This month's worship theme is Beauty.

JUNE WORSHIP SERVICES, 10:30 A.M.

Sunday, June 2 – I Am Your Child
Anne Ossanna, Worship Leader
Sara Hayman, Worship Leader

Please join us for an All-Ages Worship Service as we celebrate our R.E. offerings, honor our children, and acknowledge our volunteers who guide our children in their faith formation. 

 

Sunday, June 9 Annual Three-Church Worship Service at 86 Court Street, Castine 

Pick-up Choir at 9:30 a.m. in Castine. Come, join in the fun and sing with other UUs! Fellowship after the service! 

Rev. Dr. Jodi Hayashida preaches, drawing from her experience as a part of leadership in Maine’s Chapter of the Poor People’s Campaign.
** Please note: there is no worship service at UUCE on June 9 ** 


Sunday, June 16 – Flower Communion Sunday
Rev. Sara Hayman, Worship Leader
Amy Fiorilli – Worship Leader
Karen Volckhausen, Worship Associate

All are invited to bring a flower to share in this year’s Flower Communion Service. Come celebrate the unique beauty and strength of each of brings to being a part of our covenanted faith community. Please be aware, this is the last Sunday, Rev. Amy Fiorilli will be with us as Intern Minister this year! 


Sunday, June 23 – A Midsummer’s Service: The Beauty of Fairy in Faithspace
Charles Betancourt, Worship Leader

Join us as we explore the magick of the Fairy Tale and how it corresponds to the Holy Day of Midsummer. From Sleeping Beauty to Snow White to Robin Goodfellow, we will worship this sacred sabbat through the lens of the Fae. Come explore the possibility of what a little fairy tale can add to your faith path. 


Sunday, June 30 – Celebrating Beauty in People 
Rev. Sara Hayman, Worship Leader
Cecily Judd, Worship Associate 

You’ve heard the adage, “Pretty is as pretty does?” What do you think makes someone a “beautiful” person? How do we nurture, see, and celebrate beauty in ourselves and in others? In this service, we’ll reflect on these questions and lift up the life of one particularly beautiful person who recently died, Jean Vanier, founder of L’Arche communities in France and the world over. 

Sara Hayman

Reverend Sara Hayman has been affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ellsworth since 2007. Our UUCE congregation ordained her in January of 2008 as a community minister serving as hospice chaplain with Hancock County. In August of 2011, Hayman transitioned into parish ministry and began serving UUCE as its part-time and later full-time contract minister. In January of 2015, UUCE voted unanimously to invite her to serve as our congregation’s called minister.