Sunday, March 13 ~ A Faith That Opens Windows of Hope ~ 10:30 a.m.

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Sunday, March 13

A Faith That Opens Windows of Hope

A Hybrid Worship Service led by Rev. Stephen Shick

Unitarian Universalism has carved windows in doors that separate and divide. It has put hinges on walls of exclusion and erected signs that read “all are welcome here.” Our faith affirms that what is true in any religion is in that religion because it is true and not true because it is in that religion. That truth is, as the Christian writer John put it clearly “God is Love.” Sunday we’ll examine how faith in love can renew our spirit in these dark times of war, growing hatred, and dangerous climate change. 

Join us after the service for coffee and conversation downstairs in Union Hall.

Stephen M. ShickThe Rev. Stephen Shick is Minister Emeritus of the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Professionally he has been a local peace activist, national radio broadcaster, parish minister, founding director of two national Unitarian Universalist peace and social justice programs. Stephen currently teaches the art of speaking without a script to ministers and social justice activists. He is author of two Skinner books: Be the Change: Poems, Prayers and Meditations for Peacemakers and Justice Seekers and Consider the Lilies. Stephen and his wife JoAnn live in Lexington where they are active in First Parish’s social justice ministries.


Feeling a little under the weather, or just not ready yet to gather in person?

Click here to join us via Zoom!

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Many thanks to Matt Neal for facilitating our Zoom technology for this service.