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The Hinge of Time…

Posted by on Dec 31, 2017 in General News, Worship Services

Rev Theodore Parker once shared that, “The arc of history is long but it bends towards justice.” What better time during the year to review and begin anew by reimagining one’s life? Sunday, December 31st will be a time for the local UU’s from Wayland, Framingham and Hudson Marlboro to “connoiter” at First Parish of Sudbury to let go of and to commit to the changes that we need in our communities and lives. Rev. Dr. Marjorie will be sharing her “the best of 2017” sermon, which will address what we have endured and points towards Justice January. Please join us and get to know other Unitarian Universalists in our area.

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A Bigger Kind of Joy…

Posted by on Dec 10, 2017 in General News, Worship Services

As we enter into December, we face into the darker and shorter days of the year, we look for ways to find the light in the midst of the longest night.¬† This is the time when if we cultivate our faith and seed hope we may be able to carry on in the bleak midwinter. Join Rev. Dr. Marjorie Matty as she faces into the darkness and uncovers a bigger kind of joy fueled by hope. She shares that, ” Hope can be a dangerous emotion because it pulls our attention away from the present moment. Hope can blind us from the truth of a situation, however, hope is also an emotion that gives us the energy to live despite challenges, to love despite uncertainty, and to embrace both who we are in the moment and what we may become, with faith instead of fear as our guide.” Let us find hope and a bigger kind of joy together during this holiday season.

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Posted by on Nov 19, 2017 in General News, Worship Services

Thanksgiving is a historically joyous occasion to celebrate that has become a challenging holiday based on our history in New England. White Europeans are like those loud and annoying distant cousins who showed up for dinner and then refused to behave or go home. How do we atone for our ancestors entitled bad behavior? Yet, giving thanks is an important practice and a way to acknowledge where we come from and the work that we have left to do. Rev. Dr. Marjorie Matty will be sharing her thoughts about the reality of giving thanks in a nation, built on the backs of immigrants, indentured servants and slaves, that now fears immigration.

This Sunday bring a loaf of bread that we will break together during our time in fellowship.

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Faithful Fool…

Posted by on Nov 12, 2017 in General News, Worship Services

How can we cultivate trust and faith in a way that is genuine to who we are? Is it foolish to be faithful and what does it look like to embrace a sense of uncertainty and still engage in a practice of faith? There are so many questions for us to engage in with regard to trust, faith and our call to be agents of change that the conversation is vast. Join us on Sunday to imagine how being faithful might work for us as Unitarian Universalists. Rev. Dr. Marjorie Matty will dig deep and wonder if it is foolish to be faithful in a society that is so challenged by a lack of trust.

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Faith: The Other “F” Word…

Posted by on Nov 5, 2017 in General News, Worship Services

What are the implications of cultivating and having faith? There are two practices that have been accused of placating the masses throughout history into complacency they are Hope and Faith. As Unitarian Universalists do we trust faith being a part of our community? Are we faithful in overt ways in our lives that we are not cognizant of? Rev. Dr. Marjorie Matty will be sharing her thoughts, challenges and concerns about hope and faith. This is also the Sunday when we will be engaging in building our Altar of Remembrance so please bring mementos and photographs of your loved ones for display.

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