As the planetary climate grows warmer and weather extremes become more common, we cannot deny the impact of human activity on the earth. Deep transformation is needed to address this planetary crisis which we now feel very close to home. With the Jewish season of repentance as a guide, we will explore what it could mean to face the ways we have failed to care for the planet and turn toward a renewal of kinship and collective stewardship. Music will be provided by the UCM Choir, joined by members of the Montpelier Flood Choir, singing Requiem by Eliza Gilkyson.
Regular worship services resume on Sunday, September 10. For the next three Sundays, we will hold our morning worship service and spiritual exploration programs at the North Branch Nature Center in Montpelier. Worship will begin at 9:30am. (Please note the earlier start time.) Given limited seating capacity, we ask that you sign up in advance to let us know you are attending. More information about parking, etc. is available here.
We will also have the option to join worship remotely on Zoom. Just use the following link or meeting information. Click here to join by Zoom Meeting ID: 932 4118 6352 Passcode: 833784