SOMESVILLE UNION MEETING HOUSE, UCC

An Open & Affirming, Just Peace Church on Mt. Desert Island, Maine


WELCOME TO SOMESVILLE UNION MEETING HOUSE, United Church of Christ


WORSHIP SERVICES

Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
 
Sunday School follows the Time with Children in the worship service.

Communion—First Sunday of the month.

Rev. Victor C. Stanley, Pastor

The church is located at 1136 Main St. (Rt. 102), Mt. Desert. For a map and directions, click here and enter your starting address.



Please visit us on Facebook for more news and photos from our many community events. ALL ARE WELCOME!

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SUMMER PIE SALES!
Wednesdays from noon until the pies—and quiches!—sell out

AUGUST 2016—
Celebrating the Gift of Acadia each Sunday


AUGUST 7, 10:30 a.m.
Worship Service
focusing on our relationship with the earth and soil.
Guest musicians:
Kelley Farm Folk Ensemble

The bulletin for July 31 is
now available.


 The UCC Calendar of Prayer is updated daily with scriptures and reflections.
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OPEN HANDS - OPEN MINDS -
OPEN HEARTS

We are an Open & Affirming Congregation.
All are welcome!
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OUR COVENANT

We covenant with God and with one another and bind ourselves in the presence of God to live together in all God’s ways as they are revealed to us through our faith in Jesus Christ. We declare ourselves to be an Open and Affirming congregation as set forth in the Open and Affirming Statement approved by the Church membership January 28, 1996. We pledge our welcome to all persons of every race, age, marital standing, gender, economic status, nationality, and sexual orientation into the full life and ministry of this community of faith, including membership, leadership and employment. We declare ourselves to be a Just Peace Church as set forth in the Resolution approved by the Church membership on January 27, 2008. We join hands and resources with our sisters and brothers in the United Church of Christ and all other persons who commit themselves to be living witnesses for justice and peace.