Sunday, November 20 ~ Visiting Stow/Acton ~ 10:00 a.m.

Sunday, November 20

Visiting Stow/Acton ~ Services at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

Join us in person (masked) or online. Links and details below.

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“This is a time of celebration for you – celebrating an anniversary of a beginning for the White man in America. A time of looking back, of reflection. It is with a heavy heart that I look back upon what happened to my People.”
– Wamsutta Frank James


10 AM in the Sanctuary or online/phone

Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum 

Unitarian Universalists often wrestle with holidays and traditions that honor the colonizing behavior of our past, and especially can find Thanksgiving to be a difficult holiday. While we continue to share elements of our Thanksgiving service, like the tradition of our junior youth breaking bread, this year’s service will focus more on the history of colonization and the treatment of Indigenous Peoples. We’ll learn more about our Land Acknowledgement and our past efforts and future plans, as well, and be joined by members of the team that created it, Aimee Snyder Ledwell and Mary Evans.

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1 PM in the Sanctuary or online/phone

Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum 

Join us for a potluck after the morning service, and then for our annual service honoring the lives of Transgender people who died in acts of violence over the last year. We will be joined by other UU churches and clergy for this important remembrance.



Circle RE will be at FPUUN in Northborough this week. 

Next Sunday, November 27, we will return to UCMH for our monthly Spirit Circle, led by Nan Rogers. Stay tuned for details!