Our mission is to nurture spiritual growth, engage in justice, and love joyfully, without limits
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.
MUUF member Jayne Gordon shares her experience of loss, love, and learning in this sermon based on a life-changing family tragedy five years ago.
Jayne Gordon is a lifelong UU, a former member of the First Parish Churches in Lexington and Concord, MA. Her love of … read more.
Martin Luther King Day events in the Twin Villages
Once again, our partner organization, People United Against Racism, will be facilitating several Martin Luther King Day weekend events, January 19 and 20.
The events start with a special showing of the movie Backs Against the Wall: The Howard Thurman Story, Sunday, January 19, at 2 pm at the Lincoln Theater in Damariscotta. There will be a post film discussion led by Andrew Fenniman, director of the theater.
The highlight of the weekend will be a MLK Day Community Multi-Faith Service at the Second Congregational Church in Newcastle at 6 pm the same day. Music provided by community choirs.
As always, on Monday, Martin Luther King Day itself, there will be a Day of Service event with Lincoln Academy. Gather at the Second Congregational Church’s basement at 9 am to participate.
Finally, there will be a special MLK Day Anti-racism Vigil at 12 noon, immediately following the Day of Service, in Veterans Memorial Park, next to the Second Congregational Church in Newcastle. Bring your own signs, or pick one up inside the back door of the church.
Climate Change Films to Inspire Hope and Action
Join us for the showing of two locally produced films: 1) Climate Justice Stories (20 minutes); and 2) Maine Roadtrip to the Future (climate solutions, 15 minutes).
Saturday, February 8, 2020 10:00am - noon
Porter Hall at Skidompha Library, Damariscotta.
Join filmmakers Andy Burt and Charlie Hudson for a discussion afterward about local actions you can take. And learn more about opportunities provided by a new solar law in Maine.
FREE and open to the public.
Presented by the Social Justice Committee of Midcoast Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. If event is cancelled due to weather, the new date will be Saturday, March 21, 2020.
For more information, contact Susan Borg at . Join the fun!
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