Greensheet Weekly, 10/9/16-10/15/16

***This Week at the UUFA**

 Autumn Work Day

Saturday, October 8, 10am-6pm
Project List:
1.    Finish RE room ceiling (drywall and paint) and install 3rd light
2.    Clean gutters
3.    Build walls, install door and wiring for new office
4.    Spread parking lot stone
5.    Repair and winterize memorial fountain
6.    Repair toilet paper dispenser(s)
7.    Saw up ash tree and stack firewood in parking lot for member pickup
8.    Inspect boiler
9.    Concrete area around sewer cleanout riser
10.  Trim brush along parking lot retaining wall
11.  Pressure wash and seal entry ramp
Bring tools if you have them.  Come when you can, leave when you need to!

Committee on Ministry

Sunday, 9:30am

Social Action Committee

Sunday, 10am
All welcome! We plan to discuss Crop Walk, Sunday afternoon, October 23. Lois Whealey will propose action to get rid of the legislation which put a freeze on clean energy development in Ohio.

Sunday Service: Pass The Peas! Coffee House, Pot Luck, and Discussion

Sunday, 11:00am – 1:00pm
A morning dedicated to fellowship, community, and discussion of events, ideas, and UU principles with minimal service. Join new friends and old for this new style event coupled with our traditional monthly potluck.


Check Your Voter Registration

Do you plan to vote on November 8? Are you registered? If not, the LAST DAY is coming just after Columbus Day holiday October 10. The deadline for address changes, name changes, etc. is Tuesday, October 11.
It has been reported that TWO MILLION names have been removed from the Ohio registered voter list! Be sure you and your friends and family can vote November 8. If, for instance, you have moved since you last voted, the application sent to you for an absentee ballot would have been returned by the Post Office to the Board of Elections, so your name would have been dropped from the voter list.

Crop Walk

Sunday October 23, 2pm.

CROP Hunger Walks help to support the overall ministry of Church World Service, especially grassroots development efforts around the world. In addition, each local CROP Hunger Walk can choose to return up to 25 percent of the funds it raises to hunger-fighting programs in its own community. CROP Hunger Walks help to provide food and water, as well as resources that empower people to meet their own needs. From seeds and tools to wells and water systems, the key is people working together to identify their own development priorities, their strengths and their needs – something CWS has learned through 70 years of working in partnership around the world.

UUFA Women’s Retreat

Friday October 21, 6pm to Sunday, October 23, 10am; Wenda Sheard’s House- 13499 Dutch Creek Rd
$30 registration cost. 11 indoor sleeping spots, unlimited camping, outdoor smoking area. Simple meals provided Friday night through Sunday morning. White elephant Friday. Group and individual activities Saturday.

Pastoral Care

Our contract minister, Don Rollins, is available for pastoral care telephone calls and time sensitive issues via his cell (740-988-7834) or by email ( Please note the letter l (as in lantern) between Don’s first and last names.

Please Submit Announcements

To be sure to be included in the weekly Greensheet post, email your announcements by Thursday at noon to If you miss this cutoff time, you may bring your announcement in writing to the service leader before service begins on Sunday, so he or she can announce it from the podium.