Please leave your art in the copy room or on a table in the gallery/Ann Smith room before Friday, 9 September. Email Jane Spickett with the title and any information/story about your work.
All are welcome to join a covenant group, where 8-10 people form strong bonds through discussing readings and sharing aspects of their spiritual lives. These groups meet monthly, with openings on Monday and Friday mornings and every night of the week except Saturday. If you would like to learn more about this program or sign up to join a group, please email email@example.com or phone DCE Susanne (781-862-3805, ext. 201).
Please Register Your Children Now Forms – including medical release – are available at Follen Registration Information and Forms. Please remember to include your activity fee for each child; if paying this fee is a hardship, please speak to me or a member of the RE Action Team. Programs start soon, and unregistered children are not … Continued
Every month Amy Newmark and Jane Spickett suggest some books related to the worship theme. For those of you who would like to connect a bit more with September’s theme of “Calling,” here is this month’s selection. Adults Leaving Church by Barbara Brown Taylor Younger children (ages 4 to 7) Yosemite’s Songster: One Coyote’s Story (Ginger Wadsworth) … Continued
I was in a local office supply store this week, buying some items for the DRE office (on the second floor – please come visit and say hello or make an appointment for coffee or to get together!) The place was jammed with youth and families buying school supplies. The line stretched back down the … Continued
Will you help the children, youth, and all of us at Follen by offering a little of your time to the great RE program here? We need: Coming of Age Leaders If you have been involved in COA before, you know what an amazing program this is. You’ll get back way more than you give. FUUY … Continued
This week the church’s coed softball team was knocked out of the Lexington Coed Softball Playoffs. In the town’s double elimination tournament, the Angels won their first game by the score of 15-13. However, in Games #2 and 3, they lost, and they are now out of the tournament. In Game #2, they lost by the score of 10-6. In Game #3, they lost 18-14. … Continued
This weekend, our family will be traveling to Cape Cod to honor my mother-in-law, Phoebe Soule, who died in early June, with a celebration of her life. The Order of Service has been finished and is being printed, the arrangements for the reception and housing of the family are complete. But my husband is deep … Continued
Rev. Claire and the Human Resources Committee are delighted to announce that they have hired a new Interim Director of Religious Education, Deborah Weiner. She starts August 8. Deb is a certified interim religious educator and lifelong Unitarian Universalist focused on helping congregations in transition infuse health and vitality into their religious education programs and their congregational … Continued
“Begin at the beginning,” the King said, very gravely, “and go on till you come to the end: then stop.” This piece of wisdom came from Lewis Carroll in Alice in Wonderland, and, although nonsensical like so much of Carroll’s writing, there’s real wisdom there. I’m so delighted to be beginning my time with you at Follen Church as … Continued