UUCMC Adopts an Eighth Principle, Committing to Dismantle Racism

Our congregation adopted an Eighth Principle at its congregational meeting on March 14, committing members to work to dismantle racism. The 8th Principle affirms and promotes “journeying toward spiritual wholeness by working to build a diverse multicultural Beloved Community by our actions that accountably dismantle racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our institutions.”

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Community has become even more important in these challenging times.

On Sunday mornings at 10:30am we gather on zoom to light our chalice, hear announcements and visit with each other in small groups to check-in, and to discuss a reflection question. It is easy and fun to join in, and ALL are welcome! You can get connection information by signing up for our email, or by contacting the office at uucmc@uucmc.org.

Our Sunday morning Service videos can be accessed at your convenience on our website Worship page or YouTube channel (CLICK HERE).

Dialog happens on TUESDAY evenings at 7pm; check our Dialog page for more information and the schedule.

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We hope you will join us in community from the safety of your homes.

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May Monthly Theme: STORY

Change the story, change the world.

Terry Pratchett

There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.

Maya Angelou

There are no true stories; we are making up every one of them.

Pema Chödrön

There are only true stories. We are discovering the truth in them.

Christina Baldwin

If we’re always looking in mirrors—made of glass or social media—and looking outward, we should not be surprised when truly new things don’t want to come through us to be born.

Caitlin Breedlove

Many of us had thought that myth meant “not true,” when in fact the older meaning of myth is precisely “always true”!

Richard Rohr

When a person dies, a library is burned.

Edmund White

Stories are told as spells for binding the world together.

John Rouse

There is a you telling yourself another story of you. Listen to her.

Pádraig Ó Tuama

Those who tell the stories, rule the world.

Proverb, exact source unknown

Practice listening beyond, or beneath, opinions. Opinions are only the thinnest surface sitting on top of the deep stories that we all carry.

Rev. Rod Richards