Thank you to all our volunteers!

December 10
Life Lines – Jane Harrison
A/V – Betsy Biesenbach
Head Usher – Dick Hawkins
Lead Greeter – Judy Robertson
Coffee – Nora Smith
Recycling – Betsy Biesenbach

December 17
Life Lines – Sally Garber
A/V – Todd Hannabass
Head Usher – Dennis McKim
Lead Greeter – Nancy Brattain

Coffee Team – James Rosar
Recycling – Bob Egbert

December 24 – 11 am service

Life Lines – Sally Garber
A/V – Bob Egbert
Head Usher – Jim Overholser
Lead Greeter – Eileen Lepro
Coffee – James Rosar

December 24 – Christmas Eve Service
Intergenerational Service
A/V – Betsy Biesenbach
Music – Choir with Kerry Morgiewicz

December 25 – 11 am Christmas Day service
Head Usher – Alice Davis

December 31

Life Lines – Judie Lallmang
A/V – Bob Egbert
Head Usher – Volunteer needed
Lead Greeter – Chris Yates
Coffee – Pam Yates

December RE Teachers and Youth Advisors –
Gary Crawford, Claire English, Pam Fisher, Anne Foulke, Margie Garber, Spike Harrison, Cindy Honeycutt, Aidan Skye Jameson, Sharon Jameson, Nelson Lafon, Laura Latham, Bonnie Nelson, Judy Nelson, Elizabeth Rigg, Kris Shandor, Kris Shelor, Samantha Swain, Danielle Teague, Robert Wallenborn

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GOOD WORK = where your great passion meets the world’s great need

Are you Interested…

It takes a village to grow our community of faith, and volunteers are the heart of our village. We are here on this earth to help others, and there is always good work to be done. We love our volunteers and are looking for anyone to fills spaces or help where they feel led. Whether it be a one time, once a month, or recurring we appreciate you.

Coffee Committee – Training on Dec 17th at 10 am
The Coffee committee has wonderful volunteers who prepare and help service coffee for Coffee Fellowship after each Sunday service. The Committee are looking for a few volunteers who can give one Sunday a month or every other month. If you are interested please attend the brief training from James Rosar on December 17 at 10 am prior to service. He will show anyone interested in volunteering how to prepare and what to do. For more information or questions please email the administrator at mbrauch@uuroanoke.org. Thank you!

LFD Clothing Drive, Dec 1 – 31
Our witches and wizards of Hogwarts will be fighting the evil of poverty. Please support and encourage them as they lead a collection of clothing and donations to benefit the Roanoke Refugee Partnership. Hats, mittens, scarves, cash donations, or checks are ideal. Please make checks payable to UUCR, with “Roanoke Refugee Partnership” in the memo line. Place all donations under the Christmas Tree in the Sanctuary. All donations will help raise money to purchase a washing machine.

Teach Dr. Seuss!
Oh the places we’ve gone with stories, crafts, and song,
But Thing Two and Thing One are ready for vacation!
Could you be the fabled Thing Four or Thing Three?
There’s room at our table in the SeUUss Family.

Pack a Snack –  In the midst of the winter holiday season, there are growing needs for the Pack-A-Snack program. Urgent needs include: juice boxes, cereal and granola bars, and mac-n-cheese boxes. Your prompt attention is greatly appreciated, and we thank everyone who has donated. Contact Bonnie Evans with any questions at bevans@uuroanoke.org

Check out our Online Volunteer Form or write to aMoore@uuroanoke.org to start a conversation.