UUCMCNJPress release from Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth County

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth County is growing! This inclusive, progressive and caring congregation is expanding its Sunday services and religious education programs starting September 7, 2014. The new times are 9 am and 11am, and all are invited to visit.

Participants at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation gather every week to create sacred space and time in their lives for reflection and celebration. With diverse, vibrant music and inspirational messages taken from many traditions, the community, led by Reverend Virginia Jarocha-Ernst, learns to grow in love and spirit. Services last approximately one hour. You do not have to be a member to participate.

Children and youth are invited to the religious education program, regardless of religious background or present beliefs. At UUCMC, congregants strive to create an atmosphere that respects and values individual differences. Each person learns from one another and is enriched by the variety of religious and cultural experiences shared together. Both the services and religious education programs are followed by a social hour with refreshments and good conversation.

UUCMC is a welcoming, diverse, non-creedal religious community seeking spiritual growth in a just and peaceful world. The mission of UUCMC is to create community, transform ourselves and transform the world.

This may be the home for you if you are open hearted and curious; if you want to be of service; if you are seeking spiritual and intellectual growth for you and your family, or if you value the support of a caring and inclusive community.

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth County is located at 1475 West Front Street in Lincroft, NJ. For further information, please call the UU Congregation’s office at 732-747-0707 or visit us on the web at uucmc.org.