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Concert in the Sanctuary
William Ness, Organist
Fri. Oct. 16 - 7pm 


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Worship With Us This Week

On Sunday childcare will be available
during worship beginning at 10:15 a.m.

Prelude at 10:25 a.m.
Sunday Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary

 Sunday, October 4, 2015
Sermon: "Finding Your Heart"
Preaching: The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart
Jesus famously said that "where your treasure is, there will your heart be also." What a privilege it is to be able to choose where to put our treasure and where to find our hearts! Come celebrate our support of the coming year of ministry at First Unitarian Church, where your treasure helps your heart and your ministry flourish. The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart preaching.
The Festival Choir sings exhilarating anthems of praise: Let Heavenly Music Fill This Place (Young); O Be Joyful (Huston); Clap Your Hands (Rentz) 

Sunday, October 11, 2015
Sermon: "The People We Used to Be"
Preaching: Mr. Jay Lavelle

In Slouching Towards Bethlehem  Joan Didion wrote, "I think we are well advised to keep on nodding terms with the people we used to be, whether we find them attractive company or not."  How did we become the people we are now when the people we used to be often seem mysterious or are sometimes even strangers?  How do we deal with what mattered in our past when we are now somewhere else?  How should our remembered past influence the open, transformative, giving life we seek to lead today? Mr. Jay Lavelle preaching.e precious life to learn to love each other as God loves us.

Sunday, October 18, 2015
Sermon: "What Unites Us"
Preaching: The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart

When we think people are different from us, it can be easy to be afraid of doing or saying the wrong thing. That fear can keep us from getting involved, even in such good works as our ministry with the homeless through the Interfaith Hospitality Network. But the spiritual practice of empathy helps us connect to our neighbors, even our homeless neighbors whose struggles may be very different from our own. The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart preaching. 

Sunday, October 25, 2015
Sermon: "Women in Worcester"
Preaching: The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart

This weekend marks the 165th anniversary of the Women's Rights Convention held in Worcester in 1850, the first annual women's rights convention to organize the suffrage movement. We'll explore how First Unitarian Church women were involved and where women's rights stand today. Then and now, the freedom of all of us depends on the freedom of each of us. The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart preaching.


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