What does it mean to be in relationship with the Earth in this time of climate crisis and transformation? How can we deepen our commitment to making this Earth a sustainable home for all?
Speaker: Rev. Joan Javier-Duval
Trust is the mortar of our relationships, necessary for keeping us together. Yet, building and keeping trust in our relationships isn’t always easy. How might we courageously connect and cultivate trust with others?
On our annual Flower Communion Sunday, we celebrate the playfulness and delight available to us in the natural world and in community with one another. Rev. Joan will share a reflection ahead of her sabbatical, and we also celebrate our time this past church year … read more.
Join us for our annual worship service that celebrates the learning and connections of this year’s Lifespan Spiritual Exploration programming for children, youth and adults. We’ll create space for contemplation of where we’ve each come in our own spiritual journeys due to the changes brought … read more.
During this Sunday’s service, we welcome Pastor Steven Tendo, a Ugandan pastor now living in central Vermont, in sharing his story of defending human rights, being held in the U.S. detention and deportation system, and seeking freedom. Pastor Tendo is being supported locally by the … read more.
Sixty years ago this month the American Unitarian Association and Universalist Church of America officially consolidated to form the Unitarian Universalist Association. As we mark this anniversary, let us consider the origin stories that shape who we are as a a faith movement and the … read more.
On this first Sunday of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we will delve into “story” as a part of the Asian American experience. These stories have often been invisible in U.S. culture and in majority-white faith communities. Recent events have elevated Asian American experiences and stories … read more.
What does it mean to become “fully formed” as a spiritual person? Is this even possible? How does Unitarian Universalist theology and practice support this process of religious and spiritual “becoming”? This Sunday, we welcome the newest members to join the Unitarian Church of Montpelier.
For many of us, becoming our “best selves” is an ongoing goal towards which we strive in our day to day lives. Does “becoming” always have to involve striving? What wisdom can be found in the tension between striving and surrender? In this service, we … read more.