May 1: Finding Jamal

Cultivating beauty requires discipline, release, and self-reflection as a spiritual practice.  But what happens when we attempt this practice as a community? Can we cultivate beauty as a beloved community? Dr. Karen Rege has been a member of Mill Creek since 2015. She regularly serves as a Zoom host, worship associate and coordinates the adult RE […]

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April 24: One Thing We Can All Do

Join us for an Earth Day celebration this morning and learn how you can make a real difference. The biggest environmental threat is believing someone else will save the planet. Rachel Sabella is Mill Creek’s music director, but she joins us this morning as our guest speaker. She is joined by her brother David Sabella, our […]

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Philosopher Jacob Covell, upon the birth of his son, experienced a powerful drive of passionate responsibility that far transcended the needs of evolution. Something beyond objective science is at work in the universe. The Rev. Robert J. Broesler, a member of Mill Creek since 2013, began his career as a psychotherapist. He is a retired […]

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April 10: The Gospel According to Channing

Join us for a classic Unitarian dive into the preaching, transcendence, and reformation fire from one of the more famous UU “saints”. Thees and thous might be present. We’ll read some of his classic sermons and engage with our own transcendent within-ness. Rev. McKinley Sims is the minister of UUs of Mt. Airy, a historically […]

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April 3: The Search for Self

Each of us is meant to have a character all our own, to be what no other can exactly be, and to do what no other can exactly do. –William Ellery Channing, Unitarian minister The Unitarian Universalist search for truth and meaning can take us in many directions – including inwards.  How do we begin […]

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March 27: Love. Justice. Growth.

As we look at what it means to be Unitarian Universalist and what that identity calls us to do, we will explore three questions: Which group of fellow travelers loves you into being? Where does justice call you to transform the world? What personal practice grows your capacity for life? The Reverend Kevin W. Jagoe serves BuxMont Unitarian […]

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March 20: Wayfinding

Wayfinding is the art of figuring out how to get where you’re going, when you only know generally what your destination is, not how to get there. Join us in considering how to approach navigating our lives when the way there is unknown, even if we know what our best destinations should feel like. Music […]

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March 13: Intimacy with the Intimate

It is said that those seeking a relationship with God yearn for “intimacy with the infinite.” Whether “God-language” resonates with you or not, what might it mean to become close to that which is incomprehensibly vast? Can we ever find comfort in mystery? Rev. Abbey Tennis (she/her) serves as Lead Minister at the First Unitarian Church […]

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Join us for a time of prayer and declarations of solidarity for Ukraine. Attending members, friends and guests are encouraged to wear blue and yellow as a collective show of support.  Music will be performed by the Mill Creek Choir and Rachel Sabella, singing selections from the hymnal and the Beatles.

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February 27: Wave First

In seeking and sometimes demanding certain behaviors from others, we can lose sight of our own failure to live up to our own standards. As we seek to “Widen the Circle,” how do our expectations and self-awareness support or impede our progress toward building an inclusive beloved community? Rev. Peter Friedrichs was ordained to UU ministry […]

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February 20: Expansion

How can we make the practice of moving forward positively functional and sustainable? How do we orient to expansion when so much of life encourages contraction? Join Heather Petit, our ministerial intern, for the fourth in her sermon series on practical spiritual practices for these times.

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February 13: (Re)Learning to Play

Join us as Heather Petit shares her sermon: Playing in a pandemic may seem challenging, or even a little inappropriate. But playing is an important way to take care of ourselves and each other. Join us for the third sermon in Heather Petit’s four-sermon series on spiritual practices for these times.

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