UUCOC Events Calendar

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Sunday Services

Journey to a New Church

There is both prose and poetry in the life of our liberal faith tradition. It calls us, not only to dream of human improvement, it expects us to create a sanctuary where joy abides – where justice-seeking becomes real. It calls us all to a spirited, eclectic feast, filled with fun.

Our Sunday Services begin at 10:00 am.

February 23rd
What Our Church Means to Us

Several members of our congregation will take the pulpit to share their observations.

March 1st

March 8th

March 15th
Got Hope? Climate Change’s Effects on Our Economy, Food & Water

What are the impacts of climate change, and what can we do about it?  This presentation and interactive discussion will help answer these questions.  Come hear an explanation of the causes of climate change and its impacts on our economy, health and food and water supply as well as the huge threats to our future.  Most importantly, we will share HOPE, because each of us has a role to play to ensure that our country’s future well-being and yours are healthy and sustainable.  You will see that we have the tools already to change our trajectory.  Discussion will follow the presentation.

Ariel Hoover is an educator, grandmother and environmentalist.  She grew up in Mt. Holly on a farm which helped set the course of her life as an environmentalist and now as a spokesperson for Climate Reality.  Recently retired as an instructor at Tufts University, she has been a teacher in public schools for most of her teaching career.  She was trained by Al Gore and climate scientists in Pittsburg in late fall 2017 and in Atlanta in March, 2019 as a Climate Leadership Corps member along with 1,500 people in 2017 and even more this spring from all over the world. Her talk and training were non-partisan.  She is committed to helping all of us understand the issues and to showing how we, (yes, each one of us!) can make a difference in this epic battle to save life on earth.

March 22nd


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Logistics of Sunday Worship:

Refreshments are available in the lobby before the service. Chiming bells at 10:00 am call everyone to the sanctuary — and you are welcome to bring your coffee and snacks! Our services generally follow a regular order of announcements, hymns, readings, sharing of joy and sorrows, sermon, and offeratory. They often include a "dramatic moment" or special music. We have members of all ages at UUCOC — singles, couples, and families. We encourage everyone to sit wherever they are most comfortable. A nursery is available in the Hope building and is staffed on most Sundays. If staff is not available on a particular Sunday, parents are welcome to use the nursery and listen to the service via our speaker system.

After the service, adults are encouraged to stay for "Talk Back" — a great chance to share your thoughts, and hear what others think, about the sermon topic and more. 

Youth are invited to join our religious exploration classes, which begin at 10:00 am in the Hope Building.


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