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The Stretching into Justice Ministry Team is seeking to help Household Goods, Inc., a 501c3 charity organization whose mission is to provide a full range of donated furniture and household items, free of charge, to help people in need make a home.

The season of Lent is a time to dig deeper into your soul, to find new and creative ways to grow in faith and in relationship with God and others.

Join us after worship on Sunday, March 15 in Willett Hall for our annual chili cook-off. This meal will be set up so you can sit with and get to know the folks from your area. We ask our wonderful chili chefs to bring in their best offerings. If chili is not your forte, please bring a dessert....

Every year, the 20s/30s group goes on a retreat, typically to Maine or Cape Cod, somewhere within a couple hours driving. We hang out, watch movies, play games, eat food, explore the area, discuss our faith, and bond.

Every year, United Parish does a Lenten study in the weeks leading up to Easter. Typically the 20s/30s group has their own group led by the Seminarian (currently the fabulous Jaz!) on Sundays after worship.

Lenten Dinner Church is just around the corner and we are in need of volunteers! This service is one of our most intimate and rich worship opportunities at United Parish, and it also one of our most labor-intensive to organize. As such, we need whatever help you can provide!

Every Easter, we decorate the Sanctuary with lilies, tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and hydrangeas. To contribute toward the Easter flowers in memory or in honor of loved ones, you may turn in your contribution of $10 for each in the offering plate on Sunday.

Ash Wednesday

Wednesday, February 26

8am and 7pm Worship in the Chapel

 

Lenten Dinner Church

We are doing a 360-style review of our Associate Pastor, Amy Norton. We invite all members to participate in offering honest, constructive and helpful feedback, by submitting a review by Monday, February 24.

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