Upcoming Service

The Myth of Centrality

Today we are returning to First Parish in Concord, MA, as virtual guests at our UU siblings’ Sunday Service. Note earlier time — 10 a.m.! Important note: This service requires advance registration. To register, click: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RrURKQc9R0i6Eq33dVbf6A

Does Your Garden Love You?

Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of Braiding Sweetgrass, asks whether we have a reciprocal relationship with the land that gives us so much. Many of us, impressed by her recent talk in Greenfield, met afterward to explore questions that may be relevant to our UU Society. We invite you join us as we ask:

  • Could we establish ceremonies or rituals that would help us deepen our attention to the land and our intentions to restore it?
  • Could we partner with groups representing indigenous people, such as the Nolumbeka Project?
  • How can we bring about more awareness of local indigenous cultures, such as by adopting historical indigenous names of places in our community?
  • Shall we support the return of the land of the New England Small Farms Institute to on Bay Road in Belchertown Native Americans?

Attention Curious Families!

Check out our Director of Religious Education's blog to find out what the children's program is up to.


 

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