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We are a caring spiritual community of adults and children in the heart of Maine's beautiful Midcoast region, freely gathered to nurture the life of the spirit. We strive to stand as a beacon on a liberal religious path, to challenge one another in the search for truth and beauty, to embrace diversity, to advance peace with justice, and to celebrate life with joy.
If you are looking for a loving, spiritual community where you can be inspired and encouraged as you search for your own truth and meaning, please join us. We meet every Sunday morning at 10:30 in downtown Damariscotta, Maine at the Skidompha Public Library, Elm Street entrance.
Worship Associate: Bob Whitmire
In these times, we live within an extremely diverse theological landscape. The term “sacred” may or may not have meaning for us as a society, at least within a spiritual context. MUUF Board member David Bilski explores his personal journey on the … read more.
From Bob Whitmire, on behalf of your Sabbatical Team:
Dear members and friends.
Rev. Erika Hewitt is on sabbatical and will return to the pulpit May 31.
Rev. Mark Glovin is former minister of Rockland First Universalist Church, and will provide emergency pastoral care while Rev. Erika is away. Our sabbatical team has agreed on a process for contacting him, and so we’re asking Fellowship members to reach out to our Caring Team if they need assistance. Our Caring Team will decide whether, and when, to call upon Rev. Mark.
While Rev. Erika is away and out of contact with us, the life of the Fellowship and your spiritual lives are in capable hands. Your board of trustees, worship associates, sabbatical team, caring team, as well as others such as Director of Religious Exploration Carney MacRae, are all working hard to identify opportunities for growth and development within the Fellowship.
Rev. Erika’s sabbatical is when we breathe deeply, hold hands, and take a broad leap of faith into the deeper meanings, responsibilities, and joys of shared ministry when the minister herself is out of touch for an extended period of time. Personally, I’m finding this both challenging and exciting, and I hope you will, too.
You will read and hear much more about this in the weeks ahead. We are close, we are strong, and we’ve got this.
Respectfully in faith,
Bob Whitmire, ,
MUUF Board of Trustees
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Snow Cancellation Policy
Fellowship cancellations will be posted on our Facebook page and website. We will notify the Portland television news channels if there is no worship service. Please check these official channels rather than calling our minister to ask whether worship is happening.