All services are offered in-person & online!

Masks are currently required in the Sanctuary.

Ignite Your Spirit, Nurture Your Values, Join Our Community!

Ignite Your Spirit,
Nurture Your Values,
Join Our Community!

Welcome to First Parish of Sudbury!

We are a diverse and welcoming community of spiritual seekers; we strive to learn together and support one another as we celebrate life’s important moments and serve the larger community.

Welcome to First Parish of Sudbury!

We are a diverse and welcoming community of spiritual seekers; we strive to learn together and support one another as we celebrate life’s important moments and serve the larger community.

Join Us This Sunday!

Coming Up At FPS
News & Events

This Week In Religious Exploration

January 29, 2023 –  Braver Than we Think: A Storied sermon

With guest speaker Elisa Pearmain

Elisa Pearmain LMHCwill share a “storied sermon” of folk, personal, and biographical stories for facing our fears and finding courage

Elisa grew up at the First Parish in Lincoln, MA, and has worked as a professional storyteller for over 37 years. She is the award-winning author of two collections of wise world tales and a double CD called, Forgiveness: Telling our Stories in New Ways. She works part-time as a psychotherapist with a specialty in forgiveness. Elisa is co-author of the UUA Moral Tales curriculum for grades 2-3. Her books and CD will be available for purchase after the service. Read more.

 

To read about or view last week’s service,
click here.

FPS Multigenerational Talent Show

FPS Multigenerational Talent Show

Saturday, Feb 11 at 4:30 - 6:30 pm Join us for our FPS Talent Show! • The acts are lining up, but we could still use a few more! We welcome performers, singers, comedians, musicians, jugglers, dancers, magicians, poets, duos, and trios of all ages—and they don’t have...

Voices of Color Book Discussions Led by Rev. Hepler

Voices of Color Book Discussions Led by Rev. Hepler

The First Parish of Sudbury Book Club led by Rev. Kathleen Hepler is looking forward to meeting twice a month on Sundays through late February. All books on our list are written by people of color with distinctive voices. Join us for an exploration in decentering...

Welcome to Religious Exploration – January 2023

Michelle Cote, RE Director

We hope your children can join us for our Sunday RE program!
Questions? Contact Michelle Cote at .

January 8
We will greet the new year by having a holiday party as part of our RE program. We will play games from different holiday traditions, have some yummy holiday snacks, and celebrate our community!

January 15
We will discuss how service to others is a vital part of who we are as Unitarian Universalists. We will then continue with some of our ongoing service projects.

January 22
We will begin a multi-week exploration of our Unitarian Universalist faith as we use a fun, hands-on UU Curriculum called “Toolbox of Faith.” This curriculum encourages children to really think about their beliefs as they use common tools as a vehicle for discussion.

January 29
We continue using the curriculum “Toolbox of Faith” by exploring the concept of the need for questioning. The “Tool of the Week” is a magnifying glass.

Unitarian Universalist PrinciplesChildren’s Version

We believe that each and every person is important.
We believe that all people should be treated fairly and kindly.
We believe that we should accept one another and keep on learning together.
We believe that each person must be free to search for what is true and right in life.
We believe that all persons should have a vote about the things that concern them.
We believe in working for a peaceful, fair, and free world.
We believe in caring for our planet Earth, the home we share with all living things.

Join Us This Sunday!

January 29, 2023 –  Braver Than we Think: A Storied sermon

With guest speaker Elisa Pearmain

Elisa Pearmain LMHCwill share a “storied sermon” of folk, personal, and biographical stories for facing our fears and finding courage

Elisa grew up at the First Parish in Lincoln, MA, and has worked as a professional storyteller for over 37 years. She is the award-winning author of two collections of wise world tales and a double CD called, Forgiveness: Telling our Stories in New Ways. She works part-time as a psychotherapist with a specialty in forgiveness. Elisa is co-author of the UUA Moral Tales curriculum for grades 2-3. Her books and CD will be available for purchase after the service. Read more.

 

To read about or view last week’s service,
click here.

Coming Up At FPS
News & Events

FPS Multigenerational Talent Show

FPS Multigenerational Talent Show

Saturday, Feb 11 at 4:30 - 6:30 pm Join us for our FPS Talent Show! • The acts are lining up, but we could still use a few more! We welcome performers, singers, comedians, musicians, jugglers, dancers, magicians, poets, duos, and trios of all ages—and they don’t have...

Voices of Color Book Discussions Led by Rev. Hepler

Voices of Color Book Discussions Led by Rev. Hepler

The First Parish of Sudbury Book Club led by Rev. Kathleen Hepler is looking forward to meeting twice a month on Sundays through late February. All books on our list are written by people of color with distinctive voices. Join us for an exploration in decentering...

This Week In Religious Exploration

Welcome to Religious Exploration – January 2023

Michelle Cote, RE Director We hope your children can join us for our Sunday RE program!Questions? Contact Michelle Cote at . January 8We will greet the new year by having a holiday party as part of our RE program. We will play games from different holiday traditions, have some yummy holiday snacks, and celebrate our community! January 15We will discuss how service to others is a vital part of who we are as Unitarian Universalists. We will then continue with some of our ongoing service projects. January 22We will begin a multi-week exploration of our Unitarian Universalist faith as we use a fun, hands-on UU Curriculum called "Toolbox of Faith." This curriculum encourages children to really think about their beliefs as they use common tools as a vehicle for discussion. January 29We continue using the curriculum "Toolbox of Faith" by exploring the concept of the need for questioning. The "Tool of the Week" is a magnifying glass. Unitarian Universalist Principles - Children’s Version We believe that each and every person is important.We believe that all people should be treated fairly and kindly.We believe that we should accept one another and keep on learning together.We believe that each person must be free to search for what is true and right in life.We believe that all persons should have a vote about the things that concern them.We believe in working for a peaceful, fair, and free world.We believe in caring for our planet Earth, the home we share with all living things.