Upcoming Services

Join us for Worship
Worship will be live online
Summer Services run from June 28 to September 6, 2020 and will be held at 10:00 AM

–To watch, you can use your computer, either a desktop or laptop or tablet that can access the Internet.
–Use this link to navigate to our UUCM Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/uumontclair/live
–You do not need to log into Facebook, scroll down below the green ‘create new account’ button and press ‘Not Now’.
–Click on the word “Videos” on the left side of the page.
–The live Video will be the first option on the page.
–The Video will then remain on this page, so you and your family can watch at a time that is convenient for you.
–If you have a Facebook account that you use on your smart phone you can access the worship service on your phone.

Sunday, July 5, 2020
“The Color of Law”
Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael
Our Independence Day Weekend service examines systemic racism. Many appeal to “The Rule of Law” in efforts to discourage people from protesting for their rights. But the Law has a bias, just like the human heart. Join Rev Scott as we explore how racist tyrannies like the Confederacy, Nazi Germany, and South Africa all perverted the Law to legitimize hatred.

July 12, 2020
“How to Light a Chalice”
Today’s service will be led by Rev. Robin Tanner and Rev. Emily Boggis of Beacon (UU Congregation in Summit)
Spiritual practice for Unitarian Universalists is often the experience of continuous revelation or evolution. Our spiritual practices have changed over these decades. What is the role today of spiritual practice as a UU? What sustains us?

July 19, 2020
Sunday Worship Service
Today’s service will be led by Rev. Alison Miller with Stearns Matthews of Morristown Unitarian Fellowship

July 26, 2020
“In This Together”
Today’s service will be led by Rev. Virginia Jarocha Earnst and Rev. Dr. Craig Rubano from the UU Congregation of Monmouth County
We are fairly new to co-ministry here in Monmouth County. As two very different ministers sharing one position, we have learned a few lessons about partnership—its beauty, fragility, power, and pitfalls. One thing is clear—partnership matters. What does a broader partnership mean to Unitarian Universalists these days? Does our theology really encourage collaboration? Can we survive without it?

August 2, 2020
“The Color Purple”
UUCM member Ghana Imani Hylton

August 9, 2020
“For All the Saints”
Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael
Seeing and Celebrating the Saintly in Us All

August 16, 2020
“Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc”
UUCM member Laura Anthony

August 23, 2020
“An Examined Faith”
Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael
Why Unitarian Universalism is a faith worthy of your commitment, and why it can lead us through these challenging times.

August 30, 2020
“A Living Faith”
Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael
Ours is a living tradition. Unitarian Universalism is nothing if not transforming. What have we learned in this time of challenge that will shape our becoming?

September 6, 2020
Sunday Worship Service
UUCM member Deb Ellis