Archives: April 2022
Barbara Lynch, Convener of the Stewardship and Budget Ministry Team, noted in Sunday’s kick-off of this season’s stewardship campaign,
“Three congregations came together 52 years ago to form the United Parish. They didn’t come together just to survive, they came together to thrive. And TOGETHER is the only way we can continue to survive AND thrive.”
It has been a gift to my soul to cheer on your congregation’s wonderful stewardship team this year: Dot Gorenflo, Madeline...
Happy Thursday! It was so great to return to an in-person Holy Week and see pews that were filled all around us.
As we enter into our stewardship season and Eastertide, we’re excited to introduce a new liturgy series from our friends at A Sanctified Art, I’ve Been Meaning to Ask. This series invites us into several weeks of opportunity for curiosity, courage, and connection. Along the way, you might notice that the familiar...
Each year we return to the story of betrayal, desertion, suffering and death. And every year we come to the story with our own present and particular experiences of these realities in our own lives. Sometimes, perhaps in the remembering of the story, there’s a feeling of joining, an understanding of how it is with us. Sometimes, perhaps, a reminder of how unjust life can be.
And each year we return on Easter Sunday to the story of an unexpected and different rising to life where we’d...
Dear United Parish Family,
This Sunday, we have the joy of celebrating our confirmation class and the educational and spiritual journey they have taken.
Over the past church 'semester,' our confirmation class has been diving into some pretty big questions:
What is faith?
Who is God?
Who is Jesus?
What is the Holy Spirit?
What does it mean to be a Christian in the world?
What does it mean to be a member of United Parish?