We have an eager Eagle Scout from the Boy Scouts who has chosen to revitalize the area in the Memorial Garden looking over Camelback Mountain to turn it into an amphitheater that we can use for gatherings, weddings and worship. They are replacing the railroad ties, providing drainage, making the land ready for benches and
UUCP member Melinda Iyer is one of the founders of Civic Engagement Beyond Voting, a dynamic force for the progressive voice in the Arizona Legislature. The House and Senate must now concur on bills before they go to Gov. Hobbs. It’s not too late to get involved and weigh in on the good, bad (and
Tuesday, April 2 - 6:30pm MST The UUCP Board of Trustees will be moving its meeting originally scheduled for Tuesday, March 26 to Tuesday, April 2 at 6:30pm.
We recently have made some changes to Realm, our congregational database, revising some outdated terminology and removing some items we no longer use. Mistakes are always possible, so if you find that you can’t see what you expect or have other problems, please email us.
Sunday, March 3 - 9:00pm MST The next UUCP Book Discussion Group meeting will be in Annex B at 9:00am on Sunday, March 3. The group will discuss a part of Chapter 3 and all of Chapter 4 in The Written World: The Power of Stories to Shape People, History, and Civilization, by Martin Puchner. The discussion of Chapter 3 will begin
Sunday, March 10 - June 8, 2025 - 12:30pm MST Starting March 10, Earth Justice Ministry will hold in-person monthly meetings on the second Sunday of the month at 12:30 in Annex H. Due to the hour, hearty refreshments will be served. Newcomers are welcome.