I do not at all understand the mystery of grace - only that it meets us where we are but does not leave us where it found us.  ~ Anne Lamott

The winds of grace are always blowing, but you have to raise the sail.   ~ Ramakrishna



Native American Healing

Inviting Peace and Transformation into Your Life

On Saturday, May 14th, 2:30 to 4:30pm, Eileen Ellis, a full blooded Mohawk Indian Medicine Woman, will share her story about her practice of Native American Healing. You can find out more here.

Spruce Up Day

Day of Service

Sunday, May 15th after Service

Pitch in and help spruce up our home! All ages and talents welcomed and much appreciated!

Spring Common Read

Spring Book Selection

To Kill A Mockingbird and Go Set a Watchman

The next Common Read book discussion will be on Saturday, May 7th from 2 to 3:30pm in the East Room.  We will be revisiting To Kill A Mockingbird in light of the recent controversy surrounding the publication of Lee's Go Set a Watchman. The focus will be on Mockingbird and it is not necessary to read Watchman to participate.

UUCMC Annual Auction

Mark Your Calendars! Dinner and Auction

Saturday, June 4th

Silent Auction 5pm to 6:30pm; Dinner 6pm; Voice Auction 7pm

$10 Adult; $25 Family (Childcare available)

Statement of Conscience

UUCMC Statement of Conscience on Racial Justice

At the Congregational Meeting on Sunday, March 20, 2016 the Members unanimously adopted the UUCMC​ ​Statement of Conscience on Racial Justice. The Statement was created by members of the Congregation's Racial Justice Task Force​, Ann Sherwood and Libby Schoenwolf and chaired by Aimee VanDuyne. Reverend Virginia Jarocha Ernst applauded the members. "Adoption of this statement allows us to speak in one voice against racism and acts of bigotry," Rev. Virginia said, "and be more active in the community outside of our walls. This is especially crucial at a time when a voice of love and justice is so needed."

To read the statement click here.