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For those who cannot make it in person to services, we offer livestreaming via YouTube. See this week’s service announcement directly below with the link. (Click on the picture.)

Sunday morning service videos can be accessed at your convenience on our Worship page or YouTube channel.

Our next Sunday Morning Dialog is Sunday, May 5th at *10am*. CLICK HERE for more information.

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April 28th,  10:30am
In person & livestreamed

Spirituality as Communion: Interdependence and Volunteerism
Rev. Dr. Craig Rubano 

As we stressed last month, UUCMC is only as strong as its members and friends make it through their talent, time, and treasure. This morning, we celebrate the time and treasure aspect of our giving, with an emphasis on volunteerism. Our spirituality is centered in communion—in our being in community with one another. Let us gather, once again, to create a sacred space in which to thrive together.

Music by Sarah and Dr. David Fischell, and Friends

Following the Service, all are invited to the Community Room for a Volunteer Appreciation Ice Cream Social, sponsored by the Committee on Congregational Ministry (CoCM).

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April Monthly Theme: INTERDEPENDENCE

Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born.

Anais Nin

Each experience of love nudges us toward the Story of Interbeing, because it only fits into that story and defies the logic of Separation.

Charles Eisenstein

We are all broken by something. We have all hurt someone and have been hurt….The ways in which I have been hurt—and have hurt others—are different from the ways [others have] suffered and caused suffering. But our shared brokenness connects us.

Bryan Stevenson

When members of the Native American Blackfoot tribe meet each other, they don’t ask “How are you?” Instead, they ask “How are the connections?”

Jeremy Lent

If you want to go fast, go alone.
If you want to go far, go together.

African Proverb

We never know how our small activities will affect others through the invisible fabric of our connectedness. In this exquisitely connected world, it’s never a question of “critical mass.” It’s always about critical connections.

Grace Lee Boggs

I wish the knowledge were easier to come by, that individualism is just a scam, that you are always the butterfly wings. You are always a flap of the storm….You must not believe the lying lie that you do not matter, that whatever change you can organize is so insufficient as to not be worth your time…

Rev. Julián Jamaica Soto

Weed, it is you with your bad reputation that I love the most. Teach me not to care what anyone has to say about me. Help me to be in the world for no purpose at all except for the joy of sunlight and rain. Keep me close to the edge where every wild thing begins.

Tom Hennen

If you find yourself…hearing, again, the earth’s great, sonorous moan that says…all you love will turn to dust….Do not raise your small voice against it….Instead, curl your toes into the grass….Walk through the garden’s dormant splendor. Say only, thank you.

Ross Gay

I’ve come to believe…we already know our oneness with each other, so the process of coming to consciousness….is a process.

Rob Spielgel

In some Native languages the term for plants translates to “those who take care of us.”

Robin Wall Kimmerer