December 10: Brave, Clean and Reverent?

Join us this Sunday at 10:30 am as we continue our monthly theme of Reverence with guest speaker Rev. Dave Hunter and his message, “Brave, Clean and Reverent?” Music for the day will be performed by the Mill Creek Choir under the direction of Kristen Tosh-Morelli, with Pam Allenstein, pianist....

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December 10: Children’s Religious Exploration

LAST SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3 Last Sunday during the Religious Exploration Hour, our Chalice Children began the process of planting the seeds and watching them grow over time. Jamie Kegerise took the Chalice Children out for a little fresh air and allowed them to plant Milkweed seeds in the meadow. Youth...

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Share Our Warmth 2017

The Mill Creek Social Justice Committee continues the collection of hats, gloves, mittens, scarves and socks.  There is a collection bin in the cloak room.  Store-bought and handmade items are welcomed. These items will be donated to the needy in our area.

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December 3: Reverence

Join us this Sunday at 10:30 am as Rev. Greg begins our monthly theme of Reverence. Music for the day will be performed by returning guest musician Tristan Leung on piano, who will be joined by Jasmine Lee on cello. Religious Exploration (RE) This Sunday during the Religious Exploration Hour, our...

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November 26: We Could Be Heroes

Join us for worship at 10:30 am for “It’s You Make The Call Sunday!” Based on the popular vote of the congregation, this Sunday Rev. Greg will re-preach a message offered more than a year ago, called “We Could Be Heroes.” As we continue with our theme of Community, The...

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November 26: Children’s Religious Exploration

LAST SUNDAY NOVEMBER 19 RECAP Chalice Children: Last Sunday, as a group project, the children made their own mosaic chalice to decorate the wall of their classroom. They learned the story of how the chalice came to be a symbol of Unitarian Universalism. Roots and Shoots: The Roots and Shoots...

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