Make America Cake Again

We welcome back Rev. Jennifer Pader as guest speaker as we continue this year’s theme on the exploration of the second UU Principle. We’ll look at the fascinating history of some utopian communities in New England (including a famous Unitarian attempt at paradise on earth). What did these groups have in common with MMUUF as “beloved community”? Where did they fail and where did they triumph? Come walk into the space of ritual and celebration, idealism and interconnectedness this Thanksgiving season!

Rev. Pader, M.Div., STM, LMSW was the Affiliate Minister for Pastoral Care of the Fourth Universalist Society in the City of New York. Jennifer has led several services for MMUUF over the last couple of years.

Sunday Service – Passing Judgment

Unitarian Universalist congregations affirm and promote seven Principles, which we hold as strong values and moral guides. The second principle is justice, equity and compassion in human relations. Bill Sessions, Senior Judge of the U.S. District Court for Vermont, in this Service titled “Passing Judgment,” will speak about how this principle is reflected in his career as a Judge.

Sunday Service

This Service will introduce the theme for several of this year’s Services – the second principle of the Unitarian Universalist Association; Justice, equity and compassion in human relations.

Faith to Doubt

Reverend Roddy O’Neil Cleary, former UU minister for the Burlington UU Church, is our guest minister this week.

Gathering of the Waters

After our summer break, we return to Services this week. This Service will be our annual Gather the Waters, when we share meaningful moments from the summer. You may bring a small container of water to join with the water of others in a common vessel.

Coming Of Age Service – 9:30am

This special Sunday we will celebrate Coming of Age for two of our teens.  We will hear from them about their spiritual journeys and hear special thoughts and wishes from their families and friends. All are invited to offer your own thoughts and wishes during the Fellowship response. Following the service, we will enjoy a potluck … Continued

Understanding & Dealing with Fear

It’s been a banner year for fear. Recently, there’s been an abundance of fear-driven responses to world, national and local events. In this UU Sunday Service, we see that fear leads to other emotional responses, and blocks us from engaging in rational discourse and decision making. Understanding fear can be the first step in keeping it … Continued

From A Place of Abundance

In this Sunday service, Jenn will share reflections on abundance, scarcity, poverty, wealth, trauma, resilience and the dignity and worth of contribution. Jenn is a lifelong UU who has nurtured her spirituality at 9 different UU fellowships and churches. She has been a member of Mount Mansfield Unitarian Universalist Fellowship for over a decade.