Spiders! shadows! Haunted cathedrals! We’ll consider fear, our future, and what might be required in moving Unitarian Universalism past a “not-that” faith identity. With Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long.
Community Covenant in an “I”-centered world. Rev. Audette Fulbright, guest minister.
Shepherds Pantry Schedule for this church year is as follows (all times are Saturdays from 8:45-11AM at the Long Plain Methodist Church, 1215 Main Street in Acushnet): (2016) October 22, December 10, (2017) January 28, March 18, May 6, June 24 & August 12.
Welcome back to a brand new church year! The sermon topic for this Sunday is “The All of It”. (Bring water if you feel so moved; if not, we will bless plenty of extra here at the church.) Can Unitarian Universalism, and this humble ritual of homecoming, go wide enough to welcome all, andRead More →
There will be no Sunday service this coming week – September 4th! Have a safe and enjoyable Labor Day weekend. We will resume our services on September 11th with the Ingathering and Water Communion.
Weaving the Web, Blessing of the Backpacks, and our All-Church Picnic Sunday, August 28th. 10:30 a.m. Worship (Parish Hall Auditorium) 12:00 p.m. Blessing of the Backpacks (Church Lawn) 12:15 p.m. All Church Picnic (Parish Hall Dining Room and outside) This Sunday, August 28th, our new minister Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long will lead us in anRead More →
Join us on the lawn of the church for the Blessing of the Backpacks. Blessing of the Backpacks flyer
Bring your backpack, briefcase or whatever represents school to you and have it blessed by Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long!
Please volunteer if you can! Beth Kelley is in need of “Greeters” for Homecoming Weekend, June 25th from 10am – 4pm. If you can spare an hour or more to welcome guests/visitors she would be much obliged! Please see Beth at Coffee Hour or contact her (508-758-6311). Church building information cards are available. Also, ifRead More →
The End-of-Church-Year picnic will be held following the church service on Sunday, June 12th, on the grounds surrounding Harrop Center. There will be salads and desserts prepared by the Women’s Alliance and offerings from the grille (hot dogs, hamburgers, veggie burgers) by the Men’s Fellowship. Lawn games for the kids and for adults will beRead More →
As we remember those we have loved, we will look at some practical and spiritual ways of being present with others that are healing, nurturing, and potentially transforming. Discover what is both natural and surprising about this process, including how it affects your life as well.