Blue Jean Sunday

Blue Jean Sunday is coming on April 9, 2017! Blue Jean Sunday is our day to wear blue jeans to service and then stay to give an hour and a half of our precious time helping to make UUCM and its grounds really sparkle. This is an annual event and it allows all of us of every age and capability to work together on projects that include raking leaves, weeding, pruning, small paint jobs, cleaning pews and windows AND feeding all our bUUsy bees a delicious, nutritious lunch.

Here is how it works: Sign up at Coffee Hour during Sundays in March. Just sign up and come to Fletcher Hall on BJS (with the tools that you have brought for your project), and you will be given instructions on how to proceed. Persons of all ages are encouraged to participate, but young children must be accompanied by an adult who will work with the child. All consumable materials required will be furnished, but each person should bring their own tools if tools are required for the project of choice.

We need volunteers to help feed the workers on Blue Jean Sunday. We need crock pots of soup, chili, stews, and desserts. We also need people to help set-up, serve and clean the kitchen. If you can help please contact Claudia Sanders and Laura Kushner.

Blue Jean Sunday is sponsored by the Religious Education Program and the work projects are organized by the Buildings and Grounds Committee. This is a really fun event, so let us know that you’re coming so that we can plan adequately. Let’s don our blue jeans and join in to make UU Montclair and its grounds dazzle!

Click here to request more information on Blue Jean Sunday.