We’ll gather in the dining room for circle worship with a guest pianist. Come for centering, silence, and song. All ages welcome, and we’ll also have a “maker space” in the basement for creative kids (and adults) who want to get their church on by making something with friends. No nursery care provided, but our tiniest friends are welcome among us. Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long
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On June 24th, our Tour Aficionado, Beth Kelley will be providing tours of the Sanctuary during the Homecoming Festivities in the Center of Town. She will be here between the hours of 10am – 4pm.
Also, beginning on July 11th, she will be giving tours on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 2-4pm through the months of July and August.
Our final Worship Service for the church year.
Join us for this service of readings and music by our choir, music director and guest instrumentalists!
Guest Minister – Rev. Joanna Lubkin will lead a worship focused on how we can support our congregants, friends, and loved ones with chronic illnesses and disabilities. Come healthy, come hurting, come loving, come afraid, come yearning to help. Rev. Jo is the Unitarian Universalist Chaplain at Wellesley College and is an affiliated community minister at ArlingtonRead More →
We would like to know you better! Whether you are a new or longstanding member or simply a friend of UUSF, please take ten minutes to complete the survey found in the link below: https://goo.gl/forms/gfyDpQLT3EczmOP92 Please complete one form for each adult and youth in your family. This survey, created over the past several weeks,Read More →
12:00pm – Light refreshments and Childcare Provided We look forward to seeing our new members especially at our annual meeting. We ask all members to attend, particularly so that we will have a quorum for voting purposes. Two meetings a year are required by our Bylaws–a semi-annual and an annual meeting. We will conductRead More →
Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long
A Worship Service by the Women’s Alliance.
This past week, May Day and the pagan holiday of Beltane arrived. Children and adults alike are invited to gather on the lawn at noon this Sunday, May 7th, where Cathy Burton will lead us in a joyous May pole ritual. Weather permitting, coffee and snacks will be outside, and everyone can take part inRead More →