We bring our regular church year services to a close with our annual Flower Communion Sunday. All ages are invited to participate in the full worship service. Please bring a cut flower from home to share during this morning’s flower communion, or have one nearby if joining over Zoom, as we celebrate … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Joan Javier-Duval
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 will hear from participants across the lifespan reflecting on their own spiritual journeys over the past church year. We … read more.
This unfolding, changing life draws us towards beauty. How might we stay connected to the beauty that calls us forward in our process of becoming? Come to this service to join in celebrating graduating high school senior Sam Dean, who will be participating in our … read more.
Along the way, many of us take in harmful messages about our bodies. Can we learn to embrace the beauty of each and every body, including our own? During this Sunday’s service, we will welcome the newest members of the Unitarian Church of Montpelier.
The springtime holy days of Passover and Eastern remind us of the power of freedom and liberation. What in you yearns to be free? How do we awaken the liberation that we all seek?
On this Good Friday of the Christian liturgical calendar, Rev. Joan and the worship team will offer a Tenebrae-style service that invites us to sit with the difficult realities and suffering of the world before the arrival of resurrection and hope on Easter morning. This … read more.
Our full presence can awaken us to the abundance of what is here, now – the simple joys and the complex heartbreak. How can we cultivate a full presence and appreciation and gratitude in our wakefulness?
The last two years have offered many opportunities to awaken to what we might have easily ignored. We have experienced personal and collective awakenings. How do we stay awake to the callings of this moment?
We have held on together through more than two years of a pandemic. We are changed. Our church is changed. We emerge together into something not yet created putting our faith and hope in one another. Let us come together on this Stewardship Sunday with … read more.