Author Archives: Brendan Shea

UUCM is sponsoring the Mystic Valley Area NAACP’s Freedom Fund Breakfast

I wanted to let everyone know that UUCM is proud to be a sponsor of the Mystic Valley Area NAACP‘s upcoming Freedom Fund Breakfast on Saturday, July 29 at the Century Bank Headquarters in Medford (400 Mystic Ave.)  This is the second year … Continue reading

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General Assembly delegate report

Dear friends, It was our pleasure to serve our congregation as delegates to this year’s UU General Assembly.  We have assembled a rather lengthy report, which can be found here.  We’ll also bring a few paper copies to church this … Continue reading

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Summer services start this week!

Last week (June 11) was the end of our regular church year, and it ended with a bang with our annual church picnic! Thanks to all who attended, and especially to all who helped organize it. This week (June 18) … Continue reading

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Our Spring 2017 newsletter is here!

Please check out our Spring 2017 UUCM newsletter! Thanks to all who contributed to it, and special thanks to Susan Jhirad for editing it.

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UUA General Assembly is coming up!

Hi all, I wanted to let everyone know about an important upcoming event in the Unitarian Universalist Association’s calendar, which is General Assembly.  General Assembly, or GA, is the annual meeting for the UUA, and it is where UUA policy is … Continue reading

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Get involved with Religious Education!

Get to know our children and youth!  Our DRE, Mimi Olivier, would love to talk to you about opportunities next fall to teach RE classes be on the Religious Education Committee share your talents in other ways. You can reach Mimi … Continue reading

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We found our next minister!

Hi all, I’m thrilled to let everyone know that we’ve hired our next minister, Rev. Marta Valentín! Rev. Marta most recently worked for the UUA’s New England Region specializing in ministerial transitions and she has recently felt the call to … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving at the Community Cupboard Food Pantry

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This past Thursday (Nov 17), volunteers from the church and the community, including youth from Medford High School, came together to prepare 172 Thanksgiving bags. Each client received a frozen turkey plus a bag full of all the fixings. The … Continue reading

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Black Lives Matter banner restored

After being vandalized a few weeks back, the Black Lives Matter banner has been restored to the front of the church: Note that this is the original banner, which has been repaired; a new replacement will be ordered shortly.

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Volunteering at the Community Cupboard Food Pantry

On August 9, our own Liz Ammons worked with Sanctuary UCC‘s community minister, Rev. Lambert Rahming, to organize a group of twelve local teens who spent the better part of the day deep-cleaning the Community Cupboard Food Pantry areas and … Continue reading

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