FPW Annual Report, April 11 2021
The 390th Annual Meeting of the First Parish of Watertown will be held online on the 11th of April, following the Sunday Worship Service.
First Parish Watertown is part of a coalition of congregations committed to supporting and protecting a woman in sanctuary. Congressman Joaquin Castro has agreed to send a “Sign-On” letter to his colleagues in the House of Representative. The collective asks that anyone supportive of immigrants in sanctuary contact their US representative and request that they sign the letter.
Rev Wendy will lead a virtual class for anyone curious to learn more about our Unitarian-Universalist faith and history. Everyone is welcome. Class will be held 11:45-1pm. Feel free to grab a bite to eat during the Zoom session. Please RSVP to Sue Sours, firstname.lastname@example.org, by Jan 22 to receive the Zoom link.
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The First Parish of Watertown, Unitarian Universalist Warrant for 389th Annual Meeting April 11, 2020 To: Michael Collins, Clerk of the First Parish of Watertown, Greetings: You are hereby requested to notify and warn the legal members of the First Parish of Watertown to meet virtually SUNDAY, THE 26th DAY OF APRIL, 2020 after the on-line service, to act on the following articles, viz: Article 1 Reports. To receive the reports of: the Minister; the Treasurer; the Director of Religious...
Did you know our congregation was founded in 1630? That means we’re approaching our 400th anniversary in 2030! We can feel very proud of our church, with its vibrant membership, beautiful church building, and many other strengths. It’s exciting to imagine its future. What do you think will be happening with our congregation in ten years - or fifty? Please join the Trustees for an evening of stories about our past and of envisioning our future at 6:30pm on Saturday, May 16, 2020. We will serve...
As most of you are aware the FPW parsonage is currently vacant due to our interim minister, Rev. Wendy Bell, living locally and not needing to reside in the parsonage during her 2 year time here at FPW. This offers FPW the opportunity to assess and make needed repairs to the parsonage over this period of approximately 19 months (until May 31, 2021). Given that our previous minister and his family resided in the parsonage for over 26 years, the needed repairs and updating are multiple and the...
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