Coming Events

Pie Social

Sunday, October 26th
Immediately following the service
Gathering Room

pie_sliceThe Fellowship Ministry Team will host its annual pie social! A variety of delicious home-made pies will be available for sale by the slice or whole pie. If you’re interested in contributing a pie, please see the sign-up sheet at the Fellowship Table in the Gathering Room
or contact Deb Simmons.

 

Community Musical Sing Along

Sunday, Oct 26th
3:30-5:00PM
Gathering Room

Join us on a Sunday afternoon to Sing Along or just listen to music from your favorite Musicals! Light refreshments served.

 

 

Estate Planning, Wills and Charitable Giving Seminar

Thursday, October 23rd
6:00 – 9:00 PM
Gathering Room

The Planned Giving Ministry Team and The Mehta Group, Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. team will be hosting a dinner and an evening presentation on Estate Planning – focusing on the importance of wills and the wide array of charitable giving methods.

A catered dinner will be served at 6:00 pm in the Church Gathering Room, followed by a seminar highlighting the importance of an up-to-date will and the wide variety of charitable giving options available. We will also present basics of planning for your financial future and answering any questions.

RSVP is desired for the dinner planning and set up. Sign-Up will be in Gathering Room or contact Jennifer Royce.

 

 

Workshop-”Never Turning Back”

Saturday, November 8th
10 AM – 2PM

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Celebrating 30 Years of Open and Affirming in the Massachusetts Conference

Please see registration form and flyer 30th YEAR REGISTRATION

First Anniversary Celebration as an ONA Church

Sunday, November 9th
9:30AM
Sanctuary

rev. Mitchell

We are pleased to have Rev. Louis Mitchell speak during our service on Sunday Nov. 9th.

Rev. Mitchell comes from a long line of people who believe that community building and community service are important spiritual values. Rev. Mitchell is very active in the LBGTQ community and this just lists a few of his accomplishments.  He was honored as the recipient of the 2011 Haystack Award from the Massachusetts Conference of the UCC for his work in Social Justice and Social Ministry. In 2014, Louis was named as one of the ten leading Black Religious leaders Advancing LGBTQ Justice by BelieveOutLoud. Louis was also featured in the documentary, Still Black: A Portrait of Black Transmen. He currently serves as the Minister of Family and Congregational Life at South Congregational Church in Springfield, MA and is the Community Engagement Coordinator for TransFaith.

Please click on handout Trans Saints

Ongoing Events