Category: Religious Education
Updated February 2019
March Mystery Madness is a playful way our congregation connects with one another toward the end of winter. This year, 2019, will be the 8th year for this much-anticipated multi-generational game. Please join us in this guessing game. It is a fun and easy way … read more.
Notes from the Executive Team
Two Services Developments
Thank you to all who participated in the February 11 Forum on Two Services following our month-long exploration in January and to all who completed the survey to share your feedback. The Executive Team has carefully considered the best … read more.
Thank you to the 65 people who participated in an “RE Envisioning Conversation” at the end of October/beginning of November and who submitted their thoughts online. In all three sessions, people shared deeply about their own spiritual journeys, what has been meaningful to them … read more.
Hints for Children, Family Members and Other Congregants
People of all ages belong in our faith community. When we worship together it can be an enriching experience for all. We want every person to feel welcome, comfortable, loved, and respected within our … read more.
“Honor the space between no longer and not yet.” Nancy Levin
Dear UCM members and friends,
As many of you know, UCM has been in a transition process with our religious education program and staffing since the retirement of former Director of Religious Education, Sally Armstrong, at … read more.
One of my least favorite things to do is to ask for volunteers, but we absolutely need volunteers to make our church function. Here are a few things I learned about volunteering from our Lay Pastoral Ministries Chairperson.
#1…Volunteering should be fun or enriching. Don’t … read more.
Click the link below to access the Teacher Orientation Materials
During the installation of our minister Rev. Joan Javier-Duval a charge from the children was read by one of our sixth graders. The charge was written by our Director of Religious Education with help from the children of our spiritual community.