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Sunday Service: Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil

Political correctness has been accused of silencing free speech, pushing prejudices beneath the surface, and even causing a collapse in Europe. Trump has identified political correctness as a big problem in America, and a poll has shown that 71% of Americans agree. But does political correctness have a role to play? Do we have a responsibility   [ … ]

Preaching for Parishioners

Have you got a sermon in you? This class will walk participants through the process of writing and delivering a sermon. Together we will consider topics such as the purpose of worship, the role of the sermon, and tips for public speaking. Graduates of the class will have the opportunity to preach their sermons next summer.   [ … ]

Justice & Compassion Book Discussion Group

In this discussion group we will read books on themes that help us to build our capacity for compassion, respond to current justice issues, and delve into what it means to be human in today’s world.
Sept. 20 The Danish Girl, by David Ebershoff
Oct. 18 The Cow in the Parking Lot: A Zen Approach to   [ … ]

An evening of connections with loved ones in spirit

All are welcome to join mediums Laura Wooster and Danielle Dionne for an evening of connections with loved ones in spirit on Friday, Oct. 7, from 7 to 9 p.m. Not everyone present will receive a reading. However, it is the leaders’ hope that by witnessing the messages delivered, all attendees will find peace in the   [ … ]

Pub Theology: Mixing Spirit with Spirits

 Medusa Brewing Company and the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson are pleased to offer “Pub Theology: Mixing Spirit with Spirits”. Welcoming Atheists, Agnostics, Humanists, Christians, Buddhists, Jews, Muslims, others, and people who identify as “spiritual but not religious” to gather together talk and commune as those who want to can enjoy some locally brewed (alcoholic   [ … ]

Celebrate Hudson’s 150th birthday with a Freedom Concert at the Unitarian Church

All are welcome to a family friendly concert of freedom songs celebrating Hudson’s Sesquicentennial and honoring the history of abolitionism in Hudson. Consummate musicians and storytellers Kim & Reggie Harris will perform on Saturday, April 23, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Kim & Reggie Harris are a mini   [ … ]