Worship services, the heart of our gathering as a community of faith, are held every Sunday at 10:30 am. We come together to sing, pray, support and sustain each other while grappling with our greatest joys and our deepest fears. We question together; we learn together; we grow together.
Children and youth begin in the sanctuary every week and after music and a family homily, (most Sundays) our young people leave the sanctuary for Religious Education classes downstairs. CLICK HERE
for Religious Education curriculum information.
Childcare for children three and under is available in a warm and loving environment from 10:30 am until the end of the worship service. Please honor our Well-Child policy by caring for sick children at home to avoid spreading illness.
Services begin at 10:30 am
(If a Sunday service is canceled due to weather conditions, the cancellation will appear on Channel 5 TV.)
Feb. 3 - Rev. Vera O’Brien - "Good News"
Rev. Vera suggests there is more good news in 2019 than we might anticipate and will share some interesting perspectives we might consider this year.
Feb. 10 - Rev. Tony - “Fall Away”
We can’t trust others unless we practice it. Sometimes we need to create intentional experiences that force us to trust others. Like a trust fall, at some point we have to have faith that the others will catch us and just fall away… (Chocolate Communion)
Feb. 17 - Rev. Richard Trudeau - "A Sign of Progress"
Richard tells of a discovery he made about an old stone mileage-marker in Easton, and the encouragement it has given him when he is tempted to dismiss the hope of moral progress as naive.
Feb. 24 - Rev. Dr. Norm Faramelli -
“Worker Justice: A Key Religious and Moral Value”
Rev. Norm will talk about the mission of Mass. Interfaith Worker Justice(IWJ), the ways that this organization addresses the issues of low-wage workers and immigrants today, and the ways congregants can be involved with the work of IWJ. There will also be a speaker from The Massachusetts Temporary Protected Status(TPS) Committee.
Hearing assistance headphones are available for use during the service. Please indicate your need to an usher.
We gather for "Coffee Hour", community and refreshment, following service, at 11:30 am.
Please join us! All are welcome!