Bargains Consignment Shop Opens for Fall Season! Bargains in the Belfry, our own special consignment shop resells lightly-used clothing. The shop will be open each Tuesday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and the first and third Sundays 11:30-12:30. Bargains is located in the ‘Belfry’. Entrance is through the side door, near the front door of … Continued
4th Annual Story Slam (Like NPR’s “The Moth”) When: Saturday, November 4th, 7:00 – 9:00 PM Where: First Church Unitarian, 19 Foster Street, Littleton Tickets:https://2017storyslam.eventbrite.com Enjoy food, fun, and fellowship while supporting UU Mass Action and our shared social justice work! Story Tellers: Rev. Lynda Sutherland (First Parish, Northboro), Rev. Ellen Rowse Spero (First Unitarian Chelmsford), … Continued
The SHYG will be participating in Boston’s City Reach to benefit the homeless on Nov. 10/11. This year the youth have decided to solicit donations of new white socks, underwear and $5 Dunkin Donuts gift cards along with monetary donations to allow us to buy these articles. The gift cards enable the homeless to use the … Continued
2018 Stewardship Drive The 2018 Stewardship Campaign is off and running! REACH Party Oct 21 5:30 Pot Luck! Talent Show! Door Prize! Dessert! Lots of reasons to join your fellow UUs at a Pot Luck of hearty appetizers followed by a Talent Show led by MC Rick High. BYOB. Simultaneous Kids Pizza Party in Community Room with Juggler … Continued
For the October 27 screening, we will be showing the film Dreams Deferred: The Struggle for Peace and Justice in Israel/Palestine. This will continue our conversation on the Israel/Palestine conflict from September’s screening. The film is 68 minutes long, and is appropriate for middle school and up. Movie Information: A husband and wife team of first-time … Continued
Click here to sign up for the Late Fall/Early Winter (through Jan. 2018) pick up. To learn more information, visit our Glean Team webpage. New volunteers are always welcome. For more information, please contact Bob Benson, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Courtney Snyder, email@example.com.
For the month of October, please bring in condiments such as ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, pickles and salad dressing. If you have other items you would like to donate, Loaves & Fishes will gratefully accept those as well. Donation basket located in Sanctuary foyer. Thank you for your generosity and support!
Join us for a lively discussion of the Abrahamic religions. How are they related? What do they have in common? What is the meaning of the swastika? Of jihad? The religious leaders will answer your questions. Volunteers Hall, Harvard Public Library, October 24, 7:00 pm. Free and open to the public. Rev. Jill Cowie of … Continued
Journey Facilitated by Carol MacFarlane Given a different topic each week (eg. our childhood years, our life work, our spiritual path, to name a few), we will write about two pages during the week, weaving the memories from our past as they relate to each topic. Sharing our stories with the group will enrich all of … Continued
September 29 marks the beginning of our Social Justice Movie Nights at Harvard Unitarian Universalist Church. We will be screening a movie on some aspect of social justice every last Friday night throughout the church year. Meetings will be held at 7 pm in Sutherland Hall. Snacks and discussion will follow the screenings. About the … Continued