Sunday evening, October 4th, from 6:30-8:00 in Harrop Center : Escalating Inequality Study Group- This will be the kick-off meeting of the Social Justice Committee’s 5-session study focused on “Economic Inequality: Roots and Realities”. As a follow-up to recent initiatives to disseminate accurate information related to the complicated area of corporate personhood and the control of money in elections, the study group will use the book “Divided: The perils of our Growing Inequality” as a base. The book will be available for those interested at a reduced price of $9.00 at coffee hour. Please consider joining the Study Group to gain a better understanding of this issue of great importance to our democracy as we know it.
Sunday October 4, 2015 we will be welcoming visitors attending the 15th John Manjiro Festival. We are expecting 40 guests from Japan to attend our services. The Women’s Alliance will be hosting a special reception for our guests. Please assist if you are able. We are in need of people for ushering, food preparation, serving and kitchen clean up. Everyone is encouraged to participate in this important event. Please contact Laurie Despres (508) 991-2028 or comment to this page. Thank You .
The Citizens for Economic Justice (Social Justice sub-committee) would like to invite you to a free speaking engagement on Wednesday, September 30 from 7-9pm at the UMass Dartmouth School of Law Auditorium. Please see the attached flyer for more information: Clements Flyer.
Monday, September 21st 2015 is International Peace Day – In observance of this world wide U.N. event the Women’s Alliance is celebrating a Peaceful Be-In at our Peace Pole on the corner of Center and William St. 10am – to mid-afternoon. Come and share your hopes and dreams for local and world peace. All ages welcome. “PEACE” ONE SIZE FITS ALL! For more information contact Laurie Despres (firstname.lastname@example.org).
An original children’s musical will be presented as a lunch theatre for young children and their families on Oct. 24th at noon, in our auditorium. (Costumes encouraged) This is a short musical catered to young children, and it is not scary, with a theme about bullying. There are no tickets, reservations only at 508-984-1253. $10 ages 12-adult, $5 ages 3-11.
Welcome back! This Sunday is our Intergenerational Ingathering. You are invited to bring any object of personal or spiritual significance from your home or your travels to place upon our altar. Perhaps you have collected sea glass or shells or read an inspiring book or took a photograph of a place or person you visited. You may of course bring a small amount of water to place in our communal bowl. Today’s message will examine the sacred in the ordinary and ask the question from where do you receive fragments of holiness, glimpses of eternity, brief moments of insight and connection?
August 23rd– Poetry is an age-old form of creative expression which can be inspiring and life-affirming. Do you have a favorite poem? WA Jean Lawlor will lead an informal conversation and share a couple of her favorites. Please bring yours to share or just come to connect. Music will be provided by Dwight Thomas.