Saturday, March 14, (Morning – Time TBD)
Washington, DC (Exact Place to be Determined)
• What can your congregation do about climate change? EARTH DAY AND BEYOND…. Learn about exciting UU short- and
long-term activities, programs, worship and educational resources.
• How can UUs in the metro DC region play a key role in national climate change advocacy efforts? Strategize
together with Commit2respond Steering Committee member, Pamela Sparr.
Ed Kringer of the Accotink UU Church and Paul Sturm of the First Unitarian Church, Baltimore are co-chairing a fledgling UUSJ Economic Justice Task Force. If you would like to become a part of the Economic Justice Task Force contact Ed Kringer at ekringer(at)aol.com or Paul Sturm at psturm(at)execpc.com.
At the May annual meeting Nancy Sorden, who will be ending a term as secretary, Mike McCord, who will be ending two terms as treasurer and Hal Fuller, who will be ending two terms as co-chair were all thanked for their service.