Speaker: Rev. Jo Green

The Integrity of our Community

How do we view our congregation when it comes to integrity? What elements of integrity affect others in our community and are we considering others when we make decisions that might affect the community as a whole? How do spirituality and integrity connect? Join us … read more.

The Integrity of our Times

During these unpredictable and uncertain times, can we still keep our integrity in how we live our lives? What can be the consequences of certain decisions that we make? Join us this Sunday as we ponder what decisions that we make for ourselves affect the … read more.

50 Years of Earth Day

On the 50th Anniversary of the creation of Earth Day, we are in a state of uncertainty that has propelled us into isolation.  During this time, our Earth is actually healing.  Can we sustain a method of caring for the Earth and also create a … read more.

Celebrating Rebirth and Resilience

On this Easter Sunday during Shelter in Place, may we still gather virtually in community to share our own resilience. Celebrations are important, especially in times of isolation. Wear your Easter Bonnet so that we can see it online and have a piece of bread nearby as we commemorate a Transylvanian Communion with each other.
We have transitioned to virtual services. See mpuuc.org/zoom for more information.

Good Friday Vespers

During this unusual time, let us take a moment during the Christian tradition of grieving on Good Friday to offer a time where we can grieve together all that has disappeared from our lives. We will offer readings and music to tend to the feelings we’ve been having these last few months. The Zoom link will be provided at mpuuc.org/zoom. Please have a candle near you for the service.

Music Through Resilience

Members of our choir and our musical community will provide music that will celebrate resilience using rock and roll, musical theater, classical music and other genres to lift our spirits.

We have transitioned to virtual services. See mpuuc.org/zoom for more information.

Pledging as a Spiritual Practice

Pledging is an ancient tradition in spiritual circles to not only ensure the sustainability of an institution, but also for each individual, the spirituality that it engages within ourselves. When we give unconditionally, isn’t that a spiritual experience? Join us this Sunday to explore spirituality and how it interacts with our finances.

We have transitioned to virtual services because of the Coronavirus pandemic. See mpuuc.org/zoom for more information.

International Women’s Day: Where Do We Go From Here?

On this day honoring women around the world, we will explore the place in history women have played and the advances made in equality. How have our lives changed and has our Second Principle participated in achieving equality with women? Join us this Sunday to celebrate women!

Generosity with Each Other [pdf]

Those times when we don’t feel very generous can put us in an irritable mood. When we are feeling grumpy and deprived, having another person there for support can help. Our theme this month is generosity and we are also looking at creating a covenant. How do these two qualities relate to each other? How do they encompass our Seven Principles? Join us this Sunday as we explore generosity in ourselves and covenanting with others.

Reconciliation or Punishment [pdf]

Our criminal justice system is not a system of justice. We have seen the ineffectiveness and harm this system has inflicted on our culture, especially those of People of Color. Let us explore this Sunday how the concept of reconciliation and restitution heals more effectively than punishment.