Coming Up in Worship & Religious Education
Sun Sep 24 @10:00AM - 11:00AM "Commonwealth"
Rev. Bob Johansen
The state of Massachusetts was founded as a commonwealth. What are the biblical and historical roots of this ancient concept? How might we think about the idea of commonwealth today? Our Religious Education classes will continue their journey of understanding, tolerance, and celebration for the diversity in Sacred Places. The older children will visit a Catholic Church as the first of many visits to other places of worship.
Choir rehearsal at 9:00am in the sanctuary.
Fellowship/Coffee Hour follows worship in Hawkins Hall. Please join us!
Religious Education & Youth Special Events
Sun Sep 24 @10:00AM - Religious Ed Classes Children begin in the sanctuary with their families then leave with their teachers for class.
Beginner Group (K-4th grade) This is part two of a two-part lesson entitled: “Sacred Places” by Pilemon Sturges. People of every religion have built special places – some small and simple, some large and elaborate – where they gather to worship, meditate, celebrate and hope. The children will use Legos to build Sacred Places. Congregates are invited to view the Sacred Places during coffee hour. Teacher: Rebecca Young-Jones
Please Note: Youths who are not able to attend the Catholic Service are welcome to remain in the Sanctuary at FCCU.
Nursery The nursery is open every Sunday from 9:45 to 11:15 and is located in the end classroom in Hawkin’s Hall. The Nursery Caretaker is Emma.