Did you know that UUCC has a library?  Yep, we sure do.  As you enter the front door, the UUCC library is located just to your right.  Notice those dozens of books, CDs, and DVDs there?  They are for you.  Walk over.  Browse.  Pick out one or two or even three.

One of the Seven Principles for Unitarian Universalists states “A free and responsible search for truth and meaning.”  Following this Principle, UUCC offers members and visitors access to its library. 

To check out a book, simply take it.  UUCC’s library works on the honor system.  Enjoy the book, learn from it, question it, and think about it.  Return it at your leisure.  For your convenience, there is a label inside the book cover with UUCC’s address on it. 

If you wish to donate books, CDs, and/or DVDs to the library, please give them to any member of the Board.  That person will give the books to the person who is the volunteer librarian (currently Susie Zuller).  Before being placed on the library shelves, your books will be vetted by the Rev. Mark Pafford.

How about on-line resources?  The UU Small Group Ministry Network has an excellent library of downloadable resources on implementing and developing small group ministry at: http://smallgroupministry.net/public.html.  Click here

The Common Read Book Club meets to discuss books of mutual interest and that are relevant to our UU Seven Principles.  Our first read was Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson.  The second was Infamy:  The Shocking story of Japanese Internment in World War II or Between the World and Me.  For further information on the Common Read Book Club, see Oliver Kelley. 

Please find a copy of the current newsletter attached below.  You will need Adobe Reader to open the file

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