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Make it So: 2020! 

More than 400 of MDUUC’s members have engaged in the process of visioning the future we want for our community.  We unanimously voted as a congregation to Make it So by the year 2020, affirming that MDUUC:

Will be:

  • exuberantly multicultural
  • supportive of families and multigenerational

Will provide:

  • inspirational worship, restorative spiritual practices, and
  • put our values into action, by working for justice.

We will power this work with:

  • communications for connection, and
  • expanded and sustained stewardship.


Summit September 22, 2018

Make It So Summit

In September 2018, 60+ MDUUC council conveners, members and MDUUC’s board of trustees gathered to review progress thus far on our path to 2020, define gaps to fill, resources needed and next steps to make our vision ‘so.’

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MDUUC Make it So Summit Flip Chart Recap

Workshop May 6, 2018


50+ members and leaders of committees, councils, ministry and board of trustees gathered in the sanctuary to define next steps in three focus areas. recapping Make it So progress to date, the questions we addressed in breakout groups, in this important step toward more collaborative work through the lens of our make it so goals – what would make facilities more family-friendly?  How might we create the envisioned culture of stewardship, where giving – of time, treasure and talent – is a rite and expectation of membership? What information or resources are needed to move forward?

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Workshop October 7, 2017

Vision to Action

60+ Leaders of committees, councils, ministry and board of trustees gathered to connect and sync and work on skills and personal transformation needed to be radically welcoming. We’re early in the arc to our goals, but have clear teams, leadership and now come together to learn, strengthen our (radically hospitable) skills.

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Vision to Action Snippet Summary

Special Chalice Lighting


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