Services

Groundbreaking

In our last service before summer break, we will end with a ceremony of Groundbreaking for the new building. See the Groundbreaking Ceremony

Bridge to Tomorrow

During our annual service of celebrations and transitions, we will honor our outgoing staff Rev. Susanne Intriligator and Interim DRE Deb Weiner, as well as hear reflections from graduating high school seniors and from FUUY Advisor Brian Sewell. The video of this service is password-protected. To see it, email communications assistant Laura VanderHart at adminasst@follen.org.

A Time of Transition

We will have three worship services in June: June 3, 10, and 17. On June 17, after the service we’ll have the groundbreaking for our building project! This Sunday Rev. Claire will reflect on the worship theme of “Ephiphany.” “Rejoice in the Lord Alway” “The Road Home” “Shall We Gather at the River”  

Memorial Day Weekend

Rev. Claire and Follen member David Armstrong will lead a short, contemplative service of guitar music and remembrance, in honor of Memorial Day weekend

Coming of Age: Two Services

Join Rev. Claire, Deb Weiner, and the Coming of Age advisors, mentors, and students to celebrate these amazing young people becoming adults. Two different services, 9:30 and 11:30am.

Beyond Mothering

Our worship theme this month is “Beyond,” and Rev. Claire will go beyond traditional explorations of Mother’s Day to reflect what it means to be a creator of life and healer of suffering.

Meditations on Mercy

Rev. Claire will reflect on how can we embody mercy, peace, and lovingkindness. We will practice compassion and mercy together as our open-to-all “No Name Choir” leads us in a collage of hymns that includes “Amazing Grace,” as well as opening and closing the service with variations on the Taize meditative chant/song “Veni Sancte Spiritus.” … Continued

Question Box

Go ahead, ask Rev. Claire. This Sunday is the annual Question Box service, when  Rev. Claire answers your questions live, in real time. With special music from our soloists. Congregational Meeting immediately following the service. Question Box Reading and “Sermon” “Mercy Mercy Mercy” “Poor Wandering One” “By My Side” Heritage Fund Discussion and Vote  

In the Dark

Mercy is not highly valued in the culture we live in. From road rage to pre-emptive war strikes, our culture is far more prone to holding grudges and hitting back than it is to turning the other cheek. How do we seek the counter-cultural way of loving mercy?

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