Worship: Sunday November 25, 10:30am

November 16th, 2018

“Salvation UU Style”

For many Christians, salvation is achieved by accepting Jesus as their Lord and Savior, and Heaven is their eternal garden of paradise. What do Unitarians and Universalists say about salvation and how has salvation evolved since the Puritans landed in Plymouth?

Our Guest Speaker:

Marianne DiBlasi has been a Unitarian Universalist and member of First Parish in Lexington since 2004. She fully embraces the radical inclusiveness of our covenental faith.

Marianne is currently attending Meadville-Lombard Theological School, a Unitarian Universalist seminary in Chicago and plans to graduate with a Masters of Divinity degree in May 2020.

Worship: Sunday November 4, 10:30am

“Love Does Not Disappear: A Service for All Souls” How do we remember and honor our loved ones?
What do we hold on to? What — and how — do we let go? Feel free to bring a memento of a loved one who’s passed on, to place on our altar during the service.

Worship: Sunday October 28, 10:30am

“Looking Back To Move Forward” How can suburban UUs cooperate to support 
and empower our urban neighbors? The Senior Minister of the UU Urban Ministry, Rev. Mary Margaret Earl will reflect on the way we use our history, both individual and collective, to move us into the future and toward justice.

News from Board President Chuck Foley

Reminder: Please see the October Lightbearer for a general introduction to the MUUC Board and an invitation to all members to attend our meetings and to read our meeting minutes on the members’ section of the church website.The Board had our monthly meeting last Thursday Sept. 20. This month’s meeting featured a couple of good examples of the […]