Members’ Blogs

  • Love and Service, by Chuck F. 3/05/20
    My spiritual values are pretty simple, not hard to grasp for me: honesty, open mindedness, willingness; humility (accepting who and what I am, striving for what I may become); love. I recall a definition of love I learned long ago: extending one’s self to help the spiritual growth of another.
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  • Shared Responsibility 2/19/20
    My testimonial: Life is happening, caring for others, dedication to a community that is here now, and will be here when we are gone
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  • Time, Talent and Treasure: See The People 1/30/20
    I like that this is an active, involved community. ...connections deepen our community and our relationships with one another. So, open the doors and see the people...
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  • “I believe in supporting this place as it supports me” 1/30/20
    We began attending MUUC 4 years ago because my husband, Nick, and I were looking for a church community. We wanted our two children to receive the guidance of UU teachings and experience the community as well. There are many things that keep me coming back.
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  • White People Can’t Be “Not A Racist”; They Must Be “Anti-Racists” 10/08/19
    For white people like me, we can't be "not a racist" - we need to be "anti-racists"; we can't be color "blind", we need to be color "aware". Racism separates us - but we can still find our way back towards each other. We just have to have uncomfortable conversations.
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  • My Pronouns are “They/Them” 10/08/19
    I am non-binary. I’m sure many of you know what that means, but in case you don’t, it means I identify as neither male nor female. It wasn’t a choice to be this way. It is how I was born to be.
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  • Recent Thoughts from Phyllis B 9/22/19
    My life has been full of blessings: almost fifty years of marriage to my wonderful husband, Bob, and our loving family. My lifelong passion for Unitarian Universalism has been paramount.
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  • Testimonial on Giving by Mary D 9/20/19
    I was asked to speak about what being a member of this church means to me.
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