Monte Vista UU






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
Online Sunday Service

We invite you to participate in our virtual and vibrant weekly Worship hosted on Zoom during these days we are all staying-at-home. 

Our Sunday morning worship is our online place to be together each week that brings each of us an opportunity to breathe, sing, and simply be together. We pray, we laugh, we wonder, we question. ​We bring our celebrations & compassions together as one in our online sacred space. All are welcome, wherever your life journey is taking you now…

Please contact our office for the Link and Password.

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Submit your Question:

I Have a Question email link

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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.

Our Minister RevMaggie, our Lay Leaders, and Music Director 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

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

Upcoming Virtual Sunday Services

  • Sun
    Celebrate UN Sunday

    Catherine Rowlee, Lay Leader
    Lily Popova, Music Director
    Working in the Office of the Ombudsman for the United Nations Funds and Programmes often means being with International Civil Servants when they perceive incompatibilities between the aspirational values as described in the UN Charter, and the realities of working in hierarchical organizations with flawed humans.  The work of the Office supports these colleagues through informal means as they navigate how to make decisions in this context.  Tamar Gur will share about how she came to work in the United Nations, the work that she has been doing for the past couple of years, and how working in the United Nations has helped her grow as a conflict resolution practitioner.
  • Sun
    The Dark Time of the year us upon us, and we invite you to join in exploring its beauty and significance with Dr. Margaret (Maggie) Froelich as she speaks to us on "Embracing the Dark."
    Maggie has been a polytheist and a Pagan for two decades. She was a regular face at MVUUC CUUPs for eight years, while she worked on a PhD in New Testament and Christian Origins at the Claremont School of Theology. She's a druid in the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids, and she writes academic research (which has been published) and fiction (which hasn't yet).
    Maggie brings a unique and clear-eyed perspective on these challenging but potentially meaningful times.
  • Sun

    Our shared experience of life in these most unusual days has us doing all that we can to safely bring a post-election outcome filled with positive change.

    We are more than ready to turn the tide.

    As we gather this week, we’ll reflect on our sure-footed path through the times ahead of us. Together, we are stronger, more passionate peacemakers.


We look forward to meeting together in person
when the Covid-19 ‘Shelter at Home’ order has been lifted
and we no longer have to ask ourselves if it is safe to gather together.
We will know when it is time.
Until then, we connect by mail, phone, online technology,
and in our hearts…