Category: WU_03-15-17

This Weekend – Minns Lectures 2017

The Minns Lectures, an annual presentation on important issues for Unitarian Universalists and the world, will explore the history of UUism and racial issues. The lectures will take place on Friday evening, March 31, at 6:00 p.m., at First Church … Read the rest

This Week at First Parish

Wednesday, March 15    
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Sanctuary
Master Singers’ Rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Parker Hall
Thursday, March 16    
Meditation Group 4:00 p.m. Parlor
Empty Nester Program 7:00 p.m. Common Room
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Food Donations for Installation

If you’re wondering how you can help with Rev. Anne’s Installation celebration, food donations will be gratefully accepted!

In addition to the usual veggies/fruits/dips/crackers, we’re asking FPers to bring food with a New England flavor, i.e. clam dip, finger rolls … Read the rest

A Note from the Board

This is a Weekly Update full of thanks to the staff and all the parishioners who made the Friday Pledge Party and the Celebration Sunday Service so special:

– to Erik Svenson and Elisabeth Jas for organizing the Friday night … Read the rest

Lexington Choral Festival this Sunday

Lexington Choral Festival

Sunday, March 19th at 3:00 PM

Hancock Church in Lexington, MA

Free Admission

Due to inclement weather, the Lexington Choral Festival was rescheduled to Sunday, March 19th at 3:00 pm at the Hancock Church. The First Parish … Read the rest

This Week in Social Action Ministry

The Social Action Ministry (SAM) at First Parish comes from our Unitarian Universalist faith based on the values of love, justice, community and responsibility. We do this within the supportive environment of our broader church community and the mission of Read the rest

Save the Date – Voices on the Green

Voices on the Green, First Parish’s new community series of programs on contemporary issues, will present its second program on Friday, April 7, at 6:30 p.m. at the church. The theme is “Balancing on the Hyphen,” and the speakers and … Read the rest

Sunday Service

In western mythology, women are made responsible for all the world’s woes. Unconscious adherence to this mythos has had a detrimental effect on the psychology of both men and women. In honor of Women’s History Month, Regie Gibson dives into … Read the rest

Work Party Thank You!

A great, big thank you to Toni Tasker for organizing two work parties and to all those who came out to help. Things have been painted, scrubbed, caulked, fixed, organized, moved, and removed. Thanks also to Bob Coughlin for putting … Read the rest

Community Conversation on Racial Justice

Please bring your hearts and minds to this conversation on racial justice. Sponsored by the Lexington Human Rights Committee, join Rev. Anne and the Lexington Area Interfaith Community as they lead conversations and workshop ideas on what we can do … Read the rest

Mayfair is Coming! Mayfair is Coming!

It takes a village to run a fair! A volunteer sign-up sheet will be on the piano during social hour starting this Sunday. Volunteer opportunities include helping with the books, plants, jewelry, publicity, cafe, electronics, collectibles, baked goods, and more.… Read the rest

Empty Nester Program on Thursday

The next meeting of the empty-nestprogram, “Are You a New Empty Nester?” takes place on Thursday at 7:00pm in the Common Room. This program offers a place to talk about the changes, challenges, and joys of having either one child … Read the rest

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