets once a month in the church. Circle Suppers will run from February to September depending on attendance. As Host or as Guest - it is very important that you give us your phone number so we can notify you.
If you would like to host a dinner, please sign on the Host side of the sheet. Also, pick which day you would like to have your Circle Supper and how many guests you are able to seat comfortably. We are trying something new this year. THE HOST ONLY NEEDS TO SUPPLY THE BEVERAGE and decides the theme of the meal. If you want to supply the main dish, that's okay too, but not required. Hosting is a big job, so let your guests bring the food! When the sign-up period is over, you will be given the list of people coming to your house. It is your job to notify each one of them to tell which night you have selected and to assign them a dish to bring. Make sure everyone has directions to your house and knows when the dinner will begin.
If you would rather be a guest, sign on the guest side of the paper with your name, email and phone number. You will not be able to choose which host you would like to have dinner with. We try to match you with a host you may not know as well. The object of Circle Supper is fellowship.
Most of us know each other pretty well, but don't be surprised if you find yourself with different people each time! We will make every effort to vary your experience, so, don't be afraid to sign up each month.
And, most of all, have fun. We are a friendly bunch of individuals!
If you have questions, please contact Marie Brown or Judy Ashcraft.