Upcoming Services

Join us for Worship
Worship will be live online at https://www.facebook.com/uumontclair/live
Sundays at 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’.
–To navigate our videos and live streams on Facebook, click on the “More” option where you will see a button for Video and Live.
–Videos 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.

Need Closed Captioning? There are apps available for iPhone (https://otter.ai/login) and Android (https://www.android.com/accessibility/live-transcribe/

November 29, 2020
“All Will Be Well”
Intern Minister Antonia Bell-Delgado
In a time where things feel decidedly not well how do we live into the hope that things will improve? This service will explore how move toward healing from a place of uncertainty and lamentation.

December 6, 2020
“Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning”
Rev. Anya & Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael
We, in the words of Nelson Mandela “dare not linger, for our long walk is not yet ended.”

December 13, 2020
“Carriers of the Light”
Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael & Director of Religious Education Judith Hogan

December 20, 2020
“Light Emerges From the Darkness”  (10:00 AM)
Intern Minister Antonia Bell-Delgado and UUCM Sacred Wheel CUUPs
Winter Solstice Celebration (7:30 PM)
UUCM Sacred Wheel CUUPs

December 24, 2020
Christmas Eve
Rev. Anya & Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael
A Resharing of Our Holiday Pageant (4:00 PM)
Our Candlelight Christmas Eve: “Go Tell It On the Mountain” (7:00 PM)
Our candlelight Christmas Eve, based on a “Lessons and Carols” format

December 27, 2020
“Stillness Comes”
Rev. Anya and Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael
Stillness comes, sometimes without our planning. It settles in and steals us from urgency at the point when we can go no further – when we are too tired to go on. In this service, we embrace stillness, planned or necessitated by our living.