September 4: A Place of Belonging

In a time when increasing numbers of people report feeling lonely and alone, how do we cultivate a sense of belonging? Rev. Pamela Wat is a minister having served First Unitarian Church of Wilmington and Denton Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Texas. She received a Master of Divinity degree in 2005 from San Francisco Theological Seminary. […]

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August 14: Bloom Where You Are Planted

This is a story of awakening. Our guest speaker Regina Guarino has been a member of Mill Creek since 2014. Her message today is the product of her participation in Rev. Greg’s ARE class, Shared Pulpit. A version of the sermon can be found in the online journal Yellow Arrow Journal.Music for the morning will be performed by […]

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As the world around us changes, so too do the experiences of both students and teachers. The school environment is noticeably different today than it was even ten years ago. What have educators learned in recent years about how students learn? How does social and emotional growth fit (or not fit) into the school curriculum? […]

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