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.
Happy New Year!
We’re halfway through our UUSA service schedule, which means we’ve done a lot and we still have a lot of learning, fun and worship to do. The elementary children will continue to learn and grow together through stories, mindfulness activities, art and … read more.
Many hands make light work! Join the Meetinghouse Committee for our Fall Building Workday. Please mark your calendars for Saturday, October 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (we may end sooner if all the work is done!). Volunteers will wash and/or paint walls that … read more.
My seatmate leaned over as the bell chimed for our first service of the new year. “Where is everyone?” I looked up and the sanctuary was only about a third filled. “Maybe it is because we are in transition,” I speculated. By the time … read more.
Many thanks to all who helped with the Stone Soup Bazaar and Café. It was wonderful to have so many UU’ers pitch in to make the day go smoothly and help shoppers feel welcome. An added bonus is always the opportuni-ty to be with … read more.
Save the date! Join our Green Sanctuary Committee for the Climate March in Springfield on April 29, coinciding with national and international climate marches that day.
Communities all over the country will march to demonstrate their concern for climate change. The primary march is in Washington … read more.
Did you know that we have a Home Stay program at the UUSA?
Each fall and spring members of our congregation open their homes to visitors bringing their sons and daughters to UMass or one of the colleges for the first time, or visiting them on … read more.