Event Series Worship Service

In the Interim

Church 25 South Main Street, Middleboro

Rev. Peter Connolly preaching We are now in the second year of a 2-year interim ministry. Today, we'll take some time to assess where we are as a congregation, the plans in place to ensure a smooth transition to our next chapter as a church and a look at the landscape for "church" in the 21st century. Special music provided from the Chalice Choir singing an anthem version of There Is More Love Somewhere arranged by Clif Hardin.

Event Series Religious Exploration

Religious Exploration

Church 25 South Main Street, Middleboro

Volunteers:  We need people please!  I’m looking for a few loving and caring people willing to sit with our children on Sunday mornings for RE to teach the curriculum with me.  We rely on   CORI’d people/volunteers to provide safety and learning to the children downstairs each week. Don’t be surprised if you get an email or call asking for help!  You can also let the DRE know you are interested during the service, coffee hour or by email/phone call! OWL:  Our Whole Lives is for youth ages 12 - 16.  We have 3 leaders - Kelly Lownds, Greg Stevens and Katie Melchior

Congregational Meeting

Sanctuary 25 South Main Street, Middleborough

Those who are full members of the First Unitarian Society of Middleborough, Massachusetts, as of October 5, 2023, are requested to meet in the Sanctuary on Sunday, November 5, 2023, at 1:00 p.m. to transact the following business:

OWL Meeting

Church Parlor 25 South Main Street, Middleboro

OWL:  Our Whole Lives is for youth ages 12 - 16.  We have 3 leaders - Kelly Lownds, Greg Stevens and Katie Melchior - sharing the responsibility and privilege of teaching OWL to our youth.  There is still time for youth to join the group if interested!  We start today, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m., and every other week afterwards 12:30 – 3:00 p.m. in the Parlor. Kelly Lownds

Saving Democracy: Tyranny of the Minority

Harvard professors Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt discuss their recent book and offer a coherent framework for understanding these volatile times. They posit that we are at a crossroads: America will either become a multiracial democracy or cease to be a democracy. Sponsored by First Parish Concord and Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice. A hybrid event on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2023, 4:00 pmLive at First Parish Concord and live-streamed on Zoom Click here to register for the Zoom event

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