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Barbara Smith Founder HG

Household Goods: A Spirit-Filled Organization
HUUC will welcome one of the founders of Acton-based Household Goods. The organization’s longtime mission is to help people make a home during their time of greatest need. In support of the effort, donations of gently used flatware and kitchen utensils will be gratefully collected between now and then in the foyer. When possible, please bring these items in Ziplock bags to help keep them sorted. For more information, visit www.householdgoods.org or contact Kelley Taylor at kelley@picante.com.

Recent Announcements

  • Boxwood Tree Workshops November 16, 2017

    Time to make the Boxwoods! Come learn how to make Boxwood trees and centerpieces. The Women’s Alliance will have two Boxwood tree workshops in December. On Tuesday December 5, we’ll meet at 6:30 P.M. in the Van Wormer room at the Fellowship Building ...

  • Seeking Household Goods Donations November 16, 2017

    “Seeking Flatware and Kitchen Utensil Donations” 

    During the service on November, 26th, HUUC will welcome one of the founders of Acton-based Household Goods. The organization’s longtime mission is to help people make a home during their time of greatest need. In support of the effort, donations of gently used ...

  • IMAGINE! An Evening of Encouragement, Inspiration and Radical Imagination November 9, 2017

    Karlene Griffiths Sekou, one of Black Lives Matter Boston’s lead organizers, is pulling together a BLM fundraiser on November 28 featuring Cornel West, Neiel Israel, and Brittany Farrell. The next day she will screen the new film, Whose Streets, and there will be a panel with Brittany and others.

    Here’s ...

  • Women’s Alliance Panel Discussion November 5, 2017

    Partakers

    Alliance Meeting – Tuesday, November 7th

    Partakers and the “Ruth Support Group”

    A Panel Discussion led by Jane Gronholm and Ellen Iorio, Julie Anne Medjanis, Cassandra Werthman and others.

    Twelve years ago the Woman’s Alliance hosted a presentation from Partakers, an educational support group for prisoners. A large number of ...

  • Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil November 2, 2017

    Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil at First Parish Chelmsford 

    Saturday, November 18 

    First Parish UU Church of Chelmsford will hold their annual vigil for International Transgender Day of Remembrance on Saturday, November 18. The vigil is organized ...

  • 30 Days of Anti-Racism October 24, 2017

    Our Social Justice Ministry Committee, in association with the Anti-Racism Collaborative, has recently finished a series of workshops on recognizing and combating racism in our own congregation and in the community at large. As a follow-up to these workshops, I thought I might offer a helpful resource ...

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