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Summer Question

We asked the questions "Why did you sign the membership book at UUCMC?" and "What does membership mean to you?". Answers will be posted here. Thanks to all who participated!

We joined the congregation and signed the Membership Book because we simply believed that it was the perfect community for our family.

Our daughter, Maddie, told us the very first day she attended the RE class we participated in Sunday services that she loved this place and had already made friends.

It is one of THE most  accepting communities that we have ever experienced filled with warmth and empathy for all members. ~ Barb, Werner and Maddie Gruda




Path to Membership Fall 2015

Path to Membership

Sign Up for Our Fall Series of Classes

We ask that you attend these classes in order to make an informed decision about signing the membership book at UUCMC. Learn about Unitarian Universalism and this wonderful congregation. Get to know others on the journey like you. Sign up on the office door or contact Lisa Arcoleo. It's important to let us know if you need childcare. All classes are between services in the East Room.

          Part I: WELCOME                                             October 11th, 10 to 11am
          Part II: GROW                                                   October 25th, 10 to 11am
          Part III: PARTICIPATE                                        November 8th, 10 to 11am
          Part IV: SERVE                                                  November 22nd, 10 to 11am
          Part V: BOOK SIGNING                                     December 5th


Summer of Art RE for Children

Make Your Own Monsters!

with Emma and Joan Farkas

Classical Concert

Classical Concert

Sunday, October 18th, at 4pm, at UUCMC in the Earth Room:
Classical concert with violinist Joel DeWitt and pianist Brian Gilmore, featuring Sonatas of Brahms, Ravel, and J.S. Bach.  This is a benefit concert for UUCMC.



Summer Read 2015

"Nina Here Nor There: My Journey Beyond Gender"

by Nick Krieger

Thank you to Judy Stevens for suggesting this year's Summer read by Nick Krieger. This easily-read but thought-provoking book is a memoir written in the style of a novel. We will be discussing it in September.