Tag: Board

Board Report July 2019

The UUCH Board conducted its regularly scheduled meeting on July 23, 2019. This was the first meeting of the 2019-20 Board.
 
The Board discussed our hopes for our congregation for the upcoming year. Topics of discussion included hiring our new minister, focusing on continued growth, and … read more.

Beyond Categorical Thinking

Do you know your biases?

When you think of our new settled minister, do distinct images come to mind? Is it a person of a particular gender, race, or age? Beyond Categorical Thinking is a highly recommended part of the … read more.

New Committee Chairs

Our 2019-20 church year is off to a great start with the election of our new committee chairs!  We are eternally grateful to all those who are rotating off of committees and those returning for a another year, and we warmly … read more.

What’s Next? A Task Force!

Next Steps Task Force

Your Board of Trustees has been deliberating on how best to make use of the proceeds from the sale of the Governors Drive property in the continuing transition to our new home. To that end, we have appointed a “Next Steps … read more.

New UUCH Office Administrator

Welcome Willette Battle!

The UUCH Personnel Committee (Board Pres. Laurel Bollinger, Rev. Alice Syltie, Board Trustee Susan Coddington, and Membership Committee Chair Pam Korb) has hired Willette Battle via Kelly Services to become the UUCH office administrator when Deedee Moore retires on December 23rd. Willette is already … read more.

Deedee is Retiring!

After 20-something years as our church’s Office Administrator, Deedee Moore is officially retiring on her birthday, December 23rd!

On December 4th, we’ll be celebrating with her, right after the December Potluck. Bring “Celebratory” food, whatever that means in your home. We’ll have a large cake for … read more.

Next Steps Update

Next Steps Update

Your Board of Trustees has been deliberating on how best to make use of the proceeds from the sale of the Governors Drive property in the continuing transition to our new home. To that end, a “Next Steps Task Force” will be appointed … read more.