Rituals can be a kind of tradition. Sometimes, when we can’t find the words to express what we most deeply think and feel, rituals can speak for us instead. Join us for a morning of contemplation, celebration and maybe even a ritual to ground reflection in practice.
Your attendance is important as a quorum will be required for voting matters. Absentee Ballots will be available through the Church Office, email@example.com.
The Information Meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 2 at 7:00 PM in the Sanctuary.
Click to Download the FY2015 Annual Meeting Packet (Right-click the link and choose “Save Link As…” to save the document to your computer)
Finish Reading: Annual Meeting of the Membership: Fiscal Year 2015
Click to Download the Flyer (Right-click the link and choose “Save Link As…” to save the document to your computer)
Unitarian Universalist Church of Kent Members,
We now have visualizations of the site and floor plans for the proposed expansion of our church facilities. This visualizations will also be available for viewing on Sunday, March 29 at our Congregational Voting Meeting.
The Voting Meeting will be held between services at 10:50 AM in the Sanctuary. We encourage all active members to come in order to establish quorum and vote on the motion to authorize the Capital Campaign Team of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Kent to proceed with a capital campaign to fund the expansion and improvement of our facilities. If you are not able to be present, an absentee ballot can be requested through the Church Office by calling 330.673.4247 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by 4 PM on Friday, March 27. Absentee ballots must be submitted to Moderator Max Grubb twenty-four hours prior to the vote to ensure that they will be counted. A simple-majority 51% affirmative vote of the active members present and those who have submitted absentee ballots will be required for this motion to pass. Absentee ballots do not count towards determining quorum.
Unitarian Universalist Vision Statement:
Our vitality and passion call us to restore and expand our space to equal the energy of our dreams.
As we do, we are better equipped to carry on our historic legacy and embrace our potential
for connection, service, programming and outreach.
The ministers in the North East Ohio portion of our district have released a statement in response to what is happening with Ferguson, Cleveland and New York. The statement is attached.
Download – Clergy Statement (Right-click the link and choose “Save Link As…” to save the document to your computer)
Finish Reading: Northeast Ohio Clergy Release Statement