About Our Services
Midcoast Unitarian Universalist Fellowship meets every Sunday morning, year round. We have a half-time minister, Reverend Erika Hewitt, who leads services on average of twice a month and provides pastoral support to our members. The remaining services in the month are lay-led, featuring a wide array of guest speakers from every walk of life, speaking on topics of faith, justice, social issues, the environment, community, and other topics meant to inform, enrich, promote dialog, and encourage action.
We meet at 10:30 a.m. in the Porter Meeting Hall at Skidompha Library in downtown Damariscotta. There is ample parking and the facility is fully accessible to individuals with mobility challenges.
Selected Sermons by Rev. Erika Hewitt
The following are some notable sermons Reverend Erika has delivered from the pulpit at Midcoast UU Fellowship over the past months. Please note this list does not include many of her regular sermons, because she often preaches from notes or extemporaneously, but always with inspiration.
- How to Be Uncomfortable (June 10, 2018)
- The Power of Our Principles (May 27, 2018)
- Why We Forgive — And Why We Don’t (October 16, 2016)
- And Still We Rise (Easter 2015)
- Whispers and Murmurs
- Bolts From the Blue
- The Five Smooth Stones of Liberal Religion
- Can You Say Shibboleth?
- What Do You Believe About God?
- Dear Dimitri…
- You Might (NOT) Be a UU If…
- Remember When Your Cup is Empty
- Seeing with New Lenses
- Towards Shame-Free Communities