Sunday Worship Service

May 29

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Rev. Mary Margaret Earl Guest Preaching

"Broken Hearted and Open Wide: Reflections on Race and Justice"
A reflection on how the human heart makes a path to racial healing

The Rev. Mary Margaret Earl was installed last year as Executive Director and Senior Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry. She arrived at the UU Urban Ministry in John Eliot Square in Roxbury after spending the previous 10 years at McAuley Ministries, a faith-based nonprofit in Providence, RI, that provides food, shelter and clothing to those who were homeless or at risk of becoming so. She is past president of the Board of the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless, recipient of the 2014 Heroes of Faith Award from the Rhode Island State Council of Churches for her interfaith work, and served on the Pro Bono Advisory Board, which brings together large Providence law firms and underserved communities in need of free legal assistance.

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End the Stigma of Addiction

First Parish joins with the Arlington Police Department in a call to save lives by ending the stigma of addiction.

Do you or someone you love need help? Call the #StateWithoutStigMA Hotline at 1-800-327-5050 or contact the Arlington Police Department  at 781-643-1212 or 112 Mystic Street for non-judgmental assistance.

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