As we ready our hearts, minds, spirits and bodies for sanctuary re-entry on July 11, I wanted to share a few important logistical details that you may have been wondering about.
Well, we did it!
As our gardens and fields turn to their full summer green, it is fitting that our Sunday text (Mark 4:26-34) presents us with two agricultural parables of GodÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s kingdom: scattered seed and mighty mustard plants.
As the vision and direction for our project have become increasingly clear, the project team thought it time to settle on a name that would reflect the future neighborhood of homes and open space we hope to achieve.
Someone shared with me this week that the summer months (June, July & August) are like the days of the weekend (Friday night, Saturday, and Sunday).
Last week in worship, I shared on behalf of the re-entry team our current plan for church reopening: indoor and live-streamed worship in the sanctuary beginning July 11.
Spring has come to Chittenden County!
It was wonderful to join in a meaningful MotherÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Day worship experience last week and to see several folks during our afternoon open house.
For years, UCU has had a medical supply ministry, collecting and redistributing light-weight items that make the transition from in-patient care to life at home more manageable.
The UCU team continues to work diligently toward purchasing the field behind the church and planning for its development and preservation.