685 Main Street, Hingham, MA 02043
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e are delighted that you have found
us and hope that you will feel at
home on our website, in our online worship and activities during the pandemic, and ultimately at our church.
As Unitarian Universalists, we are open and welcoming to everyone. We believe that learning, worshiping, and working together will help us in our constant quest to serve others and to appreciate the mysteries of life.
Directions for joining our Sunday services during the pandemic are available under the "Worship" tab on this website. Our Sunday morning service is at 10 am. Please consider visiting us to explore what Second Parish has to offer.
We would love to have you join us for our online Sunday service at 10:00. Connection details are under the "Worship" tab.
October 4 - What Are We Going to Do With Autumn?
The change of seasons speaks so powerfully to the transitions in our own lives; this year it also speaks to an even broader scope of worries and concerns than usual. Our sermon will consider how what we believe can guide us, not only through the experience of change - but also the anticipation of it. Gabrielle Coyne will be our guest soloist.
October 11 - Celebrate Singing
John Belknap will be our worship host this Sunday as we enjoy a guest sermon on video from Rev. Kate Wilinson of the UU Meetinghouse of Provincetown, MA. Her sermon offers insight into how choral singing is accomplished in these days of multiple restrictions caused by the pandemic and the final, multi-voice hymn is absolutely uplifting.
October 18 - The Endless Buffet and Our Just Desserts
While we seem fortunate when we have many choices in life, sometimes the abundance of choices and the demand for satisfaction leave us grasping for meaning, purpose, and peace in a frenzy of constant searching. Today we’ll consider our fear of missing out on the best choice, and the restlessness that thus results.
October 25 - Uncertainty
Human beings generally like to know. We tend to prefer to engage with uncertainty on our own terms, retaining a sense of agency and ability to predict. This sermon will explore what can help us when we find ourselves at the mercy of forces beyond our comprehension or control. Guest musician will be Donald Zook on the flute.
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