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Welcome to our Spiritual Community

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Welcome to the Unitarian Church of Montpelier. We have been a religious home for open-minded Vermonters since 1864. We are an inclusive congregation welcoming all people-- of all ages, classes, ethnicities, genders, physical abilities and  sexual orientations--into our community.

Services are held weekly beginning the first Sunday after Labor day and ending the second Sunday in June. Worship and church school are held Sundays at 10:00am. Office hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Braille and large-print hymnals as well as listening devices are available for Sunday services.

Did You Know? February 1, 2015

That Peter Thoms, our UCM Historian, wrote a brief history of our church that is included in the congregational packet that is made available to potential new ministers? You can read this history by clicking on the site highlighted in the Weekly Announcements dated January 25, 2015. By reading Peter’s history you should be able to solve the following problem. Fact: the Church of the Messiah had 10 ministers. Fact: The Unitarian Church of Montpelier has had 6 ministers. But our church has had only 15 different people serve as ministers. How is this possible? See Peter or stop by the History Table Sunday for the answer.

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Our Mission

We welcome all
as we build a loving community
to nurture each person's spiritual journey,
serve human need
and protect the earth, our home.

Welcoming

welcomingUCM has been acknowledged for welcoming the LGBTQ community.  Read more about the UCM status as a Welcoming Congregation or about this status at the UUA website.

What are UUs?

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Unitarian Universalists celebrate diversity, have a rich tradition, and covenant and affirm to promote seven principles.

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Visiting UCM

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Find some practical information about visiting UCM.

UCM Sermons

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Click the link below to listen to recordings of sermons delivered at UCM.  You can listen online, or download the podcasts.

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