All are invited to attend services at First Parish every Sunday at 10 a.m. followed by coffee hour in the Webster Room downstairs.
WORSHIP OFFERINGS FOR MARCH 2014
10:00am in the Sanctuary
March 2, 2014: The Rev. Cynthia A. Frado, preaching
Fearless Living in a Fearful Age From Greek poets to Unitarian philosophers, from Buddhist reflections to sage Bombeckian wisdom, our service today will speak to a few of the ways that we can live courageously as we negotiate life's many challenges. This is a great Sunday to bring a friend to church.
March 9, 2014: Chalice Circle, Facilitated by Laurie Tigan
March 16, 2014: The Rev. Cynthia A. Frado, preaching
Is Your Camel Lost? Now that we are in the midst of Christian Lent, a wilderness service seems appropriate for the season. Let Islamic mystic, Jullal ad-Din Muhammed Rumi, be our guide. His poetry is beautiful and provocative and worthy of any journey into the desert! This service is for all wanderers...
March 23, 2014: Guest Speaker: TBA
March 30, 2014: The Reverend Cynthia A. Frado, preaching
Yes, We Can! Today is a very important day to be in church. Our service is one of celebration and hope as we lift-up the many values and gifts, hopes and dreams of our congregation. Who are we? What do we have to offer one another and the larger community? What values to we live by? What do we want to achieve as a congregation? Today is also the beginning of our annual canvass campaign. It is all about "community"! Please join us for this important and inspirational service. (There will be a potluck luncheon following the service today. Please bring something to share.)
All services begin at 10 a.m. and are followed by a coffee hour social downstairs in the Webster Room. Children and youth are invited to enroll in our Religious Education (RE) program which is held during Sunday services. Children and youth are part of the service for the opening rituals and then are "sung out" by the congregation to their own worship and education programs. They gather again with the adults during the coffee hour social. On occasion we hold inter-generational services where the children and youth stay for the full service with the adults.
Trine Cheile, Gaelic for cheerful disorder, play an eclectic Celtic mix of chestnuts, including a diverse repertoire of Celtic favorites and songs of those 'Wilde Irish Women' inspired by local Irish harpist and songster Rosie Caine and performed by a stunning quintet of Valley artists. (They have played to great acclaim in Ireland!)
Harp and Vocals ....Rosie Caine
Bass and Vocals ....Jim Ferry
Cello ....Robin Pfoutz
Guitar and Vocals ....Michael Morgan
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