ENEWS: September 11, 2020

Ingathering Service- Worship Associate, Lou Gadol UUCH

Live event on Facebook! Video will be uploaded and available for view on YouTube at a later time.

waterPlease join us for our annual water ceremony. We will be adhering to all recommended social distancing requirements and will be taking extra precautions to sanitize the microphones between speakers. Please bring your own chairs/blankets and don’t forget your water!


A reminder that RE Youth (grades 6 and older) are invited to come out and help do light clean-up of our meditation trail followed by some fun water play. Physical distancing will be observed as we soak one another from afar in our very own water communion! (Rain date: 9/13 @ 1:30, we will announce via Enews and Facebook if event is moved or cancelled due to inclement weather by noon on the 12th).  Bring your own: buckets for creating distanced water stations, snacks, water for drinking, sunscreen, towel, mask, chair, water toys (squirt guns, balloons, etc.) Younger children are welcome with a parent. If you are interested in hosting or creating an event specifically for our younger age group please reach out to Jenn Hancock, jenn.hancock@mebtel.net

Stay tuned for details for our October RE event.

You can Vote!

UUCH is partnering with this organization’s Voting Rights Champion program which is is designed to help educate and empower voters in 2020! As a Champion, UUCH will receive materials to display and/or distribute at locations, and we’ll be listed on their Champions page. Together, we’ll help ensure all eligible NC citizens have what they need to register and vote. Want materials to display?  It’s easy, go to their website youcanvote.org, pick which materials you would like and email uuchnc@gmail.com with your request.

Davies Meal Train for September

Please click the link below to help the Davies out for this month. Thank you!


Board of Elections encourages voters to submit absentee requests early

Orange County voters interested in Absentee Voting By Mail are encouraged to make their request well before the deadline due to anticipated high demand, said Orange County Elections Director Rachel Raper.

All by-mail civilian absentee ballot requests must be submitted on the State Absentee Ballot Request form and must be signed by the voter or a near relative who is making a request on behalf of a voter. The form is available on the Orange County website (www.orangecountync.gov/1104/Absentee-Voting-By-Mail).

Requests may be mailed (PO Box 220, Hillsborough 27278), emailed (vote@orangecountync.gov), faxed (919-644-3318) or hand delivered to the Board of Elections office (208 S Cameron Street, Hillsborough).

Requests must be received by the BoE by 5 p.m. on the Tuesday before the election (Oct. 27). Postmarks do not qualify.

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