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Sunday Worship Service

April 30

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Action Sunday

This Sunday there will be a very short service at First Parish at 10:00 am, and people will then split up for their volunteering. There will be options for people who do not register in advance, Everyone is invited to lunch following the May 7 service to reflect on and share your experiences.

10:00 am

Highlights and Upcoming Events


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Sharing Our Stories: The Impact of White Skin Privilege, Power, Supremacy, and Silence on the Lives of People of Color

Tuesday, April 25 ♦ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm in the Parlor

The Racial Justice Coordinating Committee (RJCC) of First Parish invites you to join us for a powerful evening of storytelling, listening, and reflection. A panel of People of Color from the First Parish community will share their truths through stories of the impact of white skin privilege, power, supremacy, and silence in their lives. 

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An Open Conversation About Racism

Wednesday, May 3 ♦ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm in the Parlor

The Parish Committee and the Racial Justice Coordinating Committee extend a special invitation to members of the First Parish community to gather for this conversatin about racism. This is a chance for anyone to speak about issues of race bias, white privilege and power, discrimination, and institutional racism, and how these issues affect our community and our world. Click here for more info.

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Alliance Annual Meeting and Program: "Designing a Life" with Deborah Parker

Friday, May 5, in First Parish Vestry ♦ Program begins at 8:00 pm following the Annual Meeting. Everyone welcome!

Tucked away in Arlington where you've probably never noticed it is a very special enterprise: Deborah Parker designs unfussy, stylish women's clothes that you may have spotted along Brattle Street, at the MFA, or on a Sunday morning at First Parish. Come meet Arlington's very own fashion-designer-in-residence and hear how she turned her love of beautiful fabric into a business that's still going strong after 35 years.

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We Are Called to Heal and Sustain the Earth

Unitarian Universalists believe in using our minds, hearts, and hands — in heeding the evidence of reason and science, practicing compassion for ourselves and other living beings, and making a difference in the world around us.  

In this springtime season of the earth’s reawakening, we affirm the importance of protecting the interdependent web of life that sustains us, and that we hope will sustain humanity for many generations to come.

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