What an amazing day Sunday was as we celebrated our Coming of Age Youth. The fact that 75 plus people stayed on-line and signed into 6 different zoom meetings as we troubleshooted Zoom is testimony to our care for one another. Thank … read more.
Coming Soon! Zoom Lectures, Tuesday nights at 7:00 starting June 2nd with David Radue, speaking about the Ranked Choice Voting Campaign in Massachusetts. Join us for his 20 minute presentation, Q and A, and time for group sharing. On June 9th, Piali … read more.
Success! Thank you Nellie Agosta for raising close to $2K by walking 13 miles, and for being team captain. Our team the harvard hunger resistance movement raised $2,984 by walkers: Tom Daniells, David Kendall, Susie Macrae, Meghan Neville, and Andy Perkins. And thank you(!) to … read more.
On Sunday, May 3, in a 15-minute frenzy of fun, with more than 60 households participating, our text-a-thon raised…(drum roll please)…an amazing $25,510!
Pat yourselves on the back for sure!
A huge THANK YOU to all who helped pull this event together: Rev. Jill; co-host Jim … read more.
This spring, we have a particular focus for our meeting – Covid -19 and its effect on the church community – physically, emotionally, and financially. How will we function in the new environment to fulfill our missions and functions of the Church? What have we … read more.
Please join us by Zoom immediately after the service on Sunday, for the fifteen most entertaining minutes in fundraising. The $15,000 miracle could turn out to be the side show.
Watch dancers in the spirit of the dance marathons of the 1920’s!
Watch art being created before … read more.
We hope everyone is doing well and from time to time checking in with your church buddy. If for some reason you did not get a buddy, or if you or your buddy are in need of additional support please let the Caring Committee … read more.
Friends, it is that time of year again; the Walk for Hunger! But of course, having 9000 people get together on Boston Common to walk 20 miles is just not happening in 2020. But the problem of hunger is, and in a bigger way than … read more.
Our eGiving service, Vanco, provides tools to make giving simple even when we’re unable to gather to attend church. Their eGiving is safe and secure, and it allows you to designate your contribution to the weekly plate collection, towards your annual pledge, UUA dues, or … read more.
With our lives currently being held hostage by the corona virus, our GAYT effort will take a breather and start up again in the fall. In the meantime if you are able to send in a check to support the UUSC’s efforts around the … read more.