Unitarian Universalists have deeply rooted beliefs from a variety of sources. MDUUC's young adults delve into the roots of their beliefs and explore what it means to hold these sources together. Worship Associates Lugh Baxter & Kaitlin Dey.
Our new Assistant Minister (his official title is Minister of Engagement and Justice) is the Rev. Neal Anderson who is finishing his ninth year as the senior minister at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Northern Nevada in Reno. We look forward to welcoming Neal, his wife, Ruth, and their two sons to our church this August!
This Week's Sermon
Indigo Lewis has been selected as the new Director of Lifespan Religious Education for MDUUC. Indigo is currently the Director of Religious Education for both the Tahoma UU Congregation and the Vashon Island Unitarian Fellowship, where she has served for the last ten years.
We Work for Justice
MDUUC is a rich and varied community with many, many groups pursuing many, many interests and expressions of our living religious tradition. Throughout the year, we offer a multitude of special chances to connect and celebrate together.
- Food and Water
- Housing and Homelessness
- Immigration Reform
- Interfaith Partnerships
Rev. Leslie's Blog
This has been the year that refuses to behave. So we may have to. We may have to behave by engaging in those activities that keep us whole in this…
What is the hope within your control? In these days when many feel powerless to affect the many events in our world, it is worth reflecting on the hope that…
Last Week's Sermon
It is difficult to create the lives we want when we focus on what others expect, what others need, rather than creating from within. Linda Russell will explore the challenges,…
Winter Nights Shelter
The Winter Nights Program in Contra Costa County, CA provides a clean, safe, and warm facility at night and a daytime services center during winter for homeless families with children. The program will serve up to 30 persons at any given time.
Sign up to help here.
Living Our Values…
We are creatures of connection, called to build communities: family, friends, nation, world. This community-building is not a passive activity; it takes intention and effort. How does our UU tradition help guide us?
– Carol Sue Cain