January 11th, 2019
Held in Love
Sunday, January 13, 10:30am
Rev. Dr. Susanne Intriligator
As we walk down the path of life, who are the people
who hold us in love?
Can we do a better job of holding others in our lives now?
What are the possibilities for us as a congregation?
We’ll look at the lives of visionaries who loved the world forward.
Taking Action for Racial Justice in Melrose: Race & Housing, and Indigenous People’s Day. Join us for a discussion on how we can take action to advance racial justice in Melrose. This discussion is sponsored by White People Challenging Racism. Click for details.
The Melrose Human Rights Commission and Mayor Gail Infurna invite you to join the Community of Melrose on for the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service on Monday, January 21st, 2019. Registration begins the day at the Melrose UU Church, followed by service opportunities and events all around Melrose. Click for more information.
Welcome to this sacred space, where we strive to live our vision of being a beloved community that is welcoming and inspirational, a place of understanding and acceptance, and where social justice and compassion guide our actions. Sunday Worship 10:30 am Sept – June.
To help celebrate our 10th year of showing enviromentally-focused films, we are bringing back some of your favorites that have been shown over the years to show again this fall. On several upcoming Sundays, during coffee hour, we will be soliciting your opinions. Top vote-getters win! Stay tuned for dates, times, and locations.
UU’s Mentioned in NPR Segment About Comprehensive Sexuality Education. Click here to find the link to the NPR “Cognosenti” Segment.
The Melrose UU Church has weekly drop-in activities, which are free and open to the public. All are welcome; you don’t have to be an MUUC member to participate. These activities will provide you with opportunities to be creative, give to others, make connections, center yourself, and emerge refreshed.
#MeTooMelrose is a joint project created by the Melrose Commission on Women, Melrose Alliance Against Violence, and the Melrose Human Rights Commission. Please click for more information.