All services are held Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m., unless otherwise noted.
“Is This a Joke?” Easter service led by Rev. Erika Hewitt.
Children's Programming: Special Easter egg hunt
“What More Did I Think I Wanted” with guest minister Rev. Charles Stephens. Last year was an abundant “mast year” in Down East Maine. The trees were heavy with acorns and pine cones. Such abundance has and continues to provide an abundance of food for wildlife. There are internal rhythms within the natural world, of which we are a part: both boom and bust. Natural rhythms have existed for countless eons but it depends upon us to help keep the rhythm balanced
Children's Programming: The Dory Story
Guest speaker Tom Handel of the Nagaloka Buddhist Center in Portland. Nagaloka is part of the Triranta Buddhist Community, a school of Buddhism designed specifically for Westerners. Tom is a Mitra, a teacher, and frequently leads Dharma talks at the center. He was a longtime resident of Newcastle, and former director of Mobius in Damariscotta.
Children's Programming: The Elders Are Watching
"All Creatures Great and Small — Intergenerational Animal Blessing" with Rev. Erika Hewitt. In this Blessing of the Animals, we’ll allow our pets to relax at home. Instead, please bring a picture, memento, or other symbol of an animal that you love — be it your pet or the animal that speaks to your spirit. We’ll celebrate all creatures of the Earth, seas, and skies, examining the gifts they bring to our lives.
Children's Programming: Today is a multi-generational service. All children attend worship.
MUUF Sunday Service Cancellation Notices:
In the event of a cancelled service, the MUUF phone line will have a message alert at 315-1628. Cancellation notices will also be posted on our MUUF Facebook page, and an e-mail will be sent out to those on the e-mail list. Also, watch WMTW (Channel 8) and WGME (Channel 13) for notice of cancellations.
If you are not sure if you are on the e-mail list please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will verify or add your address to the list.
“Special Places” by Courney Belolan. There are different places in the world that connect us to different parts of our own lives, as well as to the greater web of life. Visiting these places can have the power to transport us both deep into ourselves and far outside of ourselves.
Children's Programming: Julia Butterfly Hill -- Saving the Redwood Forests
Stay tuned for details about our Beltane/35th Anniversary Celebration!