This month of "Awakening" includes the coming of spring, when our natural world erupts in fervent beauty and blossom. Join us as we explore how to plant seeds that will yield blossoms of love, justice and beauty, knowing that our tending is what makes the garden of community rich and vibrant.
Author: Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael (Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael)
In the book of Acts, Paul and Silas are freed from prison by what seems like a miracle when the world is turned upside down. Join us as we explore how joy and justice can stop corrosion and destruction... now wouldn't that be a miracle! This is an Easter Sunday service though we will not forget to honor Passover and Ramadan. Also included in our service is a child dedication of a grandchild of the congregation.
Today’s service is called "Awakening the Power of Less" Here, during Lent and on the 3rd day of Ramadan, we will explore spiritual disciplines like Fasting and Simplicity. We will consider that perhaps Enlightenment is not necessarily the creation of a new state of affairs but engaging the richness of what already is. Rev Scott is joined by Markus and our awesome worship band, with songs led by Paul Lombardo and Juliana Carr. Ami Brabson returns to serve as Liturgist!
Join Rev Scott for a Pastoral exploration of the nature of faith. Faith is not about belief. It is instead a conviction, a confidence that we have searched hard to discover the truth, and have committed to living in accord with that awareness. How do we feel confident in the age of COVID, when so much we have known has been in flux for two years?
“How Lucky We Are!” Over the last few years many people have begun to wonder why so many of our fellow citizens fall prey to misinformation, believing all manner of conspiracy theories, strange tales divorced from reality, and outright lies. There are many answers as to why folks are ready to believe these things, including:...
BY REV. SCOTT SAMMLER-MICHAEL, SENIOR CO-MINISTER UUCM will continue its proud tradition as a Teaching Congregation nextyear when we bring on board Sabrina Trupia (they, them) as a one-year, full-time Ministerial Intern. Due to COVID, there were fewer applicants than we normally have. Fewer folks seemed willing to move or make big decisions during the...