Author Archives: UUCE

Sunday, January 6, 2019, “In the Space Between Before and After”, Rev. Sara Hayman

When things in our lives are difficult, how do we help ourselves to see through to what may still be possible? How do we get better at responding verses reacting to challenges? How do we broaden our perspective and stay more open to possibilities? Drawing wisdom from the Buddhist practice of mindfulness, in this service […]

Sermon, April 15, 2018: “Saying Goodbye to Make Room for a New Hello”, Rev. Sara Hayman

There’s a story that been living with me as I’ve prepared for this Sunday. It’s a story about a little boy living in a village. Every day he goes out into the woods and forest. His parents worry about him – there’s danger out there, thieves, possibly; something could happen? “Why do you go?” his […]

April 5-May 3 (Weds) 2-4pm – Cakes for the Queen of Heaven

Cakes for the Queen of Heaven How would your life have been different if, when growing up, the divine had been imaged as female? “Cakes for the Queen of Heaven” is a woman-honoring adult religious education curriculum of feminist theology that examines pre-Judeo Christian cultures that worshipped the female as divine. The concepts of equality […]

Jan. 26, 6pm – PASA Sponsors film “Fix It: Healthcare at the Tipping Point”

PASA Sponsors “Fix It” Maine All Care will be showing the film “Fix It: Healthcare at the Tipping Point” at UUCE on Friday, January 26, 2018 at 6 pm. (A snow date of February 2 is planned.) After the film, there will be a panel discussion on universal healthcare in Maine led by Hancock County healthcare providers […]

February 9, 6-8pm: MaineTransNet Program

MaineTransNet Program at Ellsworth Church The Unitarian Universalist Church of Ellsworth (UUCE) and MaineTransNet (MTN) will be co-sponsoring a workshop on Friday, February 9 (snow date: Friday, February 16), from 6:00 to 8:00pm entitled “Tour for Trans Allies” at UUCE at 121 Bucksport Rd., Ellsworth. This program is free. For additional information, please email: Quinn […]

Aug 3, “The Revolution Will Be in G Major”, Jim Fisher

Religion and society are in constant flux, interacting as partners dancing in spirals. Some religious and social movements are ponderous while others take dramatic and even violent leaps. Music provides us with a lens into the maelstrom of change, measuring progress, provoking action, giving solace and building unanimity. We will think and sing about music […]

Easter Sermon, Apr. 8, 2012: The Promise of Resurrection in our Lives

On this Easter Sunday, in most Christian churches around the world, people celebrate the bodily resurrection of Jesus as Christ. How do we, 21st century Unitarian Universalists, enter into this story? Where does resurrection happen in our lives & the world? Rev. Sara Hayman Click the link below to download a text of this sermon: […]