Dear UUCM Community,
At our Board meeting last night (May 18, 2020) we reviewed the guidance received in the last week concerning holding worship services in person. At this time, the Board has decided to continue our virtual services over the summer and to revisit whether … read more.
For those of you who did not get a chance to view this week’s service, we have an exciting announcement to make: We have a minister!
Thanks to the efforts of our wonderful Search committee – Liz Ammons, Steve Schmidt, Mimi Olivier, Marsha Lawson – we … read more.
This summer, in recognition of the COVID-19-virus-induced social isolation, the UUCM Book Club is offering a special read: keeping the book groups alive, in June, July, and August, we’ll be reading some outstanding memoirs.
Indeed, it’s our “Memoirable Summer” of 2020!! So… if you want to … read more.
During this time when many are in need, the Community Cupboard Food Pantry remains open with special requirements to help ensure everyone’s safety. For more information see: Food Pantry
What The Associated Press Stylebook Taught Me About Love
Wisdom can be found in many sources, including a style manual for news writers. On Sunday, March 29, guest speaker Rob Kinslow, a candidate for Unitarian Universalist ministry and former journalist, will describe the wisdom of what he calls “lowercase … read more.
Please join us at 11 a.m. on Sunday, March 22 for our first-ever virtual service!
We have designed a video service with the intent to provide a way to be spiritually connected during this time we must be physically apart. We will mostly follow our Order of … read more.
Dear fellow members and friends of UUCM,
If you have been checking your church email with any regularity you are probably already aware that some members have already reached out with suggestions on how to fill the personal communal gap left by having to cancel our … read more.
We’re thinking of you during this turbulent time and send wishes for safety and health to all of you.
The Board has monitored advice on the COVID-19 virus from the CDC, the State, the City of Medford, and UUA. For the safety of our congregation, we’ve decided to … read more.
In 2019, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford received a generous donation from the estate of Janice Brenner. In May of that year, the congregation voted to establish a scholarship fund in the amount of $4000 to honor Janice Brenner and her parents, including her … read more.