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Matt Meyer “Lessons for Future Ancestors”

10:00am Mr. Matt Meyer returns to our pulpit for service and music called “Lessons for Future Ancestors” – Join us for a reflection of heavy suitcases, surprise turning points, and attending to the complexity of our times with love and resilience.

Matt is a sought-after speaker wherever Unitarian Universalists gather to deepen their worship and explore their faith. He has lead worship for convocations at several seminaries and has been a worship leader and workshop presenter for national gatherings of LREDA, UUMN, UUMA and the last twelve general assemblies of the UUA. Matt also serves as the Director of Operations for Sanctuary Boston, a community of vibrant worship and real connection.

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Community Dinner Saturday, March 16 at 6pm

Come one and all to our community dinner on Saturday, March 16 at 6:00pm.  This is an opportunity to better understand “Gratitude, Urgency, and Hope” for our future.  Members will have received a mailing this week and this is a perfect opportunity to bring your questions and have a chance to hear about the “state of the union” while enjoying dinner provided by the Board of Trustees.  Come to hear about planning for next year, including budgeting plans to continue our congregation’s mission.  Extra pledge cards will be available should you need one.  New members and friends are welcome too!

Food–there will be options for all diets and beverages soft and hard. This is not a potluck–show up empty-handed but open-minded (and open-hearted).

Childcare–can be available if you contact the office ( or 978/443-2043 x3) by Thursday March 14 at noon.

Entertainment–Music will accompany appetizers and dinner!  Ms. Berit Strong, classical guitarist, will play that evening (She has played at our summer services).

 

 

 

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Matt Meyer “Lessons for Future Ancestors” (newsletter)

10:00am Mr. Matt Meyer returns to our pulpit for service and music called “Lessons for Future Ancestors” – Join us for a reflection of heavy suitcases, surprise turning points, and attending to the complexity of our times with love and resilience.

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Women’s Alliance Meeting and Potluck March 18 6:30pm

Our regular monthly potluck dinner and meeting, Monday March 18, 6:30 p.m. will be in the Commons. A true potluck—bring whatever you like, homemade or store-bought is fine. We are very pleased to offer a speaker, Jade Sylvan, a Harvard Divinity School intern at the Unitarian Universalist Association in charge of LGBTQ+ issues and a member of TRUUsT, or Trans Religious professional Unitarian Universalists Together. Jade can help us understand the ever-evolving world of gender identity diversity as it relates to our denomination.

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Downsizing? Don’t know what to do with it all?

This from Aline K:

People who are downsizing or planning to downsize often have trouble figuring out what to do with all their stuff, particularly furniture. Here’s a way to “Kondo-ize” your home and help others at the same time. Fresh Start Furniture Bank will take your furniture and household good and provide it free of charge to qualified Massachusetts residents in need. This year, FSFB expects to provide 24,000 items to as many as 800 families.

FSFB is currently seeking the following items, most of which are too big or bulky to donate to the Women’s Alliance Rummage Sale:

  • Sofas/love seats
  • Coffee tables
  • Small bookcases
  • Small storage cabinets
  • Lamps
  • Kitchen tables
  • Full- and queen-size beds
  • Basic appliances (except coffee makers)
  • Twin-size blankets
  • King-size comforters
  • Drinking glasses

All donations are tax deductible. FSFB accepts items in good, clean condition only. You can drop off items at 16 Brent Drive in Hudson during business hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 am to noon and Saturdays from 9 am to noon. To arrange for limited pickups of larger items, call 508-485-2080.

https://www.freshstartfurniturebank.org/

 

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