Living Our Values: SEE Justice

Social, Environmental, Economic Justice


Northwoods Vision Statement:

We will be a place of transformation. We will transform our community through intentional inclusion, becoming stronger in our diversity. We will transform our world into a kind, humane and just place through our work outside these walls. We will ourselves be transformed by the work we do, the love we show to each other, and the spiritual challenges we set for ourselves.


SEE Justice Forums

Join us every fourth Sunday of the month for SEE Justice updates from program leaders. Time is 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm. These groups will meet in the “digital sanctuary,” using the same Zoom link we use for worship: https://zoom.us/my/northwoodsuu. (Meeting ID: 766 833 5778).

Complete list of SEE Justice Programs at Northwoods


Upcoming Opportunities to Participate


Side with Love and Support Trans Lives

Rev. Sarah, Greg McDonell and other UU religious leaders joined SIde with Love and The Trevor Project for an uplifting and informative webinar on combating anti-trans hate. You can watch the recording and get links to the many resources shared in the webinar, here


Reproductive Justice

Our Reproductive Justice team delivered the March 28, 2021 Sunday service. To meet the team and watch the portions of the service, visit click below to see

 Reflections by the Reproductive team:

Reflection: Jerry Hensel

Reflection: Paul Nelson

Reflection: Robyn Stout

Reflection: David Shontz

Benediction

The Reproductive team is also watching and advocates for and against particular abortion bills, offered the UUA Reproductive Justice curriculum, hosted book, movie and documentary discussions related to Reproductive Justice, and continue to advocate and learn. The Lilith Fund and the Houston Support Access network have been our Share the Plate recipients. 

Songs for the service were written and performed by Northwoods Musicians.

Millbend Coffeehouse Concerts

We are Thrilled to announce that Millbend Coffeehouse is finally re-opening after an 18 month Pandemic induced hiatus.

Millbend Coffeehouse is a non-profit venue hosted by Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Church. Open the 2nd Saturday of every month, with occasional extra concerts, we are dedicated to bringing the finest in national and local acoustic/folk songwriters and performers to our informal and intimate setting. We are a smoke free and family friendly environment. In our relaxed atmosphere you can meet the entertainers and obtain copies of the hard to find CDs of these fine performers.

Suggested donations vary. All profits from the gate go to local charities/causes — which are determined by audience vote at each concert, with the winners announced at the Intermission.

Visit the Millbend Coffeehouse website for information on performers and tickets.