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THE ARTIST’S WAY RETURNS

Thursdays, January through April We are pleased to announce the return of this popular ARE offering! This workshop, based on Julia Cameron’s book, The Artist’s Way, is not just for artists, but for anyone interested in living more creatively through practicing the art of creative living.  “No matter what your age or...

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Charitable Giving Catalog

This is the time of year at Mill Creek when we begin the kick-off of a few of our most popular annual support programs: Share Our Bounty (Thanksgiving meal food drive), Share Our Warmth (cold weather clothing items & blankets), and Souper Bowl Sunday (February food drive). These programs, plus other efforts we conduct seasonally, have benefitted...

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Share Our Plate September & October

We regularly donate a portion of our undesignated plate collection to a local charity or non-profit organization. Although we aren’t meeting in person for Sunday services for the time being, contributions are still being received to support this fund and will be donated entirely to the selected recipient. For the...

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Adult RE Returns!

Soul Matters: Sacred Words Begins Sunday mornings, September 13th Drop-in class, no registration required This fall our “pre-service” Adult Religious Education offerings will kick off on September 13th.  We are excited to integrate our themes with those of the worship, small group, and other programming.  We will use the Soul...

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Share out Plate Continues July & August

We regularly donate a portion of our undesignated plate collection to a local charity or non-profit organization. Although we aren’t meeting for Sunday services for the time being, contributions are still being received to support this fund and will be donated entirely to the selected recipient. For the months of...

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On Purpose

Mill Creek Board of Trustees hold first meeting of term

The Mill Creek Board of Trustees met virtually on Wednesday, July 22nd. Below is the board President’s (John Springer) Quick Look Report: Officers of the Board were elected by unanimous consent: Vicky Tosh-Morelli is our Vice President, Ann Draper our Treasure, and Joe Snader our Secretary. We reaffirmed our Congregation...

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Black Lives Matter

Mill Creek Holds Vigil for George Floyd

We were joined on church grounds on Friday, June 12 by about 75 members and friends, including Coby Owens, who organized Wilmington’s recent boisterous but peaceful protest. Hear what Coby had to say by clicking here. Rev. Greg Pelley the poem, let your grief rise by Rev. Theresa Inés Soto. Mill Creek...

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Notice for the Annual Meeting, June 7, 2020

Please read through the information below with regard to our upcoming Annual Meeting, which will be held virtually on Sunday, June 7, 2020. Letter from the Board of Trustees Information on Zoom video conferencing Information on the Draft Proposed FY2020-21 Budget and an invitation to a Budget Forum Information on...

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The Empty Collection Plate

The collection plate is a familiar and popular way for members and friends of our congregation to make pledge payments or other financial contributions on Sunday mornings. At the present time, while worship, programming, and building use has been suspended, church expenses continue (staff salaries, insurances, and building expenses such...

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Immersion Training

Virtual Worship Now Available

With the closing of UUSMC due to the Coronavirus, we are moving sermons online. Rev. Greg Pelley recorded his sermon for Sunday, March 15 and posted it online to share with the congregation and beyond. While we’ll miss the community, fellowship, and the music, we can all share in the...

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Coronavirus Notice Effective Immediately

The Board of Trustees and Rev. Greg have, like many of you, been monitoring the developments in regard to COVID-19 (a.k.a. “novel coronavirus”). We noted Gov. Carney’s declaration of a State of Emergency in Delaware and being attentive to CDC and DHHS guidance, as well as advice and counsel offered by the Unitarian Universalist Association. At...

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