Our congregation has a history rich with people and programs that have made a real difference in the life of Montclair and the surrounding communities. As UUCM was first chartered on Feb 19, 1897, we will examine some of the leading lights from UUCM's past.
"The King Has Another Move"— led by the Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael, senior co-minister. Let us have an audacity of hope. What we mistake for a period is only a comma.
Working with our youth, we discern sustainability for our congregation at the intersection of scarcity and abundance and we celebrate the incredible blessing of coming together across diversity, to build something that surpasses each of our wants and needs.
“Liberating Education” — led by the Rev. Charles Loflin, affiliated community minister. Our service will flow between two areas of focus: the commitment to liberate education from a partisan agenda, and the commitment of our congregation to offer a liberating education to all ages.
Our senses - touch, taste, smell, hearing, and seeing - liberate us from isolation. This service celebrates the senses and helps us utilize them as we pursue our beloved community.
"Where Do We Go From Here?" — led by the Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael, senior co-minister. Join us for MLK Sunday, where Rev Scott will share from Dr King's text Where Do We Go From Here? and move to ask us, considering all the struggle and strife in our world, Where do We go from Here?