Past Services

Sunday, July 31st, 2016

There WILL BE Childcare available at this service.

Dr. Malik M. A. Khan, President Islamic Center of Boston, Wayland will be our guest worship leader. He has been affiliated with the center since 1989 in various capacities and has held the position of the president of the center three times. He is an electrical engineer by profession and did his graduate studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Both he and his wife have been a part of their center’s Interfaith and Outreach committees throughout their association with the center.

Music provided by Trish Woods.

There will be childcare available
at this service.

Sunday, July 24th, 2016

The Human Right to Water. Marcia Whitehead from Corporate Accountability International will join us to lead a service about the work they do in the conservation and stewardship of our land and resources.
(Community Room)

Sunday, July 17th, 2016

Racial Justice: join the Racial Justice Task Force for a service focusing
on our complicated journeys around race, racism, intersectional identities,
and privilege.
Music provided by Lisa Martino.
(Community Room)

Sunday, July 10th, 2016

Tales from Israel and Palestine. Guests Ginny Crocker and Dee Russell will relate stories and show photos from their visit to Israel and Palestine with the Interfaith Peace Builders in November. On their trip, Ginny and Dee spoke with both Israeli and Palestinian groups working for peace, saw and heard about human rights violations, and visited several Palestinian villages and homes. They will speak on those experiences that affected them the most.
Music provided by Trish Woods. (in Fellowship Hall)

Sunday, July 3rd, 2016

QUAKER SERVICE: Neil Saunders in the Community Room

Sunday, June 26th, 2016

WORLD POETRY: SOPHIE WADSWORTH

Sunday, June 19th, 2016

Tales from FPC’s Transylvania Pilgrimage. Music provided by FPC’s group choir.

Sunday, June 5th, 2016

An Intergenerational Service led by our Minister, Tom Rosiello and Intern Minister, Ilene Gillispie. This will be Ilene’s last Sunday with us. We’ll recognize her in the service and have a reception following. We bring our regular season of Sunday Morning Worship in our sanctuary to a close with our beautiful florwer Communion ritual. PLEASE BE SURE TO BRING A CUT FLOWER OR TWO WITH YOU TO CHURCH. We will bring them all together in one bouquet symbolizing the unity in our diversity.  In doing so, we will recognize the many blessings, gifts and talents we each bring to this community.  In gratitude for all we receive from others in our church community we will leave with the flower that another person brought. 
Our Adult choir, under the direction of Mike Pfitzer and the Children’s Choir under the direction of Pat Sorn, will be providing beautiful music.  Sanghee Kim will lead us from the piano and organ as we sing some favorite hymns.  This is a very meaningful service that really communicates what is at the heart of our faith
tradition.  If you have a friend or neighbor who you think might be interested in Unitarian Universalism, this would be a great service to invite them to attend.

Sunday, May 29th, 2016

One Service at 10AM
Memorial Day Weekend

This morning we will focus our attention on what Memorial Day means to us. If you would like to share your thoughts on what Memorial Day means to you for possible inclusion in the sermon, or if you would like to participate in the service, please email Tom at Minister@fpc-stow-acton.org. We especially invite the participation of our Veterans. Our worship service will be led by Tom Rosiello and music will be provided by Sanghee Kim.

Sunday, May 22nd, 2016

One Service at 10 AM

Many traditions claim to have all the answers. Whether we are talking about Christian, Muslim, or even Scientific Fundamentalism, the idea that your tradition as the only truth has been, and continues to be, a very destructive force in our world. In our Unitarian Univarsalist tradition, we make no claim to having all the answers, but instead we try to reverently live the questions. This morning we will embrace the mystery of what we do not know and explore the importance of resisting exclusive interpretations of our world. Worship will be led by Tom Rosiello with music provided by Music Director, Mike Pfitzer, and Sanghee Kim.

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