Christmas falls on a Sunday this year, and we will have an intimate worship service at the usual time. Join us for a Unitarian Universalist Christmas celebration featuring special music, readings, and plenty of warm conviviality. There will not be children’s spiritual exploration programming this … read more.
We share in the hope of Christmas with story, music, and candlelight and reflect on the power of love and wonder to transform the world.
4:30PM Our early service is designed especially for families with young children. We will share a Christmas story, sing … read more.
We will share the Christian Nativity Story in our annual “No Rehearsal Christmas Pageant.” People of all ages are encouraged to come in costume as angels, shepherds, or wise Unitarian Universalists. All roles are gender neutral. Join us as we celebrate the sacredness and wonder … read more.
Reverend Simon Ruth de Voil is an ordained interfaith/interspiritual minister, trained to be a sacred presence outside the conventions of traditional religion. As a sacred musician, spiritual mentor and worship leader he incorporates chant, ritual, poetry, storytelling, and mindful practice to create a space for … read more.
We are part of the mysterious rhythms of nature and of cosmic forces at times beyond our understanding. Let us marvel together at our place in this great and wondrous mystery.
At this time of holiday feasts and gatherings, we will hear from farmers and chefs within our community as we reflect on the food we eat and grow, and how it can strengthen our connection to the earth, ourselves and each other.
This Sunday, we share in a pulpit exchange with the Old Meeting House in East Montpelier and welcome the Rev. Rameen Zahed to UCM’s pulpit.
The Good Samaritan is one of the most loved and well-known texts in the Christian Testament. It is so well … read more.
On the path of change, we sometimes change our minds. We think we have something figured out, and then something shifts. Slowly, or all of a sudden, we see the situation differently. We come to a different understanding. Can this kind of change enrich the … read more.
There are many ways to describe this immense time of change. It is a time of fracturing and fragmentation. It is a time of chaos and confusion. But, what if it is also a time of preparing for the change we dream about – a … read more.
In our annual service of remembrance, we pause to remember our loved ones who have died. We light candles and offer music in their memory and honor those whose memory and love we carry with us. Music provided by Carolyn’s Angel Band.