Upcoming Worship Services


Sunday, October 22 at 10:30am     The Courage to Break Down Walls 

Rev. Carol Strecker
What kind of courage does it take to break down the walls that divide us?  Perhaps it begins with the courage to face the walls within our own hearts and minds – the walls we may not even be aware of that impact the way the we see ourselves and others. (Sunday Morning Circles)

Sunday, October 29 at 10:30am       All Souls’ Sunday

Rev. Carol Strecker
We’ll remember the loved ones we have lost and celebrate their gifts that live on in us.  After the service the celebration will continue as we plant bulbs in their honor in our church gardens. (Sunday Morning Circles)

Submit photos for a slideshow of loved ones that have passed by October 22rd. Please send pictures (jpeg format) to Candy Shirey (candyjshirey@comcast.net) In the email, please be sure to include: loved one’s name, year of birth, year of death, and relationship to UUCM congregant.

Sunday, November 5 at 10:30am  It Takes a Village – Building Resiliency in Children and Families

Rev. Carol Strecker, Cathy Goldwater, and special guest, Monica Gallant, Director of Prevention Services at the Boys and Girls Club of Souhegan Valley
We’re all part of the great, interconnected web and have an abundance of gifts to share with children and families suffering in our communities. Monica will share information about a program for building resiliency in children affected by a loved one’s substance abuse. Cathy and Rev. Carol will speak to the psychological and spiritual aspects of building resiliency. (Sunday Morning Circles)

Sunday, November 12 at 10:30am   Enough is Enough

Rev. Carol Strecker
Abundance brings to mind vast quantities of something — a banquet table filled to overflowing, for example. But how much do we really need — to have enough, to BE enough?  In a culture of scarcity, the opposite of lack may not be abundance but a sense of gratitude for who we are and what we have. (Sunday Morning Circles)

Sunday, November 19 at 10:30am   Welcoming the Guest

Rev. Carol Strecker
As we prepare to participate in the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee’s “Guest At Your Table” program we’ll look at what it means to welcome the stranger into our hearts, our homes, and our lives. (Whole Congregation Worship)

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