Upcoming Services

MLUC holds one service each Sunday from 10:00-11:15 a.m. unless otherwise noted.worship

 

July 7: WWWWD (What Would Wise Woman Do?)
Rev. Gabriele Parks
Music: Danton Arlotto, piano
Recently retired from the UU Congregation of York, Reverend Gabi is looking back on her wonderful, difficult, fascinating, challenging, and endlessly surprising life. Recognizing that the success of her ministry was not so much due to book learning or seminary teachings, but rather due to her accumulated wisdom. But what exactly are the sources of our wisdom? And how can YOU become wise? 

July 14: What Shall We Do About the Wolves in the Walls?
Rev. Alison Cornish
In an eerie and vividly illustrated children’s book, The Wolves in the Walls by Neil Gaimen, Lucy thinks she hears wolves living in the walls of her house. When she tells her family, they say, “Well, you know what they say: ‘When the wolves come out of the walls, it’s all over.” This provocative story explores truth-telling from many angles. Come join us in exploring what ‘truth-telling’ means in the world of climate change! Rev. Cornish is a UU minister and the Executive Director of PA Interfaith Power & Light, which seeks to be a faithful steward of creation by responding to global warming through the promotion of energy conservation, energy efficiency, and renewable energy.

July 21: Flashed Before My Eyes
Rev. Kent Matthies
Attending the memorial service of a loved one or dangerous situations can highlight life’s value and fragility. How can we muster that focus with more regularity? Why would we want to do that? Rev. Kent Matthies is the minister of the Unitarian Society of Germantown.

July 28: Crucial Questions for Cantankerous Times
Rev. Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins
Music: Danton Arlotto, piano
Rev. Dr. Wright-Riggins will explore Biblical and African American core convictions that are helpful in navigating the current stressful social landscape. Rev. Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins is the first African American mayor of Collegeville and a former CEO of the American Baptist Convention.

August 4
Rev. Donald Garrett

August 11
Rev. David Hunter
Dave lives in White Horse Village in Newtown Square. He retired from full time ministry after serving the UU Fellowship of Fayetteville, Arkansas from 2006 to 2011 and has served as a consulting minister for the UUs of Gettysburg since 2012.

August 18
Rev. Gabrielle Kennedy

August 25
Rev. Dr. Neal R. Jones