Archives: September 2020
Thrifty Threads will host another outdoor sale on Saturday, September 26 from 12-3pm in the Marion Street driveway. Masks required and shoppers must maintain at least 6 feet of distance. Hand sanitizer will be available.
GBIO (Greater Boston Interfaith Organization) is relaunching its racial justice campaign with an update and next steps meeting this upcoming Thursday, September 24.
Growing Grandparents will meet on Wednesday, September 23 at 10am via Zoom, for conversation. This is a place for active grandparents and other peers to share ideas and experiences during this special time of life. ALL interested persons are welcome.
We will begin our weekly Thursday Chancel Choir Zoom sessions next week, September 17 at 7:15pm. If you are interested in taking part, we'd love to have you! Each week, the choir meets together to sing, pray, learn some vocal technique, and work on music for collaborative recording projects.
Join us for a physically-distant, prayerful worship service, outside in Memorial Park (behind the parking lot on Harvard Street) every Thursday from 6:30-7pm (weather permitting).
Join us on Thursdays from 8:00-8:30am via Zoom. If you are looking for a calming, caring congregational connection in the middle of your chaotic week, join Adam S. on Thursday mornings on Zoom.
Sunday mornings on Zoom at 10am – sneak peek at the scripture for the day. Small group discussion, no prep needed, no commitment; true drop-in (come when you can – no guilt when you can’t). Meet friends, make community, get a heads-up on the sermon. Newcomers welcome. Hope to see you soon!
Join us at 9:45am on Sunday, September 13 for a virtual convocation and church school kick-off on Zoom! We will pray, sing, meet our teachers, and learn about the year ahead.
Stop by to shop on Saturday, September 12 from 1-4pm on the church front lawn (rain date September 26). Shop for clothing, jewelry, housewares, books and more! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers have collected and packed up another 5 boxes of donated clothing for Haley House, which offers a collaborative living and working environment for those vulnerable to the effects of inequality.