Share the Plate for July 21st will be Women Called Moses. Women Called Moses was created to be an underground railroad for victims of domestic violence. They seek to prevent and end the cycle of violence against women. Learn more at www.wcmcares.org. You may write a check to Horizon with Women Called Moses on the memo line any time in the month of July. Thank you for your support of TX UU Justice Ministry in June, we raised $3,039!
Equip 2019: UU Tools to Teach, Serve, & Lead - NTUUC’s annual training event for UU volunteers will be held Saturday, August 10th. Click here for details and free registration.
The Worthy Now Workshop about the prison industrial complex was a call to action. Find out how you can participate at https://worthynow.org/. You are encouraged to view the film “13th” with a friend. Also, NTUUC will match the first $5,000 contributed by North Texans. Donate directly online and put “NTUUC match” in the comments box.
Horizon is part of the Northwest Cluster of Faith In Texas (FiT), an interfaith community organizing movement. Our membership in FiT is a commitment to be in partnership and solidarity with others, to learn from the lived experience of people of different backgrounds, and to take action to change systemic problems in our community. Visit our Faith In Texas page to learn more.
Horizon Community Garden, support of Metrocrest Services, the sale of Equal Exchange Fair Trade in our bookstore, and monthly Share The Plate collections are our on-going service opportunities found on the Serve page.
Horizon Community Garden news, volunteer opportunities and bed adoption information are on the Community Garden page.
Horizon members are active and participate in many causes as individuals. We share what we’re doing on our Horizon Vision and Values Facebook group page. We invite you to meet us at Horizon on Sunday or at another event and let us know you’d like to join the group.