General Interest

Operetta Tickets on Sale Now

You may purchase Follen’s Pirates of Penzance tickets online via Brown Paper Tickets, for a fee of $1.52 per ticket. The password is “follen-only.”  Tickets will also be sold for cast members’ families and Follen folks at Coffee Hour this Sunday. The new ticket price is $15.  Please bring checks made out to Follen with “operetta tickets” in the … Continued

Our Transylvanian Friends Invite You

Follen’s Partner Church in Transylvania, Romania, has invited us to visit during school vacation, April 14–23, 2017. We will spend the weekend in Alsofelsozentmihaly, tour historic UU sites during the week, and then return for a second weekend in our partner village. The tour includes: Torda where the first act of religious tolerance in Europe was signed in 1568; Sibiu, the nicest city in Romania according to John … Continued

BIG DREAMS meeting June 5

The Capital Campaign Exploratory Committee has gotten a lot of ideas about what Follen should do in a capital campaign. We’ve been to a lot of meetings, we’ve had a lot of conversations over coffee, and we’ve gotten a lot of emails (at We’ll be having one last big open input session at noon June 5 … Continued

Follen Names New Music Director: Tyler Turner

The Music Director Search Committee and Reverend Claire are delighted to let you know that we have selected Charles Tyler Turner as the next Director of Music at Follen. Tyler, who currently teaches choral music and piano at Natick High School and directs the music program at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Wellesley, will join Follen on August … Continued

Music Director Search Update

Last Sunday, on behalf of the Music Director Search Committee, Gordon Hardy gave us an update on the process of finding a new leader. Here are his remarks:   Today I’d like to bring you up to date on the music director search process. As you know, in the fall Program Council formed a search … Continued

Transitions: Great Spring Offerings from Pastoral Care Action Team

Follen’s Pastoral Care Action Team (PCAT) is offering ongoing and new support groups, a two-part session on group process, and a four-part series of discussions about life’s big transitions this March and April. In the “Transitions” series, we’ll think deeply about our values and how they relate to death, long-term care, retirement, and more. For dates, times, and further information about … Continued