May 20: Who’s Calling

Join us for worship this Sunday at 10:30 am as we welcome guest speaker Rev. Keith Goheen and his message, “Who’s Calling?” In a world rife with change and uncertainty, the deeply human yearning for a meaningful life intensifies. How do we respond to these promptings of the spirit? A hospital chaplain offers a personal reflection on the nature and practice of religious vocation.

Music for the day will be performed by the Mill Creek Choir, directed by Kristen Tosh-Morelli, with Pam Allenstein, pianist.

Children & Youth Religious Exploration

During Service

The Chalice Children will be using teamwork to make play dough. The Roots and Shoots friends will be creating fairy gardens and planting their sunflower starts in the meadow (weather permitting).  The Coming of Agers will be visiting our friends at the Islamic Society of Delaware, and High School Youth will delve into the subject of racial equality.

Adult Religious Exploration

Before Service

Rise in the Sea: Unitarianism

This workshop, led by Mary Higgins, examines the character and contributions of the Unitarian thread of our tradition. It considers the history of Unitarianism as a theology, a movement, and an institution, and highlights important people and events before the consolidation with the Universalists.

This is a drop-in discussion held Sundays thru June 10th from 9-10:15 am in the MacArtor Library. No registration or commitment is necessary. Join us!

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