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Welcome to The U!

You are welcome to bring your full self here.

From pathways to membership, care team ministry, and covenant groups we’ll help you feel a part of our community.

Our Ministers

Our congregation was founded in 1897 by a group of women seeking liberal religious education for their children and has a history of long-term settled ministry.
Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael

Senior Co-Minister

Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael

Central to Rev. Anya's current ministry is the honest confrontation necessary to dismantle white supremacy, xenophobia, homophobia, transphobia, and sexism.

Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael

Senior Co-Minister

Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael

A "Religious, Naturalist Mystic," Rev Scott strives to embody service to our holy mission to build Beloved Community, together, in covenant.

Until we meet again, virtually or otherwise, you are in our hearts.

Narrative Freedom

Narrative Freedom

January 29, 2023

"Narrative Freedom"- led by the Rev. Andrée Cornelia Mol, guest minister. Author Thomas King writes: “The truth about stories is that’s all we are.” Yet, not all of us have the freedom to tell our own stories. If we are to honor each other and our interdependence, if we are to allow for a responsible search for truth and meaning, we need to create space for each person to own their own narrative. Using examples from popular culture as well as recent events, specifically events related to the continued fight for trans rights, we’ll explore the power of personal narrative, and the power-struggle behind narrative that exists for those of us on the margins.

Journey to the Center of Our History

Journey to the Center of Our History

January 22, 2023

“Journey to the center of our history” — led by Ministerial Intern Sabrina Trupia. When we think of UU history, who are the main "heroes" that come to mind? Are they the usual suspects, Thoreau, Emerson...Ballou, or can we dig deeper to find the key to our UU present (and future) by looking at who we center in our Unitarian and Universalist past?

The Time is Always Right to Do What is Right

The Time is Always Right to Do What is Right

January 15, 2023

“The Time is Always Right to Do What is Right” — led by the Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael, senior co-minister. Dr. King used his time wisely, doing what was right, not when it was convenient, but when it was necessary. The Friends of the Howe House have learned that doing what is right is an urgent demand that only a coalition joined in a network of mutuality can fulfill.

Molly, UUCM Religious Education graduate

I am proud to have grown up in this congregation. I learned here to become a compassionate and passionate advocate for social justice on all fronts.

Join us as we counter white supremacy, fight climate change, protect voting rights, witness border injustices, and more.

Undoing Racism Team

Undoing Racism Team

Our goal is to work with our congregation and the wider community to develop, strengthen and act upon anti-racist, multicultural perspectives

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Out Front

Out Front

An open and affirming group committed to the promotion of a positive image for the LGBTQIA community and a supportive environment for LGBTQIA individuals, friends, and family.

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