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.

MONTHLY THEME:

2014-2015 Upcoming Themes

September       respect                                          February          peace
October            forgiveness                                   March              balance
November        humility                                          April                 generosity
December       acceptance                                    May                 kindness
January           good & evil                                     June                maturity

NEWS & NOTES:

Meditation Group Forming

UUCMC Buddhist Meditation Group

Would you like to be part of a meditation group? Perhaps from 4 to 5 or 5:30 Saturdays? Open to anyone, young and old, firm and infirm, experienced and brand new to meditation. You can find out more here. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your interest and/or questions.

Adult RE Read

Summer Read

"The Tao of Pooh"

Still exploring Eastern philosophies, our Summer Read this year is “The Tao of Pooh” by Benjamin Hoff who uses the characters of Winnie-the-Pooh to exemplify Taoist teaching for Westerners. Join us in reading this light-hearted yet serious exploration! There will be 2 opportunities to share your opinions: Wednesday, September 10th at 1pm and Wednesday, September 17th at 7pm. All are welcome!

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