As of now, Sunday worship service is a weekly YouTube video. Sunday morning coffee hour begins at 10:30 am via Zoom.
If this is your first time with us, here are the answers to some Common Questions you might have.
If you have children/youth, you can find out more about our Family Ministry.
Come early for our Sunday Morning Dialog series, which runs from October to May.
Join in on one of our Music Programs.
Listen to our previous services on our podcast page.
We welcome Montclair Unitarian Fellowship, sharing one of their virtual services with us this week.
Check here Saturday evening to watch the service.
Keeping Vigil Rev. Alison Miller
“Morristown Unitarian Fellowship is a vibrant multi-generational liberal religious home that believes in walking alongside each other in our separate spiritual journeys while covenanting to create community and striving to make a more just world.”
Services Available to Watch on YouTube:
We welcome Beacon Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Summit, sharing one of their virtual services with us this week.
How to Light a Chalice Rev. Dr. Robin Tanner and Rev. Emilie Boggis
Our Mission is to be a radically inclusive religious community that feeds the human spirit and heals the world.
“We are committed to being a Beacon in our world by ministering to our members and friends, reaching out to those in need, partnering with allies and advocates for transformation and joining our voices and actions in the chorus of justice.”
We welcome The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair, sharing one of their services with us this week.
The Color of Law Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael
“The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair, now in its 118th year, enjoys a rich history of spiritual exploration and social justice activism. For us, it’s difficult to tell those elements apart because we find them to be two aspects of the same human, religious impulse. It’s much like breathing in and breathing out.”
Sunday Morning Worship at UUA General Assembly
Beyond the Water’s Edge
These are uncertain and volatile times. These are times that call on us to work towards our collective liberation while also tending to our spiritual needs and caring for others. How do we ready ourselves for what is being asked of us? How do we keep moving even when we don’t feel ready?
Featuring: Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray (UUA President), Rev. Joan Javier-Duval, Rev. Mykal Slack, Benjie Messer (Music Director), and more, with the GA Virtual Choir (with UUCMC participants!)
Blessing of the Animals Rev. Craig Rubano
When it comes to animals, blessings and compassion are two-way streets. While we strive for an increased compassionate stance toward our fellow animal creatures in this world, animals themselves, in turn, often have much to teach us about compassion that is applicable to our interactions with our fellow human beings. On this first weekend of summer, we’ll have a ceremony of mutual blessing with our animal companions; we will also feature a Fathers’ Day video tribute. Click here to view the Service.
Music by Jan and Lynn Dash, and Rev. Craig.
Blossoming Community: A Service of Flower Communion
Revs. Craig Rubano and Virginia Jarocha-Ernst
As we bring our focus to the annual service of Flower Communion, we reflect on what we have learned these past months: community blossoms whether or not the meetinghouse is accessible to us—in fact, alternate ways of being together create new blooms of possibility. As always, love will guide us. Our YouTube service will include a video montage of blossoms—both floral and beloved community. Click here to view the Service.
Music by David and Sarah Fischell, Rev. Craig, Louise and Dan Chernosky, For UU Ukulele Orchestra (via recording).
Enough is Enough Rev. Virginia Jarocha-Ernst
Hurt, exasperated, and angry at the injustice Black lives feel every single day in this country? Deeply troubled by leaders who make their own people the enemy? May we find both compassion and clarity as we meet this moment. May we be the change that is so desperately needed. Click here to view the Service.
Music by Louise Chernosky, Thomas Cannizzaro, and the UU Singers (via recording).
Becoming Michelle McKenzie-Creech, CDFM
What does it mean to “just be yourself?” Our true self is who we are when we let go of all the labels, stories, and judgements we have made about ourselves. If you don’t define yourself others will do it for you. Becoming isn’t a goal you reach; if you are lucky it’s a journey with no end. This week we celebrate all of the graduates from pre-school all the way up to college and beyond as you cross another pivotal threshold in your becoming! Click here to view the Service.