Speaker: Miriam Epskamp

Miriam Epskamp (she/her) served as UUCC’s Director of Religious Education (DRE) from 2006 to 2015 and rejoined our community in that role in 2019. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience working with young people from pre-school age to young adults and, as a nearly lifelong Unitarian Universalist (UU), a firm understanding of UU principles and theology. With the help of the youth, their parents, and other adults, Miriam strives to cultivate unique and engaging religious education programs that allow the children the ability to experience, explore and build their own personal religious frameworks and build community in a loving atmosphere. In her free time, Miriam enjoys cooking, gardening, canoeing, and spending time in the company of her grandsons Ethan and Eli.

At the Welcome Table

Unitarian Universalists have two annual traditions that are celebrated this time of year: the Guest at Our Table offering and Bread Communion. Today, we’ll incorporate both into our celebration as we reflect on how we experience love through sharing in community and in sharing with … read more.

Principles and Purposes

Miriam, our Director of Religious Education, will share what she learned at General Assembly about the work of the Article II Study Commission and their mission to propose revisions to our principles and purposes and how it might impact our congregation as we seek to … read more.

Carry the Flame

All in-person Services and Religious Education Classes and Events have been CANCELED until further notice.

Online Services will be live-streamed via Facebook on Sundays at 10:00 AM.  Video recordings of services can be found on YouTube.  

As our church year comes to an end we take time to celebrate … read more.

SERVICES SUSPENDED

The UUCC Board and Minister decided the evening of March 12 to suspend church services for at least the next few weeks, to help stem the rate of infection spread from Covid-19. We will re-evaluate at our next board meeting, April 6. Here is a copy … read more.

Social Justice Sunday

Our Unitarian Universalist faith is often described as having deeds, not creeds. On this multi-generational Social Justice Sunday, we will roll up our sleeves and work together and put our faith in action to help Ministry with Community, a local service organization that strives … read more.

Draw the Circle Wide

Our Director of Religious Education, Miriam Epskamp, will help us explore the challenges and blessings of ‘Welcoming’. The children and youth will join us in worship. There will be a POTLUCK following the service hosted by the Stewardship Committee.