Goods and service providers in alignment with the principles LCUUC ascribes to:
The Volunteers of Lake Country "Garden for Good" is a new kind of community garden. The garden is cared for by community volunteers, and all the produce is donated to area food banks and kitchens. The garden is also a demonstration garden for organic gardening and the "double digging" method for increasing the amount of plantings per square foot. Located on the grounds of LCUUC.
World of Good creates opportunities for hundreds of artisan cooperatives around the world to share their best work with you by serving as a bridge to the U.S. retail market. World of Good respectfully assists artisans by providing access to fair wages, safe working conditions and long-term economic sustainability.
Global Exchange/Fair Trade Affiliate Online Store implements the principles of socially and economically responsible business by operating according to Fair Trade Criteria. So you can shop here knowing that the products you choose are sweatshop-free.
Shop "amazon.com" and LCUUC receives a percentage of your purchases! Just click on the image above.
For more information concerning our religion, please visit the website of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), or the Central MidWest District (CMWD) of the UUA, or the SouthEastern Wisconsin UU Council (SEWUUC) of the CMWD.
The online version of the UUA's bi-monthly magazine can be read at UU World.
The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) is a charitable organization organized independently from the UUA. Many individual Unitarian Universalists contribute to the UUSC.
The UU Church of Nashua New Hampshire has posted answers to the 100 Questions that Non-Members Ask About Unitarian Universalism. If you like this text, we recommend you buy the book by the same title from the UUA.Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA)
Standing on the Side of Love is a public advocacy campaign that seeks to harness love’s power to stop oppression. It is sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Association and all are welcomed to join. In public debates over immigration, LGBT rights, and more, religious people stand on the side of love and call for respect, inclusion, and compassion.
Other UU Churches
We have two neighboring UU churches in Waukesha County:
Brookfield • Unitarian Universalist Church West
The Rev. Joyce Palmer, Asst. Minister
Waukesha • United Unitarian Universalist Congregation
The Rev. Schuyler Vogel
506 N. Washington Avenue,Waukesha, WI 53188
For information on other UU churches in our district, go to the Central MidWest District (CMWD) of the UUA, or, for southeastern Wisconsin, to the SouthEastern Wisconsin UU Council (SEWUUC) of the CMWD.