Asking for what we need can be the hardest thing, even in the best of times. When times get tough, it can be even harder. And yet, the truth of community is that we need each other and we need to be needed … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Kelly Weisman Asprooth-Jackson
Every life comes to an end, but no story ever truly does. This Sunday, Rev. Kelly invites us to reflect with him on wisdom from the parting messages of prophets from Moses to John Lewis.
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Meeting ID: 927 6240 5253
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In this service, Rev. Kelly invites us to explore lessons for this particular moment drawn from speculative fiction luminary Octavia Butler’s novel, “Parable of the Sower.”
Online worship at First Parish will be taking place via Zoom. Worship begins at 10 am, with a virtual … read more.
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Our Unitarian Universalist churches are dedicated to the proposition that beyond all our differences, and beneath all our diversity, there is a unity which makes us one, and which binds us together. We light this chalice in witness … read more.
On International Women’s Day, join us for a service about forms of wisdom that often go unappreciated: the wisdom of intuition, the wisdom of nature, the wisdom of loss, and the wisdom of the body itself.
Poetry is far from the only means of human expression, but it is among our most flexible methods of conveying grand and difficult meaning succinctly. A little over two decades ago I arrived in Miss Idonia Cannady’s classroom with no interest in poetry, to speak … read more.
Resilience, ur spiritual theme for the month of February, as a literal meaning of being able to return to the same shape after being stretched or bent. Normally it brings to mind constance and sameness. But it can also be about the will … read more.