We are a summer-only congregation, with inclusive worship services on Sundays
through July and August in a beautiful historic church building.
However, we do schedule some events during the rest of the year.
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The 2014 Summer Season has begun! Click here for the most recent newsletter.
Letter from Our Minister, Rev. M’ellen Kennedy
Dear Friends and Members of the Washington UU Church,
I’m so looking forward to our summer together. I love the Washington church! It’s with enthusiasm that I return to what is my seventh (or is it eighth?) summer with You. And we have a great summer in store with wonderful worship services, guests in the pulpit, guest musicians, potlucks, small group discussions, volunteer opportunities, films, sing-alongs, and book discussions. Please see the June newsletter for more info and details. I hope to see You at many of these activities. This summer, I invite You to re-imagine church with me –grounded in the transforming power of Love, rooted in our Universalist and Unitarian tradition, and relevant to who we are and what we long to create today in terms of spiritual community. See You at church!
Letter from Our President, Sue Stukey
Welcome, to Summer 2014 at the Washington Unitarian Universalist Church! Sunday services this year will begin on Sunday, June 22 and continue each Sunday morning through August 31. As always, worship begins at 10 am, and we are delighted to welcome back the Rev. Dr. M’ellen Kennedy as our minister. We will continue our custom of a pot-luck brunch on the front lawn after every service as we celebrate being together.
This summer will be an exciting and interesting one, as we start thinking “outside the box” in the way we conduct our worship…looking for ways to celebrate the “Heart” of Universalism and Unitarianism in new and engaging ways. M’ellen and I will be going to General Assembly this June, and we’ll be attending as many workshops and worship services that address some of the new and intriguing methods of “doing church”.
This year, Becky Webber will be providing childcare upstairs in the loft during services. Becky is a familiar face to those who attend the Montpelier Unitarian Church during the year, and we are so very glad to have her with us this summer.
We will continue with our occasional Spiritual Film Series, Small group discussions, Sing-a-Long evenings, perhaps another hike in the hills, and are beginning some new initiatives with the Washington Summer Food Program.
Summer in Washington: connection with our local community, connection with each other, and with the love that flows through all creation. Come and let’s worship together!
Hope to see you there!
Sue Stukey, President, Pro-Tem
Washington Unitarian Universalist Church
No matter the season, please check out our webpages,
especially those with resources for ongoing spiritual development,
including our page on Compassion, the one with other relevant links,
and the one with info on Retreat centers in Vermont.)
Whether you are “un-churched,” Christian, Buddhist, Earth-centered, Humanist, Jewish, Hindu, Muslim, Agnostic or UU (Unitarian Universalist), if you wish to share reverence for life and commitment to spiritual growth with a group of open-minded and open-hearted others, please feel free to join us!
Young Adult Potluck and Friends on the Path Exploration Group -
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