The Listening Booth
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The Listening Booth

“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:...

We Have a Ministerial Intern for the 2022-2023 Program Year
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We Have a Ministerial Intern for the 2022-2023 Program Year

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...

Social Sin and Salvation
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Social Sin and Salvation

This services invites us to redefine Sin and Salvation in ways that speak to us as Unitarian Universalists, focusing on what they mean in a social context. Members of the autumn 2021 UUCM Great Works class who examined the book "A Theology for the Social Gospel" by Walter Rauschenbusch will join Rev Scott for this important work to become part of the Interfaith conversation to share our unique vision of what is wrong and what saves us.

How Lucky You Are
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How Lucky You Are

"How Lucky You Are" explores the truth that beliefs have consequences. Too many religious systems believe fantastical notions many people cannot grasp or explain.

Joy Comes Back
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Joy Comes Back

As we strive to thrive amid this global pandemic, joy teases us from every corner. Yet, joy lies there ... awaiting us to dance with it. And even though we may find it hard to embrace joy in the midst of so much uncertainty, how do we prepare to celebrate life and love when Joy Comes Back? How do we embrace the chances to invite joy more deeply into our hearts despite the state of the world?

The History We Are Making Together
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The History We Are Making Together

It is so easy to forget that in every moment we make choices that affect the history of our lives, our families, our communities. How do we assert our power with greater intention, making choices that have considered potential impacts on our posterity, in hopes that we will be deemed good ancestors by our descendants in the ages to come?