Updated November 22 2019
Somesville Union Meeting House
United Church of Christ
An Open & Affirming, Just Peace Church
1132 Main St, Mt Desert, ME 04660 (207) 244-9260

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

Communion—First Sunday of the month.

November Worship Theme: Giving Thanks
Nov. 24 - Thanks for the Present Moment

December Worship Theme: Emmanuel/God With Us

Dec. 1 - Promise
Dec. 8 - Preparation
Dec. 15 - Purpose
Dec. 22 - Person

We welcomed our Intentional Interim Minister
Rev. Dr. Janet Adair Hansen
 November 1, 2019

Rev. Hansen received 
her BA in Religious studies from the University of California, her Master of Divinity degree from Duke and her Doctorate of Ministry with spiritual emphasis from the San Francisco Theological Seminary. She was ordained at the Santa Fe Presbytery in 1982, and is fully credentialed in intentional interim ministry through Princeton Seminary. 

Rev. Hansen held pastoral appointments in Texas, New Mexico, and Wyoming and Texas, before moving to New York as the full time settled  pastor of the Christ Community Church in Cortland. She also served as a coordinator for a denominational eco-justice conference in South Carolina, a nursing home chaplain in Wyoming, and campus minister in NM.  After nearly 18 years in Cortland, she retired in 2018. She spent a year for rest and travel, most recently working at Yellowstone National Park. Then she felt that God was calling her to do intentional interim work.

Rev. Hansen has depth of life long experiences and was described by references and parishioners as being 
passionate about social justice issues, intelligent, articulate, good humored, balanced, energetic, creative, a steward of nature and unifying. 

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 The UCC Calendar of Prayer is updated daily with scriptures and reflections.


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


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.