Love is the doctrine of this church.
The quest for truth is its sacrament.
And service is its prayer.
This is our great covenant:
To dwell together in peace.
To seek the truth in love.
And to help one another.
To the end that all souls shall grow
In harmony with the divine.
All are welcome to shop at the Harvest Craft Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25, at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson at 80 Main St. in Hudson. Crafts that will be available for purchase include fused and stained glass, plates and bowls, clocks, hurricane lamps, decorations, seasonal decor, candle and flower holders, cards, journals, art prints, dolls, hand painted purses, scarves, greeting cards, gift card holders, handmade jewelry, semi-precious gemstones, glass beads, crochet blankets, and more. For more information, visit ucmh.org or call the church office at 978-562-9180.
What do you have faith in if you are nontheistic? Why join a church if you don’t believe in God? This Sunday, Oct. 19, congregation members Diane DeFranzo, Becki Harrington-Davis and Josh Kirch will share what being a Unitarian Universalist humanist means to them in a worship service that explores the tradition of religious humanism.
We are called to find our way in the world together guided not by fear, but by love, not by suspicion and mistrust, but by the promises we make to each other. This Sunday, Oct. 12, at 10:30, the Rev. Megan Lloyd Joiner reflects on how mutual trust and love are integral to participating in congregational [ … ]
All are welcome to attend a free evening of arts featuring silent film pianist Richard Hughes on Saturday, Oct. 18, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson.
Hughes will talk about the “Golden Age” of silent film and then play piano two hilarious short films: “One Week” with Buster Keaton [ … ]
In honor of the Jewish High Holy Day, Yom Kippur, this Sunday we will consider the importance of forgiveness in finding hope, healing and wholeness in our lives. Through story, reflection, and ritual, this service will invite you to find the deeper peace and freedom that forgiveness offers.
This Sunday’s service “Through Eyes that Have Cried” urges that compassion be the center of debates around immigration. An award winning preacher, scholar and social justice organizer, the Rev. Colin Bossen is currently working on his doctorate at Harvard University where he is studying the relationship between theology and social movements. Prior to returning to academia Bossen [ … ]