Week of Events
Deadline to Submit Auction Offerings
VIRTUAL HOLIDAY AUCTION FUNDRAISER Friday, November 24 - Friday, December 8, 2023 Deadline to submit offerings is Sunday, November 12! Back by popular demand, we're once again planning a holiday fundraiser centered on crafts and services. It's a chance to pick up some great items, be creative, connect with others, and have some fun! We're seeking offerings that might include: - Handcrafted and other items/gifts for sale - Craft classes or do-it-yourself craft kits/materials - Gift baskets, gift cards - Meals, treats, baked goods - Help with end of year/holiday preparations - winter storage, decorating - Help with shopping, transporting
Rev. Peter Connolly preaching Faith is a puzzling word for some of us--many of us, maybe. Today we will look at what we may meaningfully call "faith" and how it can help us move forward in our spiritual journey. Special music will be provided by a Family Choir singing “Ours Is a Simple Faith.” The choir is open to all, with a rehearsal before the service at 10:00 sharp! The more the merrier.
RE Children's Classes: This week we continue thinking about where animals live and share a funny tale about a farmer and a rabbi. We will work on a puzzle and dig deeper into what animals need to make a comfortable home for themselves. Nursery Care: Niko Pucillo-Dunphy and Jesse Hoyle offer child care during the church service. Please feel free to bring your infants and toddlers to have fun with Niko and Jesse while you are in the sanctuary participating in the service. RE Parents Coffee Hour: We are meeting this morning at 11:45 a.m. in the Parish Hall. This is
We are meeting this morning at 11:45 a.m. in the Parish Hall. This is an opportunity for parents to share during coffee hour. We’re setting up a table for parents, and anyone who is interested is welcome to join us! Kelly Lownds, DRE
See Susan Hotchkiss.
with Natalie Johnson https://zoom.us/j/94530953308 November’s New Moon falls in the sign of Scorpio, perhaps the most misunderstood and maligned sign of the entire zodiac. The popular perception of Scorpio is that those born in this sign are difficult at best, dangerous at worst. Real scorpions, although often surprisingly small, have the ability to inflict a great deal of pain. They deliver their venom via their tails and can quickly turn around and “get” you. Scorpio people, therefore, are thought to be those who can seem like good friends one minute, but quickly and for no apparent reason turn on you and inflict
The Peaceful Quilters meet every Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall.
Help is available to assist with meals and more during illnesses or other family emergencies. You are always invited to call or visit our minister to discuss any matter of concern to you.
UUMassAction has launched an Immigration Justice Campaign. The UUMA Immigrant Justice Team meets monthly. You need not attend all meetings. Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2023 and all 2nd Tuesdays, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. RSVP HERE
UUMassAction has launched an Immigration Justice Campaign. The UUMA Immigrant Justice Team meets monthly. You need not attend all meetings. Join UUs across MA to work towards immigration justice. RSVP HERE
Concert rehearsal from 6:00-7:00 in the Sanctuary before regular choir rehearsal. See Susan Hotchkiss.
The Chalice Choir is a volunteer group that meets in the Parish Hall on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30. This choir sings every other Sunday from a wide variety of choral anthems, most set in four parts: soprano, alto, tenor, and bass. Membership is open but limited. Please contact Susan Hotchkiss for more information.
Please submit your Order of Service information to email@example.com by 12:00 noon.
A Meditation Group will be meeting every Wednesday in the Parlor from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. See Rev. Peter Connolly.
The 4th live event in the Partnership of Historic Bostons' series on New England Indigenous history will be streamed on Zoom. This evening is on the Stolen Relations project which is putting together names and stories of thousands of the estimated 2.5 - 5 million Native Americans enslaved in the Americas from 1492 to 1900, in every European colony. This is a shocking number even compared to the approximately 10.5 -12 million Africans who were brought as slaves from Africa during this same period. Click here for more information Alexis Moreis, pictured, historic preservation officer of the Wampanoag Tribe of
All members and friends are invited to attend the Parish Committee meeting.
Note: The church calendar contains some events that are not open to everyone, so that we can plan for building use. Open events are shown on the home page. Click on an event to show the full description.