April 22: Roots & Shoots

Join us for worship this Sunday at 10:30 am. April 22nd is Earth Day! As we celebrate our home, all generations will worship together in the sanctuary.

The Roots and Shoots class will participate in the worship service. We welcome Thread of Blue Klezmer Band from Temple Beth El, directed by Marcia Acero, and children’s recording artist Lois Young.

Adult Religious Exploration

Before Service

Diverse Community

​Join us this Sunday at 9 am in the MacArtor Library for the next class in the Diverse Community series — The Seven Seas: Globalization. Unitarian Universalism has enjoyed contact and engagement with people from many religions and cultures through much of its history. This workshop presents representative stories of different ways people in our religious tradition have related to other religious traditions and cultures. Participants explore ways this engagement has enriched our movement through dialogue and cooperative action, and consider ways Unitarian Universalism may have enriched the cultures and traditions of others.

This workshop will:

  • Explore ways Unitarians, Universalists, and Unitarian Universalists have been influenced and enriched by encounters with cultures and heritages outside North America and Western Europe.
  • Introduce past and present Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian Universalist faith communities located outside the United States.
  •  Explore the dynamics of partnering with Unitarian Universalists across cultures.

This is a drop-in discussion — no registration is necessary.

​​​​​It’s going to be another wonderful day of worship and fellowship at Mill Creek!​​