Founded in 1993, James Reeb Unitarian Universalist Congregation (JRUUC) is comprised of 100+ members. JRUUC is known for its "depth-of-heart," accepting and welcoming people for who they are. Please come check us out!
Welcome to JRUUC
Multigenerational groups of Members and Friends of JRUUC recently served the community in the following ways:
- built a garden for the children in Religious Education to tend
- fixed bikes, sharing both tools and knowledge
- helped out at the Occupy Madison Tiny Home Village
- picked up trash on the playing field
- created Teacher Appreciation gifts
Thanks go to the Peace, Justice, and Sustainablity Group (PJS) for helping coordinate the events!
See our News page for more announcements.
This month's theme is anger, so our check-in question is: What role has anger played in your life?
There are plenty of opportunities to connect coming up!
Read the entire February...
As you can read in the January 2016 East Breeze Newsletter, you'll see that the January theme is Courage!
Each year we put up a Giving Tree in our lobby and choose a recipient for gifts from the Congregation. This year the recipients will be the men and women in the Dane County Jail.