January 2015 UNIverse

The January 2015 UNIverse is chock full of news about happenings at Northwest. Learn about Women in the Halls, Rev. Terry Davis’s First Sunday series (kicked off with a showing of Robert Reich’s Inequality for All on January 4), who Dining for Women supports this month, UUSJ’s activities in Haiti, the Creativity Lab,  what the Book Groupies are reading now […]

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Northwest UUC October 2014 UNIverse

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Leaves are dropping and Northwest’s hopping! This issue of the UNIverse invites you to encourage your family, friends and neighbors to vote, participate in the Pride parade, bring your little ones to the new Children’s Chapel service, register for the congregational retreat, support Georgia’s foster parents and more! 

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Northwest UUC mid-August-September 30, 2014 UNIverse

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School’s back in session and programming is resuming at Northwest after a brief summer hiatus. Take a look at the latest newsletter with all the events and activities for the next six weeks. This issue of the  UNIverse tells all about plans for the Georgia ReUUnion, Stewardship Kick-off, new Chalice Groups, formation of a Young Adult Group and much more!

We’ll be back on the regular monthly UNIverse schedule in October. If you have content you want included, please submit it by September 15. Happy reading!

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Northwest UUC July-August 15, 2014 UNIverse

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We’re officially into summer now and temperatures will hit the mid-90s for the next several days. There are still cool things happening at Northwest, though, so take a peek at this newsletter with all the events and activities for the next six weeks. This issue of theUNIverse honors our Perry Johnson volunteer award winner, introduces our new members (with photos!), tells all about our youth group’s trip to Boston and much more!

Our next UNIverse will also cover a six week period (August 16-September 30). If you have information you want included in that issue, please submit your notice by August 1.

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Northwest UUC June 2014 UNIverse

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Happy Summer! This month’s UNIverse has information on fair trade, blessing the animals, welcoming new members of all ages, the congregational meeting on June 15 and, of course, the annual out-gathering potluck! Even as your summer plans take you away from Atlanta, you can stay in touch with your friends and the activities at Northwest.

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Northwest UUC May 2014 UNIverse

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Lots to do this month at Northwest! This month’s UNIverse has information on upcoming Board Forums, the congregational meeting (you are going, aren’t you?), feedback on the two-service experiment and lots of options for ways to connect with other UUs this summer. Take a look!

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Northwest UUC April 2014 UNIverse

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Things are hopping at Northwest in April! This month’s UNIverse is sure to intrigue you with new discussion groups, volunteer opportunities and ways to meet other UUs around town and across the country.

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