Visit the Follen Monthly Calendar to see all events at Follen
Registration continues for Follen’s Cape Cod Memorial Day Weekend in Brewster MA, which is happening from May 27-29 in 2017. Sign-ups for Cape Cod Sea Camps’ heated, unheated and youth cabins will continue on Sunday at Coffee Hour. Or use a Google form to signup online for Cape Cod. Additionally, you can just download the CapeCod Order Form. Any questions contact Laurel Carpenter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Immediate check payment is necessary to reserve places for this event. Reverend Susanne Intriligator will be leading beach worship service Sunday May 29. Sand castles, kite-flying, game night, talent show, biking, softball, ocean swimming, heated pool and great camaraderie . . . a great experience for all.
We welcome new people and current Follenites to a key annual social and spiritual event of the year!
Sunday, May 28, 9am, Follen Library
Friday June 2, 7:30 pm, Follen Community Center
Final film in a series sponsored by Follen Responds to Racism.
For details, see your Thursday email news, Follen For You.
Saturday, June 3, leave Follen at 9:30 am, return by 1:30 pm
Barry Gaither, the Roxbury museum director, will lead the tour. An international expert on Black Art, he will dazzle you with his knowledge and passion.
The program begins at 10:30. Space is limited and registration is required.
Email email@example.com and specify if you are willing to drive. Sponsored by the UMCT and the UUUM.
Thursday, June 8, 7 to 9:30 pm, Temple Isaiah
Racism is taught, and racism is learned. Understanding how and why our beliefs developed along racial lines holds the promise of healing, liberation, and the unleashing of America’s vast human potential.
For more than five decades, the Youth and Junior Choirs of Follen Church have been performing Gilbert and Sullivan operettas every June.
Follen’s 56th presentation, “Ruddygore,” will be performed Friday June 9 and Saturday June 10. Tickets are $15 each and available via firstname.lastname@example.org or online at Ruddygore at BrownPaperTickets.
Jessie Cali, Oliver Cotran, Izzy Fox, Sydney Hart, Owen Hefferman, Ben Horsburgh, Becca Johnson, Connor Mulligan, Juliet Stevenson, Grace Walters, Henry Walters, Liam Wurtz.
Robin Armstrong, Evan Bitsko, Elias Carver, Adam Harrington, Owen Hefferman, Lilli Jarausch, Venice Mountain-Zona, Honor O’Shaughnessy, Isabella Scopetski, Juliana Stern, Grace Walters, Tim Watson.
Abigail Becker, Stephanie Campbell, Henri Engstrom, Marjory Feingold Thoryn, Bayley Fox, Camden Fox, Alisha Gandhi, Rohan Gandhi, Claudia Hart, Ian Horsburgh, Calix Huang, Caleb Johnson, Emmy Jones, Skyler Kropper, Amalia Linden, Anneliese Linden, Kieran Linden, Owen Linden, Stuart Livingston, Robert Lloyd, Maya Lloyd, Hannah Markelz, Lucy Markelz, Neel Mohapatra, Heath Nevis, Jasper Nevis, Tess O’Shaughnessy, Maisie Rines, Lydia Rommel, Layla Roof, Nolan Roof, Dylan Scopetski, Ewan Swanson, Annika Truslow and Magnus Truslow.
For more info, please contact Lynnell Stern, operetta treasurer and ticket seller, at email@example.com
Sunday, June 11, After Worship
If your child is performing in “Ruddygore” this year and is in grades 2 to 6, the Religious Education Action Team invites them to an Ice Cream Social. Plan to stay after church to applaud your young performers and honor them with some delicious treats, as we celebrate a performance well done!
Saturday June 17, 2017
Clergy robe at 3:30
Reception to follow
Follen Church takes great pride in helping to prepare the next generation of Unitarian Universalist ministers. From September 2014 through June 2016, Hillary Collins-Gilpatrick served as our ministerial intern and earned our respect and affection.
Last fall, the Parish Board enthusiastically agreed to ordain Hillary, and at a special congregational meeting in February, Follen members voted unanimously to ordain her.
An ordination is a special worship service, in which a congregation exercises its unique power to bestow the title of Reverend and to bless a minister in her vocation.
Join Hillary’s family, friends, colleagues, mentors, and teachers as Follen celebrates her and ordains her to the Unitarian Universalist Ministry.
Come for the sacred rite and stay for the party!
Saturday, June 24, 6-9pm
Great wine, good food, fun company and beautiful music — all for a great cause. All proceeds go to benefit the Minister’s Discretionary Fund subfund for families with children with special needs.
Tuesday, May 2 or May 30, 4:30 pm
Help to grow food for the Lexington Food Pantry: An interfaith team work the soil every Tuesday afternoon and Saturday morning during the growing season.
No skill is required, and families are welcome. Follen provides two workers twice a month.
To sign up, contact Janet Lane. For a virtual tour of the garden, go to interfaithgarden.org.