Any adult or teen is welcome to attend our Sunday Seminar, a part of our Religious Exploration (RE) program which meets Sundays 9:00-10:15 am in the Nichols Library. We are respectful, funny, and enthusiastic learners. Those who attend decide on the topics and present them to the group.
After the presentation everyone has an opportunity to reflect on it. The topics are quite varied and have included UU issues about economic justice, Radical Judaism, near-death experiences, the latest in particle physics, our different notions of God, and the collapse of the American empire.
This Sunday, June 20th, is our last seminar of the year. A time to review and plan. Please come with feedback about the year and especially topics for next fall. Gather at 8:45, start at 9. Love, Jack and Jay
Gather at 8:45, begin at 9 am.
We are a small, informal group exploring peace and understanding together. We always welcome newcomers. Our group meets every Monday night at 7:00 pm in the Nichols Library at Church. We share a brief reading, have a partly guided/partly silent meditation for 30-40 minutes and enjoy some quiet reflection and conversation afterward. We usually finish around 8:00 pm. All are welcome to join in. All you need to do is show up.
Not presently meeting due to Covid-19
UUCM's talented choir is lead by our Music Director Karen Gahagan. Through talent and dedication the UUCM choir adds a beautiful, complementary dimension to our Sunday Services.
UUCM's choir welcomes new members. If interested please contact our Music Director.
Small Group Ministries
Small Group Ministry (SGM) is designed to foster connection and caring, to provide an avenue for personal growth, and ultimately to strengthen the fabric of our community. Each group has six to nine members and meets once or twice a month. Meetings include personal sharing and discussion of a topic designed to nurture spiritual growth. Facilitators are chosen and trained by the minister to lead the groups. Each group chooses its meeting discussion topics. Examples include gratitude, forgiveness, living with loss, music, service to others, our mothers, and living with uncertainty.
Pastoral Care Associates
The Pastoral Care Associates (PCAs) are a group of 8-10 UUCM members appointed by the minister to be "listeners" to those who need to talk or be heard.
The PCAs provide this emotional and spiritual support to people during or after a challenging phase of life including illness, caring for another in need, a separation, or difficulty coping with life's challenges.
We also organize help in the form of meals and transportation via the UUCM on-line Caring Connection when members are in need.
We are most viable assisting the Minister during Sunday services. You can contact us through the Minister or directly. Tricia Sullivan and Jack Weltner are co-chairs.
UUCM has many opportunities to offer service in our church community and the greater community. There are many ways to join in, give back and help out.
Building & Grounds Clean-Up Days
Cooking/Serving at LifeBridge
Red Bow Fair
Web Design/Social Media
Religious Education/Youth Program
Caring Connection (Rides, Meals, etc)
Sunday Service Reader/Chalice Lighter
Over 60s Gang
Saturdays, July 10th & August 14th at 9:30 a.m.
Please contact Bill Smalley for more information.
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