Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth County!
We hope you will visit our lively congregation soon. On Sunday mornings when we meet in person, we are a busy and enriching place to be for all ages. Our worship services at 10:30am are the centerpiece of our community life and we welcome all to them. During this time of social distancing, we gather at 10:30am via Zoom to connect with each other in smaller groups in loving community.
For Unitarian Universalists worship is a celebration and reflection on matters of worth. In leading worship we hope to transform hearts and minds with love. Worship service is a place for us to let go, to be held and to be challenged. Participants are asked to bring an open mind and open heart to it. With music, singing, honest words, prayer and meditation we come to a place of deeper understanding of our humanity and we invite in the holy. Our services are currently pre-recorded and offered via YouTube to watch at your convenience.
UUCMC welcomes individuals and families into a spiral journey of discovery and deep reflection on the meaning of our lives. This includes religious education program for all ages. Sunday Zoom gatherings are followed by time for children and youth to connect and learn. We encourage you to explore all the ways that you can Grow, Participate and Serve!
Unitarian Universalism is a non-creedal religion that encourages each person to articulate their own faith and to listen deeply to what calls them to life. We ask only that you believe what you have to believe based upon your own experience, that you respect the authenticity of others beliefs, and that we can indeed come together in love. As early Unitarian Francis David (1510-1579) said “We need not think alike to love alike.” Unitarian Universalism is a liberating faith founded over 400 years ago in the radical reformation. We have grown out of Christianity to embrace a much broader set of religious wisdom sources that include our Jewish and Christian roots, the world’s religions and our own experience of transcendent mystery and wonder.
Please do come and find out if you are a Unitarian Universalist too!
Yours in faith,
Rev. Virginia and Rev. Craig
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