We are part of a big movement, a life-celebrating, earth-sustaining, caring-for-humanity, justice-making, faith- exploring movement. As part of the family of Unitarian Universalist faith communities throughout the region, nation, and world, we have opportunities to meet and learn from UUs in a variety … read more.
New England springs are wondrous fickle. There are days, even a week or so, that almost make the winter worthwhile, only to turn surly and March-like the next. We are ready for the sweet, true warmth of June well before it arrives, ready to put … read more.
Spirit of Life, this day our hearts are with the Muslim community of Christchurch, New Zealand, as they recover from the horrible attack upon them during their most sacred hour of worship. We pray for those who were killed and for their grieving families. … read more.
We had a nice little break in the choir from singing in service for two weeks in a row (unheard of!) in February. Thanks for the time off on the 17th and thanks to Carolyn Holstein for taking the steering wheel for the day. Like … read more.
The RE program is going strong!
We should all be thankful for Jacy’s strong preschool program because we are seeing some very happy little ones joining on a regular basis.Our elementary program has a consistent crowd, and beginning in January and running through to April, we … read more.
We have started our pre-candidating weekends. We had a minister here from Friday night until Sunday afternoon in February, and we will host two more ministers in March.
As a reminder, here is a brief summary of our schedule after February:
March: Continue weekend visits with … read more.
The Board has embraced the idea of Task Forces—small teams convened for a short time to address specific issues or challenges. Unlike a committee, these task forces have finite goals, although a committee or ongoing initiative might grow from their work together. Currently, in … read more.
I know that not all of us are members of “Red Sox Nation,” as the dedicated followers of the Red Sox have named themselves, nor for that matter, baseball fans of any description. Many are those who pay no attention whatsoever to the day in … read more.
Your Ministerial Search committee is working hard these days. We have read Ministerial Records, listened to a multitude of sermons, and done Skype interviews. We have also had many discussions about the ministers who expressed interest in our congregation, choosing the strongest applicants for our … read more.
We are pleased to announce a new member to the already awesome bass section of our choir. Abe Gelbein is a recent transfer Unitarian Universalist from other parts, and he is a wonderful addition. We thank him and welcome him to the choir!