Author Archives: Brendan Shea

Come join the Choir!

Hello to you all, hope you are all well.

I thought I would get in contact with you all about one of the great pleasures of being your Music Director; the UUCM Choir!

Choir is open to all, meaning all ages and abilities. You don’t need … read more.

Book Groups Starting in September

Dear folks,

Last Sunday’s service featured people talking about their experiences in last year’s book group. September is approaching, and our UUCM book group will begin again. The group was originally begun several years ago by the Social Justice Committee. Currently, we have two on-going sections … read more.

RE Classes Starting This Fall

We are planning three classes this fall. The Younger Kids Class, ages 4-7; Elementary school Class; and Coming of Age. Our older teens will meet twice a month as a Youth Group and will also be working with the Center for Citizenship and Social Responsibility … read more.

Mimi Olivier’s Contract Extended

I’m pleased to announce that, on the strong recommendation from the RE committee, the Board has unanimously voted to extend Mimi Olivier’s contract for another year as our Director of Religious Education. I very much appreciate all of Mimi’s hard work and dedication with … read more.

Welcome (Back) Alex Cumming!

Hello everyone,

It is with great pleasure that I’d like to announce that Alex Cumming will continue to be our Music Director – and will shed the ‘Interim’ title – for the 2018-19 church year! We’ve been very lucky to have Alex share his musical … read more.

Recommitment Campaign

Dear Recommitted UUMedford-ites,

Thanks to all for a wonderful Recommitment Campaign!

Our campaign has “officially” ended, so we want to provide results. Our pledge total for fiscal 2018-2019 is now at $71,359. This is a very good figure, slightly above what was pledged last year. … read more.

Rummage Sale Results

Dear UUCM Community:

Our profit total for the sale today is close to $3200!! Yippee! This is a few hundred less than the last two years but perfectly acceptable. Our sense is that we had less higher-price items for sale this year. Also, … read more.