Jan 29th to Mar 19th Friday afternoons @ 4:30 PM via ZOOM

Once a week we will join together in the gathering darkness to reflect, to read, to share, and to navigate our preparations for the Winter with all of the restrictions that are upon us.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED If you’ve registered once, use the same ZOOM credentials. No need to register again.

Led by our Minister, Rev. Anne Mason

Thursday, Mar 4th @ 7:00 PM on ZOOM and YouTube LIVE Stream

Should the Electoral College Choose the President?A Conversation with New York Times editorial board member, Jesse Wegman and Political Analyst, Peter Fenn

The Electoral College will be the subject of a dialogue between New York Times editorial board member Jesse Wegman and with political analyst Peter Fenn. It will be offered online by the First Parish in Lexington, Unitarian Universalist on Thursday, March 4 at 7 PM.  This presentation is open to the public and will be broadcast over ZOOM and LIVE streaming on YouTube. REGISTER now! For more info visit www.FPLex.org/Howe.

Sunday, March 7, 2021 @ 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM (After Worship Service)

Limited spots… REGISTER for the event!

Did you know that of the 30 million tons of plastic waste generated in the US in 2009, only 7% was recovered for recycling? And now China doesn’t take our used plastics! FPLex’s Climate Action Team (CAT) invites you to a short program on the harmfulness of plastics in our environment. We will watch a short video and learn what we can do as stewards of our planet, stewards of Lexington. Joyce Greif, a Lexington resident and activist, will offer her thoughts on the dangers of plastics. Come be a part of this growing movement.

Thursday, March 11 @ 4:00 – 5:15 PM EST REGISTER now!

Join Meg Newhouse for an experiential presentation, “A Legacy Perspective for Tumultuous Times.” She will ground participants in the basics of her book Legacies of the Heart and suggest how a legacy perspective can help us navigate these challenging times – by presenting opportunities for personal reflection, spiritual growth, and creating satisfying and valuable legacies. Participants will be invited to share and brainstorm ideas in breakout groups, as well as given an opportunity to continue the work via future ZOOM gatherings.

A committed amateur flutist and choir member, yogini and nature lover; Dr. Margaret (Meg) Newhouse is passionate about her family and friends, public policy, learning and personal/spiritual growth. She has had five “career-lets,” most recently as an independent educator, 2nd-half-of-life coach, author, and volunteer.