Rev. Patricia Hatch is coming to Maine! This is her first stop on “Patricia’s Family History Preaching Tour!” She will be at the UU Meeting House, Pittsfield Maine, Sunday, June 16th. The Universalist Church was the congregation of her great grandparents, Flora and Dennison Walker, and their five children. Pictured is her grandmother, Ethel Walker, taking a photo of the church before significant renovation around the turn of the twentieth century! Her sermon is entitled, “Homecoming Inspirations.”
We are so delighted to share this wonderful news! The sun is shining again at the Pittsfield UU Church! Rev. Jess Tardy’s path to UU ministry is unique in that she is an interfaith minister. Modeling collaborative leadership, she and her partner, musician Ed Arnold, create a magical and sacred space for all present. What a blessing for this congregation, and for our UU Faith Tradition!
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Book Group will meet Wednesday, May 17th evening-time 6:00pm-8:00pm.
This month’s featured book:
Join us to discuss Thich Nhat Hanh teachings on practicing peace in our everyday lives.
If Mother’s Day is difficult for you, please join us Saturday, May 13th 7:00pm-9:00pm at Twinkle’s Place where all your emotions will be held in sacred space.
Mother’s Day is incredibly difficult for many women.
Women who have had challenging circumstances with their own mothers.
Women who have difficult situations with their children.
Women whose mother’s have died.
Women who carry pain in their hearts daily having had their child or children die.
Single or divorced mothers who share their children with another parent in less than ideal circumstances.
Single mothers who carry the full responsibility of sole-parenting all by themselves.
Stepmothers who struggle to live up to their stepchildren’s expectations.
Biological mothers who worry that they are being replaced by their child’s stepmother.
Adoptive mothers who carry concerns about biological mothers reappearing in their children’s lives.
Women who are estranged from their children.
Women who have miscarried children.
And all manner of modern day family situations that create complicated emotions for women.
Women who would dearly love to have children, yet are infertile.
Women who have chosen to not have children, yet mother in many ways.
Join us as we gather in ritual to honor who we are, and where we are, on our journeys.
Saturday, May 13th 7:00pm-9:00pm