Other Social Concerns & Additional Opportunities to Get Involved
In addition to UUCO Ministries, there are other ways for anyone interested in UUCO to become involved. Below are a few opportunities that may be of interest.
No matter your age, musical preference, or level of skill, the UUCO Choir is a fun, creative, and highly engaging place to share one's love of music and individual musical skill.
If you are interested in learning more or becoming a member of the UUCO Choir, click here to contact the leader of the UUCO Choir.
UUCO Joys and Concerns Grapevine
The UUCO Joys and Concerns Grapevine is a sub-committee of UUCO Membership, which is chaired by the UUCO Membership Trustee. This committee is made up of UUCO congregational members dedicated to meeting the immediate needs of UUCO members, attendees, and friends in times of need. Examples of member activities include organizing meal trains and/or providing meals, sending flowers, sending cards, and seeing to the general needs of individuals and families during times or illness, loss of loved ones, births or any other life changing or high stress events.
If you are interested in learning more or becoming a member of the UUCO Compassion Ministry, click here to contact Sandra Moss, Office Administrator.
Interfaith Compassion Ministry (ICM)
Interfaith Compassion Ministry (ICM) is a group of local religious organizations whose members screen clients in the Oxford-Lafayette community for financial aide. UUCO provides at least annual assistance by donating funds collected from Give-Away-the-Plates and other pre-determined and budgeted amounts as needed.
For additional information about UUCO contributions to ICM, click here to contact Sandra Moss, UUCO Staffer.