STAY SAFE. Check with the UUA for guidance for congregations and CDC for information about prevention practices and what to do if you are sick.
This will be the final service that Interim Minister Dr. Tracey Robinson-Harris will share with First Parish in Framingham.
This is a virtual service that you can join via Zoom videoconference or phone conference.
We are curious, compassionate thinkers and doers. Diverse in age, ability, and spirituality, we build a community that changes lives. We welcome people of all ethnicities, gender identities, races, sexual orientations and family configurations. Our members and friends do include some people of color, and we have work to do to become a truly multiracial and diverse community. We work with the wider community on providing free medical care and low-cost ESL classes, and we support the efforts of the MetroWest Immigrant Solidarity Network.
Showing Up for Racial Justice
Friday, 5 - 6 pm at the intersection of Rt. 126 and 135, otherwise known as Waverly and Concord, in Framingham. Massachusetts SURJ
Peaceful Sign waving and chanting
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL DISTANCE >= 6'
BRING YOUR SIGN
SPREAD THE WORD
We are very excited to announce that Reverend Aaron Stockwell will be our new settled minister! There was a congregational meeting on May 3 with a presentation from the Ministerial Search Committee, and a unanimous vote to confirm Rev. Stockwell.
To learn more about him tap, on the link below. He will start on August 15, 2020.
About Reverend Aaron Stockwell