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Puppet Show - Free for All Ages!
"The Puppet Who Was Afraid To Perform”
Saturday, January 6, 10 am
Do not throw away your shot to see a free puppet show that is truly for all ages. Our last show entertained babies, teenagers and everyone in between as they witnessed Simon the Puppet find his courage to get up on stage and perform. In this next episode, what fear will Simon overcome? COME FIND OUT.
PS - There may be a rap at the end of the show. Just you wait!
If you would like to bring a non-perishable item for the Hingham Food Pantry, it is greatly appreciated but not necessary.
Saturday, January 6, 8 am
All men of the parish are cordially invited to attend. We will continue our tradition of hearty breakfasts with some healthy foods included. Please email Lou Belknap at email@example.com or call him at 781-749-5519 if you can attend. There is no agenda, but come prepared to discuss whatever is on your mind.
Hingham Farmers Winter Market
Saturdays, January 13 and 27, 10 am to 1 pm
The Winter Market will be held at Second Parish on the second and fourth Saturdays of January, February and March. Come support your local vendors!
SOUPER BOWL SUNDAY
Sunday, January 28, after church
Join us for an extended coffee hour for a light lunch of soup, bread and dessert. Plan to stay after church to catch up with friends for a few extra minutes.
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January 7 - Guest Preacher Katrina Myers
January 14 - Being the Change
As we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend with a special food packing project for hungry children, we have a chance to consider the roles we can play in serving our neighbors. Each of us has different capabilities, so it makes sense that we will vary in how we can serve. This sermon will explore the effects of such variety.
January 21 - Cue the Greek Tragedy
Sometimes it seems technology's impact on language alters the articulation of basic human feeling. Yet ancient Greek tragedy is currently being used to deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. How and why do ancient language and themes speak with relevance today?
January 28 - Guest Minister Rev. Ken Read-Brown
Second Parish and First Parish (Old Ship Church) will be exchanging pulpits on January 28, in what has been a frequent annual tradition over the years. Rev. Ken Read-Brown will be preaching on "Amazing Grace" - reflections, inspired in part by the hymn, on the nature and meaning of grace in our lives. Ken has been minister at Old Ship since 1987.
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