Services

Singing Bowls

“A Summer of Music” Appreciation of music in many forms and expression. This summer we will explore some of the aspects of music’s universal spirituality. People often say the “music is the thing that gets me through.”  Hopefully, we will experience and learn more about music’s inclusive and mood affirming nature, how musical expression supports … Continued

Fathers Come Forth

This Sunday is Father’s Day and less celebrated than Mother’s Day in May. We will hear fathers from different generations speak to the joys and challenges of fatherhood in a turbulent age. LISTEN:  

Drums

“A Summer of Music” Appreciation of music in many forms and expression. This summer we will explore some of the aspects of music’s universal spirituality. People often say the “music is the thing that gets me through.”  Hopefully, we will experience and learn more about music’s inclusive and mood affirming nature, how musical expression supports … Continued

The Source That is Reason

Religious humanism has been a vital part of the UU world for nearly a century. How does this Fifth Source help us understand the world with reason and rationality? LISTEN:

The UU First Principle

Please join us for a reflection on the UU First Principle, which affirms the inherent worth and dignity of each person. LISTEN:

Our Last Best Act

Planning for the end of our lives is important in this time of climate crisis to protect the people and places we love. The service will have reflections on the new model of ‘green burial’ from Barb Newcamp, Amelia Carr, and Sue Mallick. LISTEN:

The Source that is Earth, Sky, and All

The Sixth Source speaks to the interdependence of all things. How do we continue to show UUCM as an expression of the Sixth Source? LISTEN:

The Other Mother’s Days

Many of us have complex relationships with our mothers; some of us never had children. It can be an awkward holiday. Are there other types of Mother’s Day observances we can honor along with motherhood? Hint: it involves plants. LISTEN:

Surfing

I don’t surf, myself.  It seems too cold and too wet.  But surfing might serve as a guide for how to navigate the ups and downs of life, especially when they are not what we want them to be. LISTEN: