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

Contact Us
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.


Monte Vista UU Congregation
invites you to join our
Virtual Sunday Service

Please check your email for the special Zoom link for Sunday Service.

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Covid-19 Update:

With both compassion and wisdom for the best care of our Congregation, and in response to directives from national healthcare centers and the UUA, the MVUUC Board and Rev Maggie announce that our Sunday Services, Religious Exploration, and all other gatherings are cancelled until further notice.

Working with a team of Ministers in our area, RevMaggie and Lily Popova will be using technology to create ways we can stay closely connected and care for the Spirit of Life within us all during this time of uncertainty.

Brynda Jones, MVUUC Office Administrator will be in during regular hours and is available to respond to your calls, and forward your messages.
email: officeadmin@montevistauu.org
call: 909.626.0520

RevMaggie:
email: minister@montevistauu.org
text or call: 626.205.4458


Upcoming Virtual Sunday Services

  • Sun
    23
    Feb
    2020

    The encouraging future of UU congregations as witnessed through the eyes of a former UU High School district youth leader.

    Speaker: Paula Campbell
    Lay Leader: Catherine Rowlee

  • 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.

  • Sun
    08
    Mar
    2020

    In honor of International Women's Day, Professor Dengu-Zvobgo, daughter of Zimbabwe, will share her experience and insights about women's engagement in education, mentoring, restoration and micro-credit programs in Africa.  Kebokile also teaches classes in Gender and Feminist Studies. Her research interests are in women and the law especially human rights.

    Julie Steinbach, Lay Leader

  • Sun
    29
    Mar
    2020

    "From my perspective, liberal religion is very much alive and as an apologist for liberal religion and process philosophy, I am finding more and more allies in various religions especially in the lives of people who consider themselves "spiritually fluid people.” - John Fahey

    Get to know our Presenters:

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We are looking forward to meeting together in person
when the Covid-19 ‘Shelter at Home’ order has been lifted.