MCUUF Watch Party – Mahabharata 10am

January 29 – MCUUF Watch Party – Mahabharata

Let’s engage with the New Year by watching this dramatization of an epic Sanskrit poem. The film itself will be the service.  It focuses on the quarrel between two groups of cousins who represent the dark and light forces which … read more.

This month’s theme is “Wintering and Regeneration”

    Wintering is the process of navigating winter, a season that is, in many ways, a time of regeneration. Of course, there is the external season, but there is an internal season that also requires wintering skills. And, there are individual differences, as Martin Marty noted when he contrasted a summery spirituality with a wintry spirituality. For some, winter pushes them outdoors, while it pulls others indoors. For both, regeneration is an essential process whether by the exhilaration of downhill skiing or the contentment of drinking hot cocoa in front of a fireplace. No two winters are alike, nor two winterings, which is why Katherine May writes, “you’ll find wisdom in your winter, and once it’s over, it’s your responsibility to pass it on.

    Events

    29 Jan

    In-Person Worship – What to Expect

    MCUUF offers in-person worship services the first and third Sundays of the month. We hope you’ll attend if you are  
    • Up to date for COVID vaccinations, including boosters, if you are eligible
    • Willing to sign-in for possible contact tracing
    • Willing to use hand sanitizer when you arrive
    • Willing to wear An N95 or KN95 mask. One will be given to you if you don’t have one
    • Willing to sit six feet apart from others
      Air purifiers, fans, and open doors help maintain good air flow.  A carbon dioxide [CO2] monitor continuously checks air quality during the service.   There will be monitors or screens that allow you to see people joining the service online. They will be able to see in-person worshippers. We are one congregation gathering in two places !  Online worship is offered every Sunday.   We’re still working on developing nursery and childcare options during in-person services. We hope to have those up and running soon.  Until then your children are most welcome in worship.  We have an adjoining ‘wiggle room’ where you can see and hear the service.  For more information contact the office at [email protected]  or leave us a message at 541.241.6771