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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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Mr. Chad Trexler and friends (newsletter)

Our Chair of the Board of Trustees, Chad Trexler, will join a few other congregants as they ponder Community and Stewardship. Chad will speak, as well as Ashley Taylor, Valerie Tratnyek and Steve Smith.

These “choir of voices” services are always very enriching, so be sure to plan to join us March 10.

(illustration by Ginny Steel)

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Michael Tyo “One Truth, Many Truths” (newsletter)

Mr. Michael Tyo will lead our Sunday service and will examine the duality of believing in a universal One Truth and also believing in multiple parallel truths that are different.

This sermon is based on “One Truth, Many Truths, Any Truths?” by Rev. Joshua Mason Pawelek

Michael Tyo has been a member of First Parish Sudbury for 10 years, and he currently is a member of the Worship Associates Group. He’s trained as a scientist and an engineer, and has worked in Biotech since its early days. In his spare time, he enjoys nature photography and drone flying. He lives in Marlboro with his family, where he plays ‘grandpa’ to 9 grandkids.

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“Letting go- How does one even do that?” by Ms. Gail Hardenbergh (newsletter)

Gail Hardenbergh, a long time member and spiritual seeker looks forward to sharing her ideas about how one might actually “Let Go.” The sermon will explore the meaning and opportunities inherent in the process.

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Rev. Fred Small preaching Sunday, Feb. 17 (newsletter)

We welcome Rev. Fred Small to our pulpit.

“Praise Be the Flood”  Scientists predict that climate change will have dire consequences for humanity and the planet we inhabit.  Can global warming move us to change course and build a new society grounded in justice, equity, and compassion?

A Unitarian Universalist pastor, environmental activist, singer-songwriter, and former environmental lawyer, Rev. Fred Small is Minister for Climate Justice at Arlington Street Church, Boston. Cited by Bill McKibben as “one of the key figures in the religious environmental surge,” Fred left parish ministry in 2015 to devote his energies to climate advocacy.

 

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Rev. Fred Small preaching Sunday, Feb. 17

We welcome Rev. Fred Small to our pulpit.

“Praise Be the Flood”  Scientists predict that climate change will have dire consequences for humanity and the planet we inhabit.  Can global warming move us to change course and build a new society grounded in justice, equity, and compassion?

A Unitarian Universalist pastor, singer-songwriter, and former environmental lawyer, Rev. Fred Small is Minister for Climate Justice at Arlington Street Church, Boston. Cited by Bill McKibben as “one of the key figures in the religious environmental surge,” Fred left parish ministry in 2015 to devote his energies to climate advocacy.

 

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