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  • "Nailed It!" Oct 22, 2017, 10:30 am - 11:30 am
    Worship Leader: Rev. Anne Mason
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    Five hundred years ago in October, Martin Luther spoke truth to power. In protest, this monk nailed 99 theses on the door of the Wittenburg Castle Church, articulating what he believed the Catholic Church was doing wrong by selling indulgences. Today we celebrate the legacy of his courageous act which began the Protestant Reformation, and explore how this is still important for us as heirs...

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Voices on the Green

Join us for the kickoff of our second season with the theme “I Protest.” Saturday, October 28th at 7:00pm.  Purchase your tickets here.

Hear from members of the Lexington community about how they exercised their right to protest, including protesters against the Viet Nam War in 1971 (with archival film), protesting school policy as a high school student, moving from Wall Street to Minuteman Indivisible, and a first-hand account about helping to write “Charlie on the MTA”. Our partner for the evening is Communities for Restorative Justice. Donations for the program will be shared between CRJ and the church. Music for the evening will be provided by nationally known Unitarian Universalist musician, choral director, composer, and author Nick Page, currently director of the Mystic Chorale, who grew up at First Parish!

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