• Music as a Channel of Joy January 31, 2016 Malita Brown will share with us how music can be a channel of joy.
  • The Power of Laughter January 24, 2016 Roy Brown will speak on the power of laughter.
  • TBD January 17, 2016 TBD.  Religious education and childcare is available every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month. Preregistration is encouraged.  For more information, please contact religious educator, Ginger Furey.
  • Aging and the Golden Years January 10, 2016 Shirley will share her perspective on the process of aging and how to do it with joy. Shirley joined UUPM in 1953!
  • Why They Died and Why It Matters January 3, 2016 John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and Robert F. Kennedy:  Why They Died and Why It Matters.  Religious education and childcare is available every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month. Preregistration is encouraged.  For more information, please contact religious educator, Ginger Furey.
  • Annual Poetry Service December 27, 2015 This annual service is a beloved tradition. All are invited to come and share their favorite poetry. Those who just wish to listen are equally welcomed!
  • Candlelight Service for all Ages December 24, 2015 Feed your soul by taking time out for a traditional candlelight Christmas Eve service at 6:30pm. Honor the ancient story and its meaning in all of our lives today.  The service will be officiated by Rev. Rebecca Bryan.
  • The Blessings of the Darkness December 20, 2015 In this Winter Solstice service, Rev. Rebecca will lead traditional Quarter Calls as inspired by a reformed Wiccan priestess.  A powerful combining of winter ritual and turning toward the light. Join us for Rev. Rebecca's final Sunday service, including special musical presentations by the UUPM choir and flutist Aaron Pilarcik.
  • The Many Voices of the Divine December 13, 2015 In the winter issue of our “UU World” UUA President, Rev. Peter Morales, asks us to question ourselves thus, “What does my spirit need right now?” As a ministerial candidate I contend we need to listen deeply to the voice of the Divine in our day-to-day lives and in the lives of those surrounding us.
  • The Bestseller We Keep Rewriting December 6, 2015 Rev. Rebecca and Geoff Post will lead the service based off of one of Chet Raymo’s columns from the Boston Globe.  Geoff will share what his parents told him was the most important story any of us need to know.
  • Special Gratitude Service November 29, 2015 Join us as we extend the gratitude of Thanksgiving into our work for justice and peace in the world.
  • We’re All In This Together November 22, 2015 Lay leader Malita Brown will explore the role that income inequality plays in our country.
  • Iowa Sisterhood: Lessons on Membership November 15, 2015 Between the years of 1880 and 1930, twenty-one women changed the course of Unitarianism.  What they did has much to teach us about what it means to be part of a religious community, and why it is so important.
  • Inequality and Morality November 8, 2015 One person’s opinion of what constitutes inequality, its scope, whom and what it affects. What is our moral obligation to correct the problems it creates?
  • After The Storm November 1, 2015 We’ve all been through storms in our lives.  How do we not only survive, but thrive before, during and after such times?  Rev. Rebecca preaching.
  • Rev. David Moquin, Spiritualist October 25, 2015 Enjoy one of our favorite speakers! David returns to UUPM.
  • Service and Play: Life’s Necessities October 18, 2015   Come for a morning of fun and service.  Rev. Rebecca discusses the legacy of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee while exploring the role that service and play have in all of our lives. This is also “Guest at Your Table” Sunday and Halloween costume parade and party for kids!
  • How We Came to be UU October 11, 2015 All of us have our own journey to Unitarian Universalism. Mary and Tonia share their stories. How they came to be UU and what it means in their lives. Guest pianist Christina Richard will perform.
  • Life as a Journey October 4, 2015 Rev. Rebecca will share on one of the most important things in her life.  What she thought was a curse. How it turned out to be a huge blessing and gave her new ground to create the life she wanted. Guest pianist Christina Richard will be playing the "Gigue" from Bach's French Suites.
  • Covenant and a Humble Dance Among Giants September 27, 2015 Laura Geoghegan Kellner is a seminary student at Andover Newton Theological School and is an aspiring Unitarian Universalist Minister. Unitarian Universalism comes from many sources and our clergy speak from different traditions and Laura comes from the Druid path.  
  • “Who Did U Say U are?” September 20, 2015 Come learn more about Unitarian Universalism...  What do we believe...  How do you know if this might be the place for you?  Rev. Rebecca will be sharing more about our UU faith, her journey to ministry and to our parish.
  • Opening service and Water Communion Sunday September 13, 2015
    Join us for our first service to welcome our new minister, Rev. Rebecca Bryan!
    Water Communion is a Unitarian Universalist tradition where each person pours water into a common bowl.  This simple yet powerful ritual reminds us of why we gather and what community can offer us all.