Category: Worship

New Church Year

September 10 marks the beginning of the 2023-2024 church year at UUCM with the Water Communion/Ingathering service beginning at 11:00 am. This year we are returning to a pre-COVID tradition of taking a Congregational Photo.   Weather permitting members are encouraged to come about 10 minutes before 11 and stand in front of the front doors … Continue reading New Church Year

UUCM Covid Policy

Welcome to our church! Individuals attending services in person at UUCM are strongly encouraged to be vaccinated and, if eligible, boosted; and masks are optional. People who are not vaccinated are welcome but are strongly urged to wear a mask.

We Have A New Minister!

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 can officially welcome to our Congregation Rev. Bruce Taylor. You … Continue reading We Have A New Minister!

Looking for a new Minister

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford is searching for a new part-time minister. We are looking for someone to lead Sunday services that are vibrant and meaningful. We also value a minister who is able to spend time with us during social hour (after every service) and can offer pastoral care. We realize that a … Continue reading Looking for a new Minister

Rev. Marta to lead Sunday Worship at General Assembly

The UU Church of Medford is proud to announce that our own Rev. Marta will lead the largest annual gathering of UUs in worship at this year’s Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly in Spokane, Washington on Sunday, June 23, 2019. General Assembly, or GA, is the annual meeting of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), the … Continue reading Rev. Marta to lead Sunday Worship at General Assembly

A Message from the Board Chair

Hi everyone! I hope you are enjoying the beginning of spring. I’m excited about the overall energy within the church, which I think is exemplified by the fantastic services that we’ve had, and the wonderful events which have happened recently (such as the very fun Family Dance) and are planned (such as the Easter Breakfast … Continue reading A Message from the Board Chair

Covenant FAQs

Why are we holding Covenant Writing Sessions? As Unitarian Unversalists, our religion is a covenantal one; that is, we do not have a creed we subscribe to, but we agree to covenant with each other within our church. Covenants are living things – they come alive by the act of fulfilling them and periodically checking … Continue reading Covenant FAQs