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e are delighted that you have found
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As Unitarian Universalists, we are open and welcoming to everyone, confident that knowing you will help us understand the world more fully and that worshiping and working with you will help us in our constant quest to serve others and to appreciate the mysteries of life.
Please consider visiting us to explore what Second Parish has to offer.
Men's Breakfast, Saturday, October 1, 8 am
The next men's breakfast will be October 1, at 8:00 a.m. in Cushing Hall. All men of the parish are cordially invited to attend. We will continue our tradition of hearty breakfasts with some healthy foods included.
The Pumpkins are Here!
The Pumpkin Patch is open the first three weekends in October, Saturday and Sunday from 9 to 5. Come find your perfect pumpkin, and bring your camera for some seasonal photos. This year, we will also be selling apples and homemade apple pies.
October 2 - Oh, Sure, Be My Guest
Expressions of hospitality vary from culture to culture, but what happens when they vary from one generation to another? This sermon will look at what the word “hospitality” can mean, and some of the ways it’s changed in the past few decades.
October 9 - Guest Minister: Lauri Klein
October 16 - I’d Help You, But …
This sermon marks our first “Car Conversation Sunday” in which the story taught in Sunday School and the story studied in the sanctuary will be the same. The purpose is to spark a conversation in the car on the way home between adults and children about the issues uncovered. This week’s story will be “Story of the Good Samaritan”
October 23 - Spiritually Home
Whether we go to church regularly or not, our spiritual lives matter - a lot. Sometimes we feel spiritually at home in Nature, but may long to feel that connection with other people. This Sunday we will celebrate Member Sunday by greeting new members and talking about what it means to find a place where we can feel spiritually at home - a place that gives us the structure and the space to feel embraced and yet free.
October 30 - Masks and Mirrors
Preparations for Halloween have people contemplating costumes, especially masks. Internal and external changes occur when we put on a mask. This sermon will explore the liberation of “hiding” behind something and the exposure of seeing ourselves reflected.
We've broken ground on our Handicap Accessible Entry!
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