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Monte Vista UU

 

Service Every Sunday 10:30 AM

 

 

9185 Monte Vista Avenue
Montclair, California 91763
(3 blocks north of the 10 Freeway)

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Phone: (909) 626-0520

Monte Vista Unitarian Universalist Congregation is located 30 miles east of Los Angeles.
We are a Welcoming Congregation, appreciative of diversity.

We are Freethinker Friendly: we provide a welcoming community for people with atheist, agnostic, humanist , and other non-theistic world views, and also include Pagans, Buddhists and those of other religious traditions.

We hope you will find a spiritual home with us.


MVUUC’s New Minister: Reverend Maggie Yenoki!

Rev Maggie

We are pleased to announce that Reverend Maggie Yenoki is our minister at Monte Vista Unitarian Universalist Congregation!

Reverend Maggie Burbank Yenoki is an Interfaith Minister whose ministry includes her calling as a Death Midwife and Transition Guide.

She relocated to Southern California from Syracuse, NY in the fall of 2012 after receiving her Master of Divinity degree from Drew Theological School in Madison, NJ.

Rev Maggie has completed intensive study of The Art of Death Midwifery through Sacred Crossings in Los Angeles. She is a member of the National Home Funeral Alliance, and is an advocate, supporter, and cheerleader for the movement toward open conversations on Death, Home Funerals, and Green Burials.

She and her husband George enjoy living out their UU faith with passion in all they do. Most of their days are focused on the life and times of their beloved family and first grandchild (who arrived in early August) and their little Yorkie, Sophie.

Upcoming Sunday Worship Services

  • Sun
    01
    Mar
    2020

    Finding a spiritual community where we can sense our place of belonging is a treasure that many people are searching for. Those of us here at MVUUC claim that very sense of belonging as a gift we’ve found here. We are indeed fortunate that from our youngest children to our wisest elders, our covenantal relationships with one another provide our souls with a place to call home. Let’s celebrate how our roots in this congregation can bring about that sense of belonging for ourselves, for each other, and for those who may come to belong among us in the future.