Prior Services

Sunday, February 14 – What’s Love Got To Do With It

Join us on Valentine’s Day, a day that is all about love. We will look at the ways that love can make us soar to great heights or, at times, bring us low. What is the essence of love? Is it tangible and motivating, or is it, as Tina Turner sang, “a second-hand emotion?” Join Rev. Dr. Marjorie Matty and the congregation of the First Parish of Sudbury as we celebrate and reflect on the construct and conundrum of love.

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Sunday, February 7 – Reflections on Nature

Rev. Marjorie Matty will be away from the pulpit this weekend. This Sunday, WAG will present reflections on Nature, particularly its ability to soothe our souls, keep us healthy, and act as an agent of hope. Various members of the congregation will give readings, poems, or personal reflections, followed by a period for much-welcomed comments and reflections by the congregation at large. Please spend some time between now and February 7th contemplating this beautiful gift given to us all.

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Sunday, January 31 – Building a New Way, with Laura Wagner

How do we create justice? What does it mean to be a good ally? At UU Mass Action we center the leadership of those who are directly impacted by injustice and work within coalitions to build the power needed for systemic change in our Commonwealth. Join us to learn about what’s happening and how you can get involved.

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Sunday, January 17 – What Is Your Dream?

Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream and he dared to share it with the world. As we celebrate MLK’s Birthday let this be a time when we imagine what our dream for racial equality might be and how we manifest true equality in a country that holds tight to racist dogma. Join Rev. Dr. Marjorie Matty and the congregation of the First Parish of Sudbury as we dig deep into what it is that holds us back from embracing difference and equality in all of its forms.

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Thursday, December 24 – Christmas Eve

How do we celebrate a meaningful mid-winter celebration and Christmas while we are separated from one another? We will gather our two regular services into one via Zoom beginning with a Story For All Ages, lessons, and carols, culminating in sharing our collective light and singing silent night. Join us online to engage in our seasonal traditions and embracing the magic of this time of year!

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