As we shelter in place, we have more opportunities to focus our attention on the natural world that is closest to us and our love for the Earth we inhabit. Fifty years after the first Earth Day, how do we continue to love, honor and … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Joan Javier-Duval
What meaning can we draw from Easter’s perennial themes of death, life, resurrection, and hope? Our worship team will be assembling online from our homes to offer a worship service that includes music and song, a time for all ages, meditation and prayer, and reflections … read more.
Palm Sunday and Passover remind us of the powerful messages within Christianity and Judaism that emerged in times of crisis. Crises can reveal who is undervalued and disregarded and also the power of community to hold fast to dignity and justice. How might we direct … read more.
How do we find solid ground when the ground beneath us is shifting and unsteady? What practices keep us centered in times of uncertainty?
Our worship team will be assembling online from our homes to offer a worship service that includes music and song, a time … read more.
What does wise living mean in a time of uncertainty? How do we draw upon sources of wisdom to face the unknown?
A live stream of the service will be available for viewing beginning at 10AM. Look for the Facebook feed on the church home page … read more.
Our love is powerful and takes many forms. Love fuels our relationships. Love moves us to take action in solidarity with other people and the planet. Love guides our ministry as a religious community. Love also guides how we direct our financial resources to … read more.
Mental health and illness touches us all. Whether it is ourselves or someone we know and love, the reality of our lives is often shaped by mental illness and disability. Even so, these experiences can be hidden and isolating. How can we cultivate our … read more.
Resilience requires an acknowledgment of our interdependence, and interdependence is core to our Unitarian Universalist theology. In this service, we explore the theological grounding for our practice of leaning on one another when times are tough.
9AM: Small Choir of Montpelier Community Gospel Choir
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Being spiritually resilient takes practice. During this Black History Month, we will highlight the lives and practices of Black Unitarian Universalists who demonstrate how we can all be resilient.
9AM: Linda Radtke, vocals
11AM: UCM Choir
9am and 11am: Multigenerational Worship Service (Nursery care … read more.
What lessons can we learn from nature about resilience and adaptation in this time of turbulent change? What would it mean to see ourselves as part of a larger movement of resilient flourishing?
9AM: UCM Choir
11AM: Bronwyn Fryer, guitar and vocals
9am … read more.