Multigenerational service honoring the traditions of Dia de Los Muertos, Samhain and …
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Tracey Robinson-Harris
Bring a flower to share
This service is the last in our sanctuary until the Sunday after Labor Day. As we mark this transition in space and time, we will celebrate Flower Communion. Sometimes referred to as Flower Ceremony or Flower Festival, this ritual celebrates beauty, … read more.
We celebrate the 100th anniversary of First Parish’s Women’s Alliance and honor some of the women who have given shape and meaning to Unitarian Universalism across generations.
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A multigenerational service celebrating learning and living faith, and celebrating mothers and teachers.
A service exploring some of the many ways we humans live our faith; inspired by being present for prayer at the Islamic Center in Wayland recently. “There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.” (Rumi)