Tons of fresh jewelry stock has come in just in time for the holidays! Stop by the Community Room from 12-3 pm on Saturday, November 14th to find great jewelry bargains, as well as some holiday/hostess gifts, such as wine bags, bookmarks, FPC holiday CDs and cards and more! Bring your checkbooks! Read more
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There will be an opportunity to meet with the minister, Tom Rosiello, share your own personal religious journey if you like, ask questions and get to know others in the church.
To sign up or if you have questions, please contact Joleen Sullivan, our Welcoming and Membership Coordinator
Will be held in... Read more
This lecture and short play focuses on the personal stories of survivors of the violent partition of India and Pakistan in 1947—the largest mass migration in modern history, and one in which over one million lives were lost. The performance is both an attempt to preserve these stories before a generation of survivors is lost, and also educate people in our own country about a world event that has and continues to have enormous ramifications. This presentation is free and open to the public. Donations will be gratefully accepted to help fund the U.S. presentations. FPC’s facilities are... Read more
Come explore your own spiritual path. We are a caring and supportive community of people interested in uplifting worship drawing from a variety of faith traditions.
Attend Sunday services and experience:
• A welcoming Unitarian Universalist congregation
• Thought-provoking and inspiring preaching
• Vibrant music in many styles
• A liberal religious education program for children and youth
• Social justice opportunities and ways to serve others
Regardless of your theology, religious background, sexual orientation, gender... Read more
Mesdames, Messieurs et Enfants
Come take a journey to old Paris with your FPC friends!
The night promises to be a Fabulous Evening of Fun-Filled Fundraising featuring an Auction of Amazing Items Donated by Our Many Members and Friends.
Don’t miss the chance to enjoy:
- Delicacies from Tout le Monde
- Irresistable Desserts from the Patisseries of Paris
- Boissons for the Thirsty, including Beer and Wine, as well as ... Read more
“Whether your interests are sacred or secular, their music ripples with human emotion and imponderable mystery, beautifully evoking the plaintive pilgrim that wanders, yearning and hopeful, through the heart of American musical tradition.” The Boston Globe.
"This group is a force to be reckoned with onstage … their voices and harmonies can make you see the light, and tremble.” Vermont Life.
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“a deeply personal brand of folk rock (or "rock folk," as she calls it).” Naomi Graychase, Curve Magazine.
Melissa Ferrick is an indie singer songwriter from Boston. Her last release, The Truth Is, won the Independent Music Award for Alt. Country Album of The Year 2013. She was an Out Magazine featured music honoree in 2011.
Tickets are available at ... Read more
In response to the recent incidents in Ferguson Missouri, Cleveland Ohio and New York City, members of several local congregations, including St. Matthews United Methodist Church in Acton, South Acton Congregational Church, Boxborough United Church of Christ and The First Parish of Stow and Acton, Unitarian Universalist invite you to join them for a time of witness against racism.
The vigil will be held at 7pm on Thursday, January 8th at the First Parish Church of Stow and Acton at 353 Great Road in Stow. We will come together for an interfaith vigil service of... Read more