Oct 25, 2015: Sermon: “Guiding Us Upon Our Way” by Rev. Sara Huisjen
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the incorporation of our church in 1865 in Ellsworth. Over the years, we have been blessed by the leadership and service of many ministers. During this worship service, we will revisit some of that history, and we’ll celebrate two beloved former ministers, the Rev. Mark Worth and the Rev. Charles Stephens, by honoring them as Minister Emeritus of our congregation. With Bob Dickens, Worship Associate, and special music by Heidi Powell & Richard Hsu. This is a Plate-Split Sunday – half of the offering will go to a local charity.
A special reception will follow worship to celebrate Rev. Charles Stephens and Rev. Mark Worth becoming Minister Emeritus of UUCE!
The world is changing toward a future both exciting and at times terrifying. How do we use our liberal religious tradition to think globally and act locally? Jim Fisher, PhD, MRP is a member of the Ellsworth UU church. He has dedicated much of his life to improving the quality of our natural and built environment, creating healthy communities and sustainable environments. He will be departing shortly for a year working on economic development in Colombia.
From Nan Lincoln’s article “Our Residents in Their Own Write”, published in the January 1999 edition of the Bar Harbor Times
This article appeared in the Sept. 1968 edition of Viewpoints, the newsletter of the Northeast District.
From the October 1967 edition of Viewpoints
, the newsletter of the Northeast District.