How does Monty Python's "Life of Brian" intersect with our UU values? What is "blasphemy" today? What does the film's depiction of mob mentality say about our current moment? How can works of imagination spark our faith development? Rev. Susanne presents this year's Auction Sermon, chosen by a congregation member.
Working with the Melrose Human Rights Commission, our own Liz Ticcioni, Kris Rodolico, Olivia Frakt, Garin Boyd, and Therese Kay have created several remarkable opportunities to commemorate MLK this coming Monday:
Tell Gov. Baker to remove racist images and text from the Massachusetts state flag. Legislators finally approved the change. Now the bill sits on the governor's desk. Massachusetts Peace Action asks you to send a message in support, to get those images removed forever.
MUUC has been the volunteer gathering place for Melrose's annual MLK Day of Service, sponsored by the Melrose Human Rights Commission. This year, the MHRC has begun planning a virtual and socially-distanced Day of Service to be held on Monday, January 18.
Progressive groups across the state are asking you to reach out to Gov. Baker and leaders in the state house to get the strongest possible bill passed. Contact info and a full script is provided here. It's easy to take this stand for justice in MA!
Check out the new Donate Now button on our MUUC website and see all the great new features in action. We've changed our electronic donation provider to serve you better (and, to make it easier on our hard-working collector!) PaymentSpring offers more features/options to donors at a lower cost for the church.
Men’s Yankee Swap, Alternative Fair, Harvest Fair and More!
Our “Giving Beyond Our Walls” Program enables us to donate thousands of dollars to worthwhile charitable organizations in the Melrose community and beyond. Click on the photo of our hard-working church member for more information about “GBOW”.
Large print orders of service are available; wheelchair accessible (accessible ramp is next to the parking lot, with an accessible parking spot); hearing devices are available; and we love our children. There should be no barriers to belief - all are welcome here.