The First Parish Blog
Please join the Fellowship Committee on Friday November 30 at 6 p.m. for a potluck dinner and an evening of friendship and fun.
“Time’s a Wasting” by Mark W. Harris – The modern age has us plugged in all the time, but perhaps that over connectedness and over scheduling means we have lost the ability to waste time. And this may be the most valuable time of all.
November 11, 2018 –
“How to Not Give Up After Hearing the News” Lay Service – Our three speakers will share their thoughts on dealing with the challenges of the troublesome era in which we are living and how we might respond in these hard times.
Sunday Morning, November 11 at 9:00.
The Fellowship Committee would like to invite those of you who are new to our church to a Newcomer Breakfast.
“All Our Losses” by Mark W. Harris – “As Halloween (and the Day of the Dead, and All Saints Day) approaches we think of the time of year when the veil between the living and the dead is thinest. Grief for a loved one is one kind of loss, but we all wrestle each day with other losses in our lives.”
“Arthur Knapp’s Journey from Watertown to Japan” Arthur Knapp was our minister from 1880 to 1886, when he left, under the direction of the American Unitarian Association to start a mission to Japan. What can we learn from Knapp, and what does his work tell us about examining our history from an anti-oppressive lens?