Is there a poem that is helping you through this time? A song, a video, a memory, an image that brings you peace and comfort? To help us prepare for worship in the time to come, the Worship Committee and Rev. Susanne are collecting resources on November's theme of Healing.
Stop by online, Tuesday October 27, 5-7pm to share about a loved one you want to remember in our traditional All Souls service on November 1. Since we can't add mementos to our altar as usual, Rev. Susanne invites you to share in an online meeting a few days before.
Are you worried about what might happen around the election? For the next 3 Wednesdays (October 21 - November 4), Rev. Susanne offers an online space for us to find connection and support around those concerns.
This Sunday, October 18, after Service Treasurer John P (left), with his trademark friendliness and clarity, will review the final financials for last fiscal year (ended June 30th) and explain where we are with this year's budget.
Are you itching to see some church folks in person? Dan G, Jennie, and Rev. Susanne invite you to an optional, socially distant, in-person casual gathering, this Sunday, October 18, 2pm, at Greenwood Park in Stoneham, the park across from Stone Zoo.
The quilting group continues to meet virtually every Friday morning on Zoom, and continues making quilts and masks for various organizations. We recently completed a collaborative quilt for the Nahant American Legion auxiliary, who are presenting quilts as Christmas gifts to veterans in Lynn.
Looking for a new way to support the church? Do you like sharing new creative ideas? Is project management your strong suit? If so, the Stewardship Team invites you to join them in preparing the church's Annual Pledge Drive that kicks off in early March.
Sign up to join UUs from across the country in a final push to get voters to the polls October 21-27. Via three phone banks and a rally, we will reach out to turn the tide toward love and justice! Find out more.
Only 10 Days Left to Help! If phone banks aren't your thing, maybe you'd like to write letters? Sending a Vote Forward letter is one of the easiest things you can do to increase turnout. Sign up at Vote Forward.
Are You Interested in Helping Us Plan for the 2021 MUUC Service Auction? We are gathering our Auction Team and will be having an initial Zoom planning meeting in mid-October. We need your creative ideas!
Through Equal Exchange, Melrose UU Church sells fair-trade coffee, tea and chocolate. By simply emailing your selections to us, we will get your order ready for you, then we can arrange pick-up/drop-off. Click for info.
This Sunday, while you're watching worship, how about some coloring? Brian J made us a simple PDF of the letters V, O, T, and E. Your decorated letters will hang in our Sanctuary windows, inviting all passersby to do their duty!
Join us on Wednesday, September 30, 7-9pm for an online event aimed at making 10,000 calls to voters in Wisconsin. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg taught us that taking a moral stance -- even when it is the minority -- can be a powerful tactic in shaping public opinion over the long haul.
Due to COVID 19, members of the Metro North Cluster are walking individually this year. All funds raised will help support our asylum seeking clients. Please sponsor Team MUUC at this link so that our Immigration Team can continue to participate in this important work. Thanks as always for all your support! -The Immigration Ministry Team
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.