The interim period following the end of one ministry and preceding the beginning of another provides the breathing space during which a congregation can review its goals, assess its programs, consider the quality of its life in common, and “tune up” for a new era. … read more.
Author: Richard Fritzson
The Rev. Christine Robinson will be (virtually) filling our pulpit three times a month for the next 7 months. She lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she is the Minister Emerita of the First Unitarian Church, a church she served for nearly 30 years before … read more.
As we all know by now, Rev. Neal Jones will be leaving us at the end of December. Because of COVID-19 we were unable to have a party celebrating his ministry with us. Many people got a chance to say goodbye to Neal during coffee … read more.
August heat may be behind us but November Here Comes the Sun Auction is coming.
Come one, come all to this year’s warm and wonderful auction from the comfort of your own home!
Bidding starts Saturday, Nov. 7th at 9am with our Silent Online Auction items. The … read more.
September 20, 2020
Coping with Covid Committee (“CoCoCo”)
Proposed Guidelines for “Reopening” MLUC for In-Person Events
All discussions of any proposals, plans, criteria, and guidelines for … read more.
August 31, 2020
Nora Rasman, WI Organizer
What a weekend. It’s an all hands on deck moment – from the streets and our neighborhoods to online actions and canvasses – and we need you to join us as we support folks registering and voting safely in … read more.
August 28, 2020
We are hearing from many of you loud and clear: we are ready, what can we do?
To which we answer: Hallelujah! Let’s go!
We have a lot of ways you can help, this week and in the weeks to come. After Labor … read more.
Neighborhood Love Notes
Chalk messages of radical love, inclusion, and protest at Main Line Unitarian Church!
Last week the church lost a tree during the windstorm. The tree fall resulted in a loss of power (since restored) and a loss of internet (still out).
The tree was located close to S Valley Forge Rd at the edge of the upper parking lot. … read more.