If you have been visiting for awhile and would like to learn more about Unitarian Universalism and about how UUCR works, please mark your calendar and plan to join us!
hosted by Nancy Holland and Dick Hawkins. No need to RSVP; just come to the church, a beverage or dish to share in hand, and we will do the rest!
The public meeting to launch the James Taylor Lynching Remembrance Coalition (“JTLRC”) will be on October 20, at 4 p.m. at Sumner Hall. Will Schwarz, President of the Maryland Lynching Memorial Project, and Maryland Lynching Truth and Reconciliation Commissioner, Marshall F. Stevenson, Jr. Ph.D., will be speaking. Click HERE for a press release about this … Continued
Fri, Oct 11, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. at UUCR — Friday Conversation with Rev. Sue. October’s topic is “Belonging.” We gather in the lounge (the room next to the sanctuary with the couches) and begin with a few possible questions on the theme. Everyone has a chance to share a story or reflection, as they are comfortable, … Continued
Sat, Nov 9, 9:30 a.m. — 12 noon, “Orientation to UUCR.” If you have been visiting for awhile and would like to learn more about Unitarian Universalism and about how UUCR works, please mark your calendar and plan to join us!
Sun, Sept 8, 2 p.m. — Help Graves UAME Church celebrate the burning of their mortgage! UUCR made a contribution to help the church pay off their mortgage and now they have invited us to join the festivities: Graves United African Methodist Episcopal Church, 102 Big Stone Road, Millington, 21650.
Fri, Sept 6, at 7 p.m., and Sun, Sept 8, at 4 p.m., at the Bookplate, 112 S. Cross St., Chestertown: “Mueller in Chestertown,” a play exploring the Mueller report and its ramifications, as performed by local actors. Learn more by calling the Bookplate, 410-778-4167.
At the home of Barbara and Dick Doughty.6380 Bell Creek Rd., Preston, MD 21655 This is a pot luck dinner with yard games, kayak, canoe, and music.for more information contact Ann Davis 302 593-2914 or email@example.com
‘Religion-Why Bother?’ We are well into the 21st century and are witnessing a marked decline of those identifying with any religious tradition. Is the role of religion in society dying? If so, are we concerned? Why or why not? Come and share ideas around the topic on August 15 at 7 pm. Members, friends and visitors welcome! We’ll … Continued
Thursday, July 11, 2019 7-830 p.m. Click HERE for flyer Come and share ideas around the theme ‘The Power of We.’ Who do we count as ‘we’? When does this matter? This was the centering theme at the UU Association’s General Assembly (‘GA’) held in Spokane, WA in June 2019. On July 11 we’ll begin with … Continued