Copies of the UUCA Directory are now available to anyone who needs one. You can get yours at the Bookstore in the social hall on Sundays, for $4 (cash or check only).
Do you have a few good books that need a new home? The UUCA Bookstore is ready to replace some of our unsold inventory with used book donations from UUCA’s discriminating readers.
While we don’t have the space to accept your entire collection, we’re always happy to receive a bag or two of gently used books. Bring them to the Bookstore on any Sunday—or leave them next to our display cases in the social hall at any time. Any books that don’t sell will be sent on to shelters and other charitable organizations in our area.
CELEBRATING UU AUTHORS AND UU READS!
Once you’ve had your coffee and bagel each Sunday, take some time to feed your mind. Stop at the Bookstore to see what’s new (and what’s old)—including UUCA member Shawna Floyd’s thought-provoking What Did You Say?; Elise Gravel’s beautiful book for children, What Is a Refugee?; and this year’s UUA Common Read, An Indigenous People’s History of the United States.