Archives: Testimonials

Robert Hayes

Raising my son in the loving embrace of the UUCM was one of the best decisions I ever made. Though he has not attended for some time now, we still talk about its members regularly with a warmth and an affection that will undoubtedly never fade. Thankfully, we share a deep sense of belonging to … Continue reading Robert Hayes

Andey Amata

This is a very welcoming community. When I, my former partner, and my son—all of us misfits in one way or several—walked in here, the friendly acceptance was palpable. Also, we are small and flexible enough that a few people with some energy can make a difference. You can speak up about your vision and … Continue reading Andey Amata

Mary MacNamee

We came to UUCM 30 years ago seeking a community to support us in raising our children to develop a strong moral compass and a meaningful spiritual life. We found that and more. We continue to reap the benefits of belonging to a beloved community that supports the growth of its members of all ages … Continue reading Mary MacNamee

David Concepcion

[in response to the question, “Why do you pledge?”] I pledge because I want to support the community that has supported Sophia and me for so many years.

Carolyn Cronin

[in response to the question, “Why do you pledge?”] UUCM accepts me wholeheartedly; pledging is one way I give back.

Michael Glenn

[in response to the question, “Why do you pledge?”] It might sound clichéd but this place means a lot to me and I want to see it survive and thrive.

Brendan Shea

Melissa and I first came to UUCM four years ago.  I immediately felt welcomed by everyone at the church and knew that this was a supportive and loving community.  We’ve been coming nearly every week since then, and my Sundays don’t feel complete without it. Beyond fostering my spiritual growth, I’ve found opportunities to get … Continue reading Brendan Shea

Dana MacNamee

My first memory of this church is of nervously arriving here with Mary and our three very young, active and often noisy children.  I was anxious about our kids annoying folks, but instead, we felt warmly welcomed, and even appreciated, throughout the service.  For the past 20-plus years your warm welcome has never faltered, and … Continue reading Dana MacNamee