Making a Public Statement on Black Lives Matter

Fred Hulting, Board President

The Board recently received a proposal for UUCM to make a public statement regarding Black Lives Matter, to be accompanied by a banner outside the church.  Per our By-Laws, this statement must be approved by the congregation at a special meeting.  Below I will discuss what will happen and how you can get involved.

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New Book in Our Little Free Library: The Color of Law

This Friday, January 15, a handful of copies of Richard Rothstein’s The Color Of Law: A Forgotten History Of How Our Government Segregated America will be added to our Little Free Library (near the main church entrance), courtesy of Hennepin History Museum. Check out this link for more information on this book. Could be a great excuse to stop by the building and walk the grounds 🙂

Invitation to Join the Racial Justice Group at UUCM

Monthly Online Meeting: Third Tuesday at 6:30 PM
The Racial Justice Group at UUCM is a subcommittee of the Social Justice Team. If you want to take action lifting up Racial Justice in our church community and the wider communities we live in, please join us! Please contact Kate Flom at for more information and to request the monthly Zoom meeting link.   

Minister’s Message 1/13/21

This week’s message shares a shortened version of the five smooth stones of liberal religion. Rev. Lisa reflects on the continued need for moral and prophetic imagination in our nation today and the hope that our commitment to the practice of democracy will continue to build the world we dream. In addition, click here to view one of the UUA’s written resources on the five smooth stones.

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Click on the picture above to view Rev. Lisa’s weekly video message.