Principled and Purposeful! What does it mean to be UU in these times? – July 3, 2022 – Rev. Kevin Tarsa

We launch our summer theme – asking what our Unitarian Universalist Principles ask of us – by asking what it means to be Unitarian Universalist in these times. And how and why does being UU matter? Freshly informed by the gatherings of UU Ministers and UU members from across the country just one week earlier, we’ll look ahead with principles and with purpose for the spiritual center of this tradition.

Music in the Valley – June 12, 2022 – Jordan Thomas-Rose and UUCM Musicians

This year’s annual music service not only celebrates the gifts and blessings of music, it also celebrates the gifts and blessings that UUCM Music Director, Jordan Thomas-Rose has been to UUCM. Jordan’s role at UUM will conclude at the end of June. Come, let your heart be blessed by the tenor and tunes of our wonderful UUCM musicians, and come, let your heart bless Jordan as he turns to the next portion of his journey.

Soup’s On – May 22, 2022 – Rev. Kevin Tarsa

Rev. Mary Katherine Morn writes, “We are here together to borrow courage for the task of coming alive.” On this day of UUCM’s annual meeting, anchored in the metaphor of stone soup, we look for truth, beauty, goodness, and courage in community. 

Mayday! Mayday! – May 1, 2022 – Beth Karow

One of our unique UU rituals is the Flower Ceremony, created almost 100 years ago in Czechoslovakia. This week, as we enter our new theme of Nurturing Beauty, we celebrate Beltane and May Day with a special flower ceremony. Come, let’s help each other find beauty.