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Living Our Faith Team…so much happening!

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Water Bottle Battle See the inspiring story of what a small band of dedicated folks were able to accomplish in the face of opposition from the third largest industry in the world. The film’s trailer is available at:  Divide in Concord Thu, 9/17 at 8pm on WGBH 2

Follow Jean Hill, fiery octogenarian widow and mother of four, as she fights to ban the sale of bottled water in Concord, MA. Inspired to take action she proposes a bylaw that faces strong opposition at Town Meeting. Merchants are wary. Opponents call it an attack on freedom. And with billions of dollars at stake, the International Bottled Water Association sends in the cavalry. See what happens when a new revolution springs up in Thoreau’s hometown.

Living Our Faith Team bulletin board –in the FPS Parish Hall including a photo of Marshall and Judy Deutsch, Marie Doirin, Debbie Fanfan, Nancy Moore and Reverend Vickasy at the shower described in last week’s Connector.

Education Forum on Marijuana in Massachusetts sponsored by The League of Women Voters of Sudbury it on Sunday, November 8, 2:30 to 4:30 at the Goodnow Library, 21 Concord Rd, Sudbury. Panelists: Sen. Brownsberger, Rep. Kane, Robert Moura (Director, Dept. of Pharmacy Services at Emerson Hospital) and Mike Fitzgerald (Founder and CEO of the New England Grass Roots Institute) will be the panelists.

Helping Syrian Refugees This Sunday, Sept. 20 we will give the morning’s collection in its entirety to the Syrian Refugee Fund of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee Refugee Crisis Fund.
The UUSC wants to raise $250,000 in 15 days to give our crisis response team the resources they urgently need to reach out to the most vulnerable people caught up in this humanitarian crisis, especially women and children. He also asks us to tell Secretary Kerry that we want the United States to welcome to our shores 200,000 Syrian refugees. If you go to the UUSC webpage by searching for UUSC, you will find a link to petition Secretary Kerry.

Tin, Tin,Tin The Sudbury Food Pantry needs our help, and what we need to do is donate canned goods, since our little church mice have a feast with paper-packaged edibles. Please bring as much wholesome food in cans as you can to the “food box” the Parish Hall (or lobby.) Thank you!