Author: Meredith Warner
Greetings Members and Friends of UCM,
At December’s board meeting, Financial Officer Fran Dodd led the board through her initial review of the church’s financial procedures. This type of review has not occurred in many years and is well-timed with the retirement of our congregational administrator, … read more.
You remember the kids’ hand game and rhyme:
Here’s the church and there’s the steeple.
Open the door and see all the people.
Your UCM Board thinks a lot about “the people”, i.e. our congregation. Like we did at our monthly meeting the evening of Nov. … read more.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our first ever hybrid Annual Meeting, held both in our Sanctuary and on Zoom. The Governing Board is so thankful for everyone’s patience and good humor as we switched between formats in our discussions. We are also grateful … read more.
For the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Unitarian Church of Montpelier (click here to read the full 2021-2022 Annual Report – edited on 5/19 to include page numbers)
To be held on Sunday May 22, 2022 at 11am in the Sanctuary and via live video … read more.
Dear UCM Members and Friends,
On behalf of the UCM Governing Board, we invite you to a Special Congregational Meeting on Sunday, February 13, 2022. The meeting will be conducted via ZOOM and will begin at approximately 11:00 am, immediately after the 10:00 am Sunday Service. … read more.
Dear UCM Congregation,
Thanks to all who participated in the UCM Reopening Survey in December which focused on the Covid pandemic and how we may best respond as a congregation.
The survey was intended to provide information at this particular crossroads, and to try to understand … read more.
You are invited to join the UCM Worship Team in celebrating the December holidays with our church community. We are offering ways to be together outdoors & in-person and also virtually. Thank you for sharing in the holiday spirit of love, joy, hope, and community!
… read more.
The new church year has begun and we are still living, working and adapting under this global pandemic. It is hard to start another church year not being able to meet in person in our Sanctuary. The strain of isolation, fear and the innumerable … read more.