Sunday Service this week will be at Blueberry Cove in Tenants Harbor !

This is part of our Annual Church Retreat.

Join us!  

There will be NO Sunday Service at Church.  

BLUEBERRY COVE CAMP
22 Blueberry Cove Road, St. George, ME 04860.
Tel: 1-207-372-6353

Directions: From Thomaston at the Knox Mansion (Montpelier), take US Route 131 towards St. George/Tenants Harbor.

Follow Rt.131 through the town of Tenants Harbor.

Continue to follow Rt.131 toward Port Clyde (The road veers to the left).

Take a left turn onto Harts Neck Road, a short way after the ball field (10.7 miles from Rt. 1).

Blueberry Cove Camp is located at 22 Blueberry Cove Road.

The driveway is on the left about 0.5 miles
down Harts Neck Rd.

New to You Clothing Sale!

Great prices on clothing for men, women and children. Be sure to check out the Boutique Section! Shoes and Accessories too!

The public is invited to shop for gently used clothing at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Rockland on Saturday June 10th from 8AM to 2PM. There is clothing, shoes, and accessories available for Men, Women, Children, in a variety of sizes, styles, and seasonal options. There will also be a special “boutique” area that has more formal wear, business attire, and other unique items. All clothing is in great, gently used, shape, but priced to offer the opportunity to fill out your wardrobe!

Admission is free, cash and local checks only please. Unitarian Universalist Church of Rockland is located at 345 Broadway. Parking is available in the lot behind the church and across the street in the lot by the old MacDougal School; please do not park along the street. FMI: 594-8750

COURSE ON WOMEN’S THEOLOGY AT FIRST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH

Cakes For The Queen of Heaven: In Ancient Times, a five session course in women’s theology, will be offered at the First Universalist Church in Rockland on Wednesday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 PM beginning April 26 and ending May 24.  There is no cost, but registration is required.

Did our ancestors once revere a Divine Female? Did women once share power and respect equally with men? Were some very early civilizations peaceful? Cakes For The Queen of Heaven is about exploring the meaning of these questions, this new mythic story, for our personal lives and our society today.  Our exploration is grounded in the Ancient Near East, Old Europe, and Western culture. We will bring our historical discoveries into our time together through ritual, song, story. and the creation of sacred objects.

Cakes For The Queen of Heaven: In Ancient Times is a new version of a venerable Unitarian Universalist curriculum that has enriched the lives of several generations of women.

The course is for women and will be facilitated by Lucie Bauer, Linda Zeigler, and Krista Meinersmann.  For further information or to register, call Lucie Bauer at 975-7043.