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GCS Summer Camps

Throughout June and July, GCS has been hosting summer camps on campus. Here are some pictures from the summer camps. 


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For August only, the meeting will be on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. 

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In lieu of this Sunday's service, we will be gathering online only via Zoom to offer comfort and support to each other in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. Please join us as we come together in community to share our grief, trauma, and offer consolation.

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The Sunday Order of Worship, with virtual stones, is available here.

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Living Into Generosity

Testimonials From Members - Why I Became A Unitarian Universalist

John E. Fischer
"We joined UUCFM two years ago... looking for both a church and a community. We have found the community at UUCFM warm, caring and loving."

From The Weekly Communicator...

Bill Brewer Family Gardens 

Gardening Season Starts on October 1st!


The BB Family Gardens and the Holton Eco Preserve are now being cared for on a daily to weekly basis. This means the grass and the thick weeds will be maintained regularly. 

Aesthetically, the gardens and preserve will look more inviting. 


The goal is to have every bed rented with happy gardeners enjoying the beautiful land on the campus. 


There are new fees that vary upon circumstance.

UUCFM members will receive a discount. 

Everyone is welcome and no one will be turned away.

Perhaps gardening isn't your thing.

You can still get involved by donating or sponsoring a bed.

There are several ways to arrange this. 

For instance, you can sponsor a bed and request that a variety of flowers are grown. 

These flowers can be donated to a person(s) in a local Assisted Living Facility, simply to make someone smile. 

You can donate a bed to someone in need. 

Maybe a couple of friends or a group would like to share a bed.  

That's just a few of ideas of the many options. 

More information in the upcoming weeks. 

If you are interested in renting a bed or have questions about donating or sponsoring, Contact Brooke at




This Day in Unitarian Universalist History

  • This Day in Unitarian Universalist History September 30

    The Potter Church in New Jersey (rebuilt 1841)

    1770 – John Murray, an émigré from England, preached his first Universalist sermon in America when his boat ran aground at Cranberry Inlet, New Jersey. There he met Thomas Potter, who had been waiting for God to send him a preacher with a message of universal salvation. This occasion is often used to mark the beginning of Universalism in America. Read more about John Murray at: - the digital library of Unitarian Universalism.

    The post September 30 first appeared on Harvard Square Library.

Testimonials From Members - Why I Became A Unitarian Universalist

Rose Klein
"I first found out about UU when attending a union leader talk at UU church in Detroit, Michigan."

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