Community thanksgiving service

Tuesday, November 21, 7 p.m. 
St. Michael's Catholic Church
3430 St. Michaels Blvd., Canton
(NE Corner of Fulton and Whipple)
17 different religious institutions participating

class: Articulating your UU Faith

Learn how to communicate your faith -- whether or not you are  already a UU. This series will allow you to personally reflect, role play and improve how you communicate your liberal beliefs.  

The group will meet on four Sundays to cover a curriculum, “Articulating Your UU Faith,” co-authored by two UU ministers.

Leaders are:

Nov. 5: Rev. Beth Marshall

Nov. 19: Deb Chaney, commissioned lay minister

Dec. 3: Rev. Beth Marshall

Dec. 17: Dianne Digianantonio 

Donate Paperback Books for Stark County Jail We still could use a few more books to round out our donation including westerns, mysteries and adventures, GED test preps, yoga and exercise and history. All books must be paperback and may not include content of a strong sexual nature.

Donate Paperback Books for
Stark County Jail

We still could use a few more books to round out our donation including westerns, mysteries and adventures, GED test preps, yoga and exercise and history. All books must be paperback and may not include content of a strong sexual nature.

UUCGC Online Calendar

Calling for More Diversity in Toys for our Nursery

As you shop this holiday season, look for toys and books that feature a variety of ethnicities, cultures and skin colors. Our children come from many backgrounds and we want their toys to represent many peoples.

UUCGC participates in a yearly interfaith Thanksgiving service with multiple churches and faith communities. This is a service where all faith communities come together to share their traditions and celebrate Thanksgiving. We are all welcomed to the evening service in November, where Deb Chaney, Commissioned Lay Minister, will represent UUCGC by participating in this moving service.  The interfaith Thanksgiving service provides food baskets for families in need at the holidays.  The interfaith group asked our congregation to collect boxed stuffing, any kind. Each church community is contributing to the food baskets which will be distributed to Canton families in December.  We are part of making holiday gatherings special for local families.  This link explains all details about  the process, history, and the need for volunteers to sort and pack, which we may be interested in. http://www.thanksgivingbasketscanton.org/ We will need to drop off the stuffing we collect November 6 or November 8, between 10-11am at St Paul's Episcopal  Church, 425 Cleveland Ave SW, Canton.  

Community Holiday Food Baskets

UUCGC participates in a yearly interfaith Thanksgiving service with multiple churches and faith communities. This is a service where all faith communities come together to share their traditions and celebrate Thanksgiving.

All are invited to the evening service on Tuesday, November 21, at St. Michael's Catholic Church, where Deb Chaney, Commissioned Lay Minister, will represent UUCGC by participating in this moving service. 

The interfaith Thanksgiving service provides food baskets for families in need at the holidays. 

The interfaith group asked our congregation to collect boxed stuffing, any kind. Each church community is contributing to the food baskets which will be distributed to Canton families in December.