Rev. Gil Caldwell, guest minister

Regardless of how one views the Bible, it is filled with illustrations appropriate for today. Matthew 18:12 in the King James Version “speaks” of “90 and 9 sheep and the 1 who has gone astray.” The 99% Wall Street Occupiers seek to bring the 1% who have financially gone astray, back into the fold. “The more things change, the more they remain the same.” Music by Helen Kho.

Gilbert H. Caldwell is a retired African American United Methodist Church minister. He was active in the Civil Rights Movement and was acquainted with UU Minister Rev. Jim Reeb who was attacked in Selma and died a few days later. He was one of the founders of Black Methodists for Church Renewal and United Methodists of Color for a Fully Inclusive Church.


November ~ FREEDOM

For to be free is not merely to cast off one's chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others. ~ Nelson Mandela

But I don’t want comfort. I want poetry. I want danger. I want freedom. I want goodness. I want sin. ~ Aldous Huxley


Women's A Cappella Group

Do You Like to Sing?

The women's choir Giving Voice is being revived. The group will rehearse one Saturday per month and perform once every other month at UUCMC.  

Singers are needed. If you like to sing and would like to sing with your sisters at UUCMC and have a lot of fun making beautiful music, contact Penny Gnesin for more information.  Let's see what we can put together!

Broadway Music UUCMC Benefit

The Music of Broadway

Benefit Concert for UUCMC

Sunday, December 6th, 4pm in the Earth Room
 Reception will Follow

'Come on along and listen to' Craig Rubano and Thomas Cannizzaro sing the music of Broadway, accompanied by Louise Chernosky and Elaine Held.  Enjoy great music, have fun, and help raise money for the congregation. Watch for ticket sales at coffee hour beginning November 22nd.

 Adult - $10; Age 6 - 12 - $5; Age 5 and under - free