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Prelude at 10:25 a.m.
Sunday Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Bancroft Room
Sunday, October 16, 2016
Sermon: My Road From Worcester
Preaching: The Rev. Tom Schade
After retiring from the pulpit of First Unitarian Church in January of 2013, Rev. Tom Schade has remained active in the life of Unitarian Universalism. Through his writing, speaking, and volunteering, he has observed the development of this faith tradition in recent years. Back in First Unitarian’s pulpit, he will talk about his own, and all of our,
journey on his Road from Worcester.
Following the service this morning we will host a luncheon to honor Tom’s ministry with First Unitarian Church, which lasted from 1999 to 2012. His official portrait, which will hang in the Bancroft Room, will be unveiled during the luncheon. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Sunday, October 23, 2016
Preaching: The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart
Our covenant calls us on to gather in the "spirit of truth." The spirit of truth is ever calling us out of our habits and assumptions and toward a greater understanding of one another and the world around us. In our spiritual community, and in our lives, we pursue the discipline of remaining open to the truth, wherever it may call us.
Sunday, October 30, 2016
Preaching: The Rev, Sarah C. Stewart
Music Sunday is an opportunity to celebrate the spirit in our church: the spirit held in our beautiful sanctuary, in the art of our musicians, in the energy of our children, and in the successes of our many volunteer ministries. It's also the perfect chance to look ahead to how we want these ministries to grow and thrive, by honoring the generosity of the past and committing to our own generous stewardship of the future. Our Festival Choir & soloists join with the WYO Honors Quartet to present Schubert’s Mass in G for our fall Music Sunday. This gentlest of masses is an astonishingly great work of the eighteen-year-old Schubert. Even at this young age Schubert was in vogue with the latest of
Viennese musical developments.