Author: Kris McGrath

Notes from the Board – Oct. 2022

• We should expect a significant sprinkler system expense next month.

• The Birch school contract negotiations have been postponed.

• Due to reduced availability, food pickup will be every 3 weeks, with
less food provided.

• The required form for reserving the building for events is on … read more.

President’s Message – Oct. 2022

Welcome to October! Autumn is in the air and hopefully soon we can expect some crisp and cool Sunday mornings together.

As a small religious, spiritual institution, we value our time together on Sunday mornings, but it goes way beyond that. Many volunteers keep the … read more.

Members and Friends in Action

Letter to the Editor, Warwick Advertiser from Elizabeth Mehling 

 Consider this: Nobody calls first responders when they are having a good  day. 

First responders answer calls in the middle of the night and in the middle of  snowstorms. They have seen teenagers overdose in the bathroom, … read more.

Notes from the Board – Sept. 2022

• Garbage costs reduced due to  change in status. 

• Utilities costs have increased. 

• Dates for upcoming events selected  (see calendar) 

• Board liaisons to ministries selected. Bill Domanico will assume position of liaison to Birch School.

• Contract between UUCRT and Birch  School to be negotiated in Aug.

President’s Message – Sept. 2022

Acting President’s Message 

 Greetings to all members, friends and  visitors to the monthly newsletter of the  Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Rock  Tavern. My name is Bill Domanico, Acting  President of The Board of Trustees.  I have been with the Congregation since  2006 and a member since … read more.

Note from the Board – Summer 2022

The Board of Trustees of UUCRT is saddened to announce that Patrick O’Neill has resigned as President and board member.

Patrick wrote, “I no longer find myself aligned with certain directions of the congregation, and do not feel I can provide effective leadership in matters that … read more.

President’s Message – June 2022

It is too soon to proclaim “We have weathered  every storm” but our humble congregation has at  least survived “the slings and arrows of outrageous  fortune”. (It is best to not look up the rest of these  literary quotes). Despite the vast challenges of  economic … read more.