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Holiday Marketplace

By , November 17, 2016
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Saturday, December 10, 2016, 10am-4pm. Our Parish House will be brimming with handcrafted gifts, baked goods, holiday greens and much more!! Select from a variety of original gifts while enjoying holiday music. A delicious luncheon of assorted  soups and sandwiches will be available for purchase in the Harrop Center from 11:30am-2pm. This is our biggest fundraising event of the year – let’s make it a huge success!!   Also enjoy a tour of our beautifully decorated Sanctuary from 10am – 4pm.

 

Semi-Annual Meeting

By , November 3, 2016
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We will hold our Semi-Annual meeting on Saturday, November 19 at 9am. All members are requested to attend two congregational meetings per year. Non-members may attend as a witness but cannot vote. This is the major way we can communicate with you about important issues. Please do your very best to attend. Thank you.  Childcare will be available in Harrop Center.

 

Winter Gloves, Hats and Scarves

The Social Justice Committee will be collecting winter gloves, scarves and hats for men, hatsglovesscarveswomen and children through the month of November for distribution by the Salvation Army to the poor and homeless in New Bedford. These can be clean used or new. We are hoping everyone can bring in something for this very worthy cause. Bring your items to the SOCIAL JUSTICE TABLE container during coffee hour.

 

Southcoast Progressive Voices

Wednesday, November 9th, 7pm.  Elder/Consumer Fraud for Caregivers: Protect yourself, those in luciliayour care and those you love. Lucilia Prates-Ramos, Activist, Advocate and Statewide Director of the Massachusetts Senior Medicare Patrol Program.  This event is free and open to the public. Register online at http://bit.ly/ElderConsumerFraud

Southcoast Progressive Voices

By , October 6, 2016
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Wednesday, October 12th, 7pm.  Southcoast Progressive Voices presents  Nick Bohl, an artist and educator who has been creating YouTube videos about atheism and society for over 8 years. He is the director and teacher of the E.O. Wilson Big Question Lab, HCH’s secular Sunday school, and has recently released a video series using his own art and music to express his spiritual and philosophical growth without religion entitled [I Wonder]. The event is free and open to the public.  Register online at:  http://bit.ly/SpiritualityforNonReligious.

 

 

‘Music of the Macabre…and More’ offered Oct. 22, 7:30pm

musicalmacabre“It’s creepy and it’s kooky, mysterious and spooky” … it’s “Music of the Macabre … and More. The concert, a presentation of the church’s Music Committee, will benefit the Unitarian Universalist Society of Fairhaven.  To get you into the spirit of Halloween, you’ll be regaled with spine-tingling music on the organ, some melancholy (and amusing) piano compositions, a couple of Broadway songs (with sad endings), some suitably hair-raising violin tunes, a bit of ghoulish humor, and chilling stories and poems.  The suggested donation is $10 for the program, which is intended for audience members 16 and older.  Light refreshments will follow the concert.

 

Citizens for Economic Justice

By , September 28, 2016
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Citizens for Economic Justice, a sub group activity of the Social Justice Committee, has partnered with We the People MA., American Promise National, Interfaith Caucus of Move to Amend, Unitarian Universalist State Action Network and the Unitarian Universalist MA.: Certified Working Group: Economic Equity in Politics (EEP). Together we will work to overturn the Supreme Court decision “Citizen’s United” that declared corporations are people and money as speech.  Delegates at the 2016 General Assembly in Columbus, Ohio selected “The Corruption of Our Democracy” to be the 2016-2020 Congregational Study Action Issue (CSAI) of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) of Congregations. Our common goal is to win the 28th. Amendment to overturn “Citizens United”, end corruption of elections and reclaim government by the people. We will be presenting and exploring the question, “As corporations use “corporate personhood” and “money as speech” for their interests rather than the people’s needs, can a Constitutional Amendment be passed to protect us”? We look forward to your participation in exploring this issue and your continuing support.

Shepherd’s Pantry Schedule

By , September 14, 2016
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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.

SouthCoast Progressive Voices Presents:

By , September 6, 2016
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Fairhaven, MA – SouthCoast Progressive Voices (SCPV), sponsored and organized by The Unitarian Universalist Society of Fairhaven, will host a series of seminars this fall to explore ideas through conversations with experts in fields of broad public interest, including but not limited to current affairs of a local, regional or national nature. This series will gather individuals from the local community for two-hour engaging discussion sessions, which will take place at the Unitarian Memorial Church, 102 Green Street, Fairhaven, MA and will be open to the public. In lieu of charging for this series, donations will be gladly accepted.

SCPV Speaker Series: American Society in a Time of Transition, 7:00 p.m., September 14, 2016
How did we get here? Where could we be headed? What major challenges are weighing on our future prosperity? Presented by Michael Goodman, Professor of Public Policy, Executive Director of the Public Policy Center, and Acting Chair of the Department of Public Policy at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. Register online at http://bit.ly/TimeofTransition

SCPV Speaker Series: Spirituality for Nonreligious People, 7:00 p.m., October 12, 2016
Can one be spiritual while a nonbeliever or a member of no religious denomination? Presented by Chris Stedman, author of Faitheist, alumni of Meadville Lombard Theological School, and Executive Director of Yale University’s Humanist Community. Register online at http://bit.ly/SpiritualityforNonReligious

SCPV Speaker Series: Elder/Consumer Fraud for Caregivers, 7:00 p.m., November 9, 2016
What you should know to protect yourself, those in your care and those you love. Presented by Lucilia Prates, Director for the Massachusetts Senior Medicare Patrol Program. Register online at http://bit.ly/ElderConsumerFraud

The Unitarian Universalist Society of Fairhaven (UUSF) forms a vibrant, compassionate and safe spiritual community that encourages free religious expression and lifelong learning.  Sunday Worship Service is held at 10:30 a.m. For more information, visit us at www.uufairhaven.org.

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