When we get too far from the roots of the reason we became community in the first place, we need to be reminded. What is our purpose and our relationship with the world, with the divine, and with each other?
- The starting of the church year is a perfect time to reflect on what First Parish offers for our interest, growth, spiritual nourishment and what would meet our needs. The Covenant Circles is one offering for members that brings persons together to respectively listen to ... read more.
- Applefest History ProjectSeptember 21 & 22VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO MAKE THIS EVENT A SUCCESS! In an effort to enhance awareness of our church in the Northborough community, we are hosting a history timeline in the Meeting House (MH) during Applesfest which is September 21st and 22nd. The ... read more.
PROPHETIC ACTION AT FP:
— Climate Justice
We are working toward making our First Parish front lawn mowing entirely electric. A new gas mower pollutes 11x’s more than a new car – according to the EPA. Electric mowing at church keeps a lot of pollutants out of the air. For more information contact Ed Harlow or Jean Cahill.
— Social Justice
“Journey Toward Wholeness”, #BLUU (Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism) Collaborative, and ARE (Allies for Racial Equity). We successfully reached our pledge goal toward this justice ministry within our denomination by this link and our half plate offerings: https://www.uua.org/giving/areas-support/funds/promise-and-practice.
- ELECTRONICS RECYCLING: Bring your electronics to recycle at church on Saturday, September 7, from 9am to 2am. All towns welcome. More details in the Friday, August 30 Perspective. CARE DAY: On Saturday, September 14, from 9 to 12 we’ll again be joined by members of Sai ... read more.
- Our first Open Mic Café of the new church year is coming up this Friday, Sept. 6, at 7pm. Join us with your music, poetry, comedy or just come in to watch the performances and enjoy the company. The Governing Board is meeting on Sunday, September ... read more.