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and live justice into the world.


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the amazing offerings at this year’s auction!

Long-distance proxy bidding is available for those who cannot be present at the auction event.  Point of contact: Margaret Thurston, mhthurs@gmail.com_____________________________________________________________________________

WORSHIP SERVICES: This month’s worship theme is Perseverance

Sunday, February 4: “Racism and the Rigged System”

Rev. J. Mark Worth, UUCE Minister Emeritus, Worship Leader
Carol Rosinski, Worship Associate
Potluck Following Worship

It’s been said, “We need more than one Martin Luther King, Jr., sermon per year.” So here’s another. During the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump repeatedly said “The system is rigged.” If that is true, who does it favor?

Videos on Transgender Issues
Please plan to return to the Sanctuary following potluck on Sunday at 12:45 to view two short videos sponsored by the Welcoming Renewal Task Force. These videos focus on transgender issues. The first is titled Just Call Me Kade, about a child who was declared a girl at birth but by 18 months was making his parents understand that he was a boy. This video is 28 minutes long. The second video is titled No Dumb Questions. The beloved uncle of three little girls is becoming Aunt Barbara, the woman she knew she was. After the transition, Aunt Barbara visits her nieces. This documentary was made about the family’s support and Aunt Barbara’s visit. This video is 24 minutes long.

Sunday, February 11: “. . .Nevertheless she persisted!”

Robin Lovrien, Worship Leader 
Robin will lead us in an examination of the power of perseverance.

Congregational Conversation about Our Sabbatical! 
Mid-Maine YoUUth Monthly Meeting in Belfast 2:30-4:30 p.m.! 

Sunday, February 18: Perseverance is well and good but life and love are complex.

Marta Rieman, Worship Leader
Marta will share with you her painful and difficult experiences in inviting her beloved mother to live with her for the end of her life. 

Sunday, February 25: What it takes to get back up!

Rev. Sara Hayman, Worship Leader 
New Member Recognition Ceremony during worship! 

A part of building the capacity to persevere through difficult experiences is to strengthen one’s own resiliency. How do we do that, as individuals and in community? 

UUCE Youth Group from 12-1:30 p.m. 


Photo Highlights from Last Month

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For information, contact Haydée Foreman, choir director, at haydeeforeman@gmail.com or 207-266-3872.


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