October 29: Pie in the Sky

Join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. as we continue our theme of Vision with Rev. Greg’s message, “Pie in the Sky.” Music for the day will be performed by Diana Headley Saunders and Mindy Bowman.


Children’s Religious Exploration (RE)


Chalice Children: This Sunday’s lesson will be about forgiveness. In the session, children will:
1) Identify words and phrases around forgiveness, 2) Introduce our second Unitarian Universalist Shared Principle that we believe all people should be treated fairly and 3) Discover the joy in using the words, “I forgive you.” Class will be held in their new room (Classroom #2). Weather permitting, they will also have time outside.

Roots and Shoots: The class will continue planning this year’s projects focused on care and concern for animals, the human community, and the environment. They will will continue researching and learning about social just causes they care about.

Coming Of Age Program: This Sunday is opening day for our 7-8 grade “Coming of Agers!” Participants are reminded to bring their completed registration forms. Class will meet in classroom #6 (next door to the library)

High School Aged Youth: Opening day for Youth Group. The group will meet in classroom #4.


Spirit in Practice: Soul Practices with Karen Rege

Come discover what’s on the plate of this new workshop series.
Join us on Sunday morning in the MacArtor Library, 9 am-10:15 am.
​No registration required – just drop in!

Each of us is a creative person; but as adults fulfilling various roles in society, many of us don’t often feel creative. When it comes to creating art, we feel even less so. Long ago too many of us accepted the notion that “I can’t draw” or “I don’t have an artistic bone in my body.” At some point—often in childhood—we came to believe that other people could be artistic, but not us. It’s hard for many of us to put ourselves in such company as poets, painters, photographers, authors, and dancers—our creativity doesn’t seem to match up.This workshop encourages engagement in creative expression for the purpose of the engagement itself. Time spent immersed in clay, paint, or pencil on paper can be just as profound and powerful as time spent in prayer. Creativity can be a spiritual practice.

It’s going to be another great day at Mill Creek!​​