The Work Continues Even When the Building is Closed

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 MEETINGHOUSE ONLINE

The Springfield UU Meetinghouse is continuing to function at full tilt on-line! We have had many meetings, groups and services on-line using Zoom these past months. It’s wonderful to stay connected. At the on-line “Tea Time” I hosted, the ten of us who were on the call enjoyed seeing each other and sharing stories and experiences. We were finding a lot of silver linings in the current changes. One person said she missed being with people and it was heart-warming to be able to see and talk with her friends electronically. The technology has been such a great blessing that has enabled us to keep going. – Rev. Mellen Kennedy

We’ll be posting Zoom links to our services and events below in the designated sections.

Information for joining our Zoom services:

Online: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6130779853

By Telephone +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)

Meeting ID: 613 077 9853


“Nurturing the Spirit, Healing the World”

The Unitarian Universalist Church in Springfield has been a voice for liberal religion for over 200 years.

We are a welcoming and supportive community for people of all ages. We value the open mind and encourage each person to question and develop their own faith. We love a warm heart and generous spirit. Together, we seek the creation of a more loving and just world, and aspire to live sustainably on the Earth.


Weekly Sunday morning services at  10 am on Zoom.

  “My Healing Hands” with Bet Bailey

February 28

Bet will talk about how she got her gift of healing, what its like to be a practitioner, and what its like to receive this healing.

A Springfield, VT, Charlestown, NH resident for over 40 years, Elizabeth (Bet) Bailey loves her 3 grown children and several grandkids. Active in 4-H, Cub Scouts and a deaconess in Acworth, NH Church, Bet has also worked at Women’s Supportive Services, area newspapers as a journalist, Exec. Asst. at Fort at No. 4 Museum, and Asst. Mgr. at Brooks Pharmacy. She has been doing hands on healing for over 35 years. She is a gardener and naturalist. She has been studying PTSD for a number of years.

  Join us on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6130779853
Or by phone, dial  +1 646 558 8656 US
Meeting ID: 613 077 9853

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Friends on the Path Discussion Groups

Have you been taking stock and looking to connect with what’s important in your life, with people who share a desire to delve deeper, with time to listen to your voice within?  Perhaps a Friends on the Path Group would fit the bill.  Each group meet on-line twice a month (one group meets weekly).  We have four groups each of which offers an opportunity for friendship, support and spiritual growth, in an open, non-coercive environment that allows us to explore the challenges and the gifts of these times. These interfaith groups are open to everyone and facilitated by a trained leader and have a set of relational ground rules to create a safe, respectful environment.
Hope You’ll join us as we explore how we can create a beautiful, just, compassionate, sustainable world together.  In each meeting, we explore a different topic, including spiritual practice such as gratitude, forgiveness, being in nature, prayer,  meditation and more. Not sure if a group is for You? Chat with Sharon Mueller sharonm@vermontel.net or Rev. Mellen mellenken@aol.com. Open House group on Wed. January 6 at 3 pm hosted by Sharon on the theme of Learning to Celebrate.  Join us: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6130779853
Dial in: +1 646 558 8656    Meeting ID: 613 077 9853


Events

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Services