Sunday, May 7, Adult Conversation Circles, facilitated by Rev. Jennifer, will be a discussion on racism and the challenges we face as we try to move toward greater pluralism. This discussion will also address the resignation of Rev. Peter Morales from the UUA.
Sunday, May 7 at 10:30 am
Children & Youth Sunday
Our senior youth group will assist in leading worship, there will be a children's naming and dedication, and our high school seniors will be bridging. Come celebrate and support the next generation of Unitarian Universalists!
Saturday, May 20 at 2 pm
ALL are invited to celebrate love in all of its forms with
opportunities to participate in faux-weddings, and/or genuinely renew your vows. Dress up in your fancy clothes, help us take pictures to promote our space, and enjoy some wedding cake.
Flower Communion is a beloved Unitarian Universalist tradition. We invite all to bring flowers - from your garden or field, from the forest or a florist - and come together to share in community our bounty of Spring and to show our willingness to walk together in our search for our own
Member Recognition Sunday is the day when we honor some of our dedicated volunteers and leaders in our congregation,
introduce and celebrate our newest members, and give thanks to our entire community of members, seekers, and friends.
CALL TO ACTION: ASYLUM-SEEKERS ARE WELCOME HERE
Would you (or you and your whole family!) like to mentor and befriend an individual or family who is new to the U.S.? The next phase of our New Mainer Faith In Action initiative is to match our congregants closely with New Mainers who need an American friend - someone to reach out to with questions, concerns and celebrations!
If you were able to participate in the Turning Point discussions on Sunday mornings this year, please consider giving your feedback regarding the group. All responses will be anonymous and the survey takes less than 5 minutes to complete. Thank you!
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in North Yarmouth, one of our partners in the Compassionate Housing Initiative, invite all to meet for an interfaith prayer service on Thursday, May 4 from 6-6:30 pm in observance of the National Day of Prayer.
The UUPCC is offering
two pilgrimages to Transylvania in 2017: August 16-29 and September 16-28. Both are intended to be more budget friendly than previous Transylvanian trips.
First Universalist services and event cancellations are announced by 7am on our website and on WCSH Channel 6 (television station).
If you are experiencing a crisis, including needing a hospital visit, you may call Rev. Jennifer on her cellphone: 207.356.1467 any time. Please note that Friday and Saturdays are typically her days off - Rev. Jennifer does not check email on these days, but will answer any crisis or emergency calls.
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