No matter the result of the election, it’s clear that we live in a divided nation. How might we (to borrow a phrase from Parker Palmer) heal the heart of democracy?
Dave Doucette, Marlboro City Councilor and member of First Parish in Framingham, will talk about ways we can work on addressing climate change with city government.
A multi-generational service. As another Earth Day approaches, the service calls our attention to the urgency of action for climate justice. We’ll do an improvisation on the real work of activists who opposed the West Roxbury Lateral Pipeline, with opportunities for folks of all … read more.
Our UUA ministerial search coach, Lisa J. Anderson, will speak about shared ministry and invite us to reflect on how we individually will engage with our beloved community’s search.
Lisa Anderson is a Ministerial Transition Coach for the New England Region of our UUA. She … read more.
This question is the title of a poem by Adrienne Rich. It is also the question this Sunday’s sermon will explore. What do the results of the midterms reveal?