Come join us over popcorn on a wintry Sunday afternoon to watch this recent and very poignant, 94-minute documentary about Fred Rogers and his long-running show, Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. Using clips from the show and interviews with his family, colleagues, and friends, the movie brings across Rogers’ great love and compassion for young children, and how masterfully he used his simple, imaginative program to educate and inspire them. Read more….
The Adult Faith Exploration Ministry will begin a series about the three religions that share Abraham as an ancestor—Christianity, Judaism and Islam. We begin with an introduction to Islam through video addressing history, beliefs and practices. Read More….
Second Wednesday of the month, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Contact Judy Arnold for more information.
Led by Reverend Judy Arnold, Associate Pastor, this informal group studies and discusses a different piece of scripture each time, looking at the historical, political, and religious factors. What does ancient scripture have to tell us about ourselves and the world we live in today? We seek to discover what God desires for each individually.
Seasonal programs, such as Summer Bible Study and Lent-related events, will be listed here closer to when they occur.
Monday, October 29, 7PM
SpeakOUT Boston came to our church on October 29th. SpeakOUT Boston is the nation’s oldest LGBTQIA speakers’ bureau and features a panel of speakers sharing their personal stories. This program supplemented our recently concluded program, “Transgender Awareness and Understanding” …Read More
Starting Tuesday, Sept 25
On September 23rd, 45 people packed the Palmer Room for a two-hour 11th Hour presentation by Anne Hoenicke about this subject. What is “gender identity,” what myriad terms are evolving to capture the transgender experience, why is the Christian teaching of unconditional love so important for the transgender community? Read more…See also the SpeakOUT Boston program listed above.
This past April we led an interactive discussion and workshop on the topic of civility. Read more…
Recently, we concluded our series on a topic rarely talked about: death and dying. This links us with two mainstream efforts known as “Death Over Dinner” and “The Conversation Project,” which aim to bring the subject of death/dying out of the shadows and into the realm of more comfortable, normal conversation. For an interesting link to some materials we used for preparation, please click here.