for the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Santa Cruz County

The Caring Connection serves the mission of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Santa Cruz County and its commitment to our Unitarian Universalist principles to:

  • Nurture the interdependent web of life
  • Affirm and promote the inherit worth and dignity of every person
  • Support spiritual growth and the search for meaning
  • Increase compassion in human relations

We aim to promote generosity (the ability to give and to receive) within our congregation through providing short-term aid and comfort to Members and Friends who are experiencing illness, temporary disability or personal loss.

Caring Connection Request Form

If you are in a place in your life where you need a little extra support, please use this form to let us know what short-term assistance you are requesting – or to alert us to the needs of another member – and provide your name and contact information. It will be forwarded to the Caring Connection Team and you will be contacted shortly. Every effort will be made to respond as quickly as possible, but please remember this is a volunteer effort and depends on volunteer availability.  Click here to access form.

Caring Connection Volunteer Sign-up

If you are willing to volunteer to help out in the congregation, please fill out this form. A member of the Caring Connection Team will be in touch with you soon to discuss your availability and preferences. Click here to access form.

Caring Connection Team

Reggie McLain – Volunteer Coordinator
Devi Tong – Back-up Coordinator
Jenni Hunter
Bonnie McDonald
Helen Oxley