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On June 10, we welcomed some of our newest members, listened to inspiring music, and had the opportunity to hear Rev. Terry preach in the UU Wellesley pulpit for the last time. Watch a video of his sermon, "Cathedrals of Community," HERE. The video includes Sarah Larson's moving solo performance of "Sleepsong."
Watch the video of Rev. Terry's reflection about Mother's Day on May 13.
Click HERE to read the sermon delivered by the Rev. Dr. Kelly Murphy Mason on April 29, when UU Wellesley voted to call her as our next Settled Minister.
The Rev. Dr. Kelly Murphy Mason preached her first sermon at UU Wellesley on April 22 in honor of Earth Day. Click HERE for a print version.
On March 18, Rev. Terry preached about "One Big Thing." Click HERE to watch a video of his sermon and listen to some beautiful music.
Our Minister Emeritus, Rev. John Nichols, preached about prayer on Sunday, February 12. Our choir and visiting violinist Joy Grimes allowed us to experience the "WOW" that represents one category of prayer. Click HERE to watch the service.
On January 28, Rev. Terry preached on "The Road to Hell," accompanied by our a capella artists-in-residence, None of the Above. Click HERE to be inspired!
Our worship service on January 21 celebrated the 450th anniversary of the signing of the Edict of Torda, which laid the foundation for Unitarianism in Transylvania. Click HERE to listen to Rev. Terry Sweetser preach on the "Cost of Free Religion" and musical offerings by the UU Wellesley choir.
Click HERE for excerpts from our January 14, 2018 worship service honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,"When Words Are More Than Wind."
We welcomed special guest Cora McCold (Harvard MDiv '17) to our pulpit on January 7, 2018 to lay the groundwork for our racial justice focus. Click HERE to watch a video of her sermon on "The Habit of Justice."
Click HERE to watch a video of our special service on December 3, 2017 when Rev. Márton Csécs, the minister for our Transylvanian Partner Church, visited the UU Wellesley pulpit.