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.

October 4, 2020
“How to Survive the Apocalypse”
Rev. Anya & Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael
How do we survive the apocalypse? “First learn to listen; Not only for enemies around; Corners in hidden places; But for the faint footsteps
Of hope and the whispers of resistance” – From Rev. Sean Parker Dennison’s poem “How to Survive the Apocalypse”

October 4, 2020 (1:00 PM)
Virtual Animal Blessings
Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael
Virtually we will bless our pets and animal companions (note: stuffed animals are welcome!)

October 11, 2020
“Isolation to Innovation”
Rev. John Crestwell
In this message, Guest minister Rev. John Crestwell shares his vision for America and Unitarian Universalism boldly stating that we have entered a new age of truth and enlightenment.

October 18, 2020
“The Religious Left”
Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael
This is an auction sermon crafted with Rev Scott and auction winners David Lewis and Carolyn Burr.

October 25, 2020
“Children Will Listen”
Intern Minister Antonia Bell-Delgado
People say, “It isn’t what you say but what you do that matters.” This service will explore the importance of what we say, what we remain silent about, and the impact that it has on our children.

November 1, 2020
“Touching Possibility”
Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael
We are told that the hugging saint heals by hugging, Jesus by touching, and that the Red Sea parted only when touched by the toe of a Hebrew. How do we, in these strange times remain in contact with possibility? This is a pre-election service.