Mailing Address: PO Box 435

Waterville, ME 04903-0435

uuwtvladm@gmail.com

(207) 873-4006

Universalist Unitarian Church of Waterville, Maine

    

69 Silver Street

Sunday 10 am Multi-platform Services

will resume on September 11th

 

        

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Sunday 10 am Services 

are 'On Vacation' until September 11th 

 

 


 

September 11 - Water Communion - Rev. Twinkle Marie Manning

 

September 18 - The Wisdom of the St. Francis Prayer - Dennis Perkins

Forgiveness as power; identification as love.

 

September 25 - Rev. Twinkle Marie Manning
 

 


 

Weekly Gatherings

 

  • Tuesday Discussion Group:  The Tuesday Discussion Group has decided to take advantage of summer to have a vacation.  We will start up again on Tuesday, September 13, at 11 AM.  Please join us then for good conversations on interesting topics.

 

  • Wednesday Arts & Crafts:  11 am - 1 pm each Wednesday via Zoom.  FMI, contact Kathy McKay.  Zoom link: 

 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89427138856?pwd=MDV0ZDRSSUsxc08raXQxN1F3VkpjQT09

 

Or by phone (audio only)l: 646-558-8656. For some set-ups you might need: Meeting ID: 894 2713 8856  Passcode: 696243

 

  • Thursday 10 am Men's Coffee Group:  10 am each Thursday.  Weather permitting, meets at Fort Halifax Park through the summer and fall. All are welcome. FMI, contact Ray Winship at rwinship@roadrunner.com

 

  • Friday Meditation Group: 9 am each Friday.  The church door is unlocked by 8:50 and we gather in Averill Parlors. A few minutes after 9, we head upstairs to sit for 40 minutes.  FMI or to get on the email reminder list, contact Rachel Marsh-Sachs at zone4color@gmail.com.
  • Friday Women's Group:  11 am - 1 pm each Friday via Zoom or sometimes outside at Ft Halifax.  FMI,  contact Claire Prontnicki.  Zoom link:

 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/598624260?pwd=cEtpMnFaTThSZDB0M0NNOHlMUmpOUT09

 

Or by phone (audio only): 312-626-6799. For some set-ups you might need: Meeting ID: 598 624 260  Passcode: 54321


Tuesdays & Fridays, 3 to 4 pm 

 

ESP is serving a limited menu from 3 to 4 pm on Tuesdays and Fridays.  Food service takes place outside to reduce contact during the pandemic.  We are serving a bagged meal of four sandwiches and whatever else we have to give.  All are welcome!

 

For alternative food sources please see:

 

- Waterville Area Soup Kitchen

- Waterville Food Bank

- Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter

- Winslow Communty Cupboard (including Stone Soup Cafe)

 


Assistance through Starfish Village Ministry

 

The UU Church of Waterville does not currently provide direct financial assistance, but contributes to the Starfish Village Ministry of the Waterville United Church of Christ.  To inquire about assistance with food, housing, etc., please contact the on-call minister at 207-509-1494 or maureenausbrook@gmail.com.

 

Additional Resources:

- General Assistance, Waterville:  207-680-4226, One Common Street, Waterville

- KVCAP (Kennebec Valley Community Action Program): 1-800-542-8227

- Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter:  207-872-8082, 19 Colby Street, Waterville


WELCOME!

 

We are a welcoming and inclusive community of faith.  We are home to the spiritual-but-not-religious, to the religiously unaffiliated, to current and former members of other faith traditions, and to life-long UUs.  We believe in the divinity of the human spirit.

 

Our faith is rooted in The Seven UU Principles.

 

Please explore our site, and reach out to us if you have questions or would like more information.  We hope that you will find something meaningful, something to feed your spirit, something that speaks to your heart and nourishes your soul.

Watch this video (1 min 45 sec) for a taste of Sunday mornings at the Waterville UU Church.


 

* Multi-Platform Services

In Person or Zoom 

 

Our multi-platform services allow you to attend In Person (masked) or via Zoom at your own discretion.  Next scheduled service: September 11th.

 


 

Current COVID-19 Advisory Highlights:

 

  • All members and friends are strongly urged to get vaccinated and boosted.

  • Indoor Protocols: Masking is strongly recommended, as well as physical distancing, good hygiene, limited eating and drinking, using the air purification machines (in Averill Parlors), and opening doors for ventilation. See July 2022 advisory, below, for details.

  • Understand that you are in the church at your own risk.

     


Community Anti-Racism Rally - 6/1/2020

Over 200 people gathered on "The Point" on June 1, 2020 to protest racism in response to the murder of George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota.


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