When I moved to Central Vermont in 2017 from Salt Lake City, Utah, everything I encountered seemed smaller than it had been ‘out west’ … the roads, the businesses, the people, the cars, the houses, even the serving sizes of food at restaurants … until … read more.
Author: Kim Ward
It’s that time of year again, The Clarke Lecture Series is starting again.
Come to these Evenings! Dinner and Entertainment!
Three Delicious Vegetarian Meals (6:00 pm)
Prepared by Chef Albert Sabatini
Series of 3 Dinners for $50 or $20 Each
Followed by Free Slide Shows
Saturday, January 19
“Avoiding Cardinal Sins: … read more.
Our Flower Garden (Summer)
An opportunity awaits you this summer if you are a person who likes to be part of a team and likes to garden. Our UCM gardens are maintained by each person taking a week to stop by and water, (the hose is … read more.
Growth & Facilities Task Force (GFTF) has developed an extensive inventory that identifies numerous long-range physical space needs of the congregation. We gathered input from the Board, committees, and staff, as well as UCM members, professionals, and experts, in accordance with assigned responsibilities.
The GFTF is … read more.
UCM Second Annual Camping Trip
Come camping with us (or come just for the day)! The second annual UCM camping trip will be at Kettle Pond State Park the weekend of July 20- 22nd. We currently have four lean-tos still available of the sixteen that we have reserved … read more.
Reserve Now: Clarke Lecture Dinner Tickets Are a Bargain!
Enjoy three delicious vegetarian dinners for just $40! All dinners
will be followed by an engaging speaker and slide presentation. The
evenings (third Saturday in January, February, and March) begin with
hot cider … read more.
A Christmas Pageant is usually the retelling of the biblical nativity story. It differs from a play in that it is generally a procession with limited, if any, dialog. The story is usually told by a narrator with actors portraying the various parts. Since … read more.
Dear UCM members and friends,
We hope you continue to enjoy a season full of thanksgiving and receiving!
The board has been learning about its roles and responsibilities working closely with the ET, Stewardship, and Finance Committees.
We are also reading and discussing the Dan Hotchkiss book, … read more.
I know that many of your hearts are bruised and broken this week. Though we cannot assume that we all voted the same way or see through the same political lens, we have all been through a contentious election season and have … read more.
The ET met twice a month with the church professional staff as a full Management Team (MT). Focusing on the UCM Strategic Plan, we established our priorities for the year, which include providing support and guidance for church committees in their efforts to advance Strategic … read more.