Visit our church Calendar for the full schedule of meetings and events at UU Wellesley.  Click HERE for more information about Adult Learning opportunities.  Click HERE for information about programming for children and youth. 

Visit our Music in Worship page to find out how you can take part in UU Wellesley's music program this month.


Saturday, March 24 from 8:30am to 1:00pm churchwide
Annual Rummage Sale
Doors open at 8:30, but the line starts forming around 7:00am!  That's how good the bargains are! $2 entry fee, refreshments available for purchase.  Find more information HERE.

Sunday, March 25 during Social Hour in Parish Hall
Equal Exchange Sales

Fair trade coffee & treats from Equal Exchange will be available for sale.  All proceeds benefit UU Wellesley's youth programming/activities and, with your help, we hope to bolster our support for this year’s program building efforts.  Please consider stopping by the sale table; you will be supporting our youth along with perpetuating fair-trade practices.  Click HERE to see UU Wellesley on the Equal Exchange website and learn more about the program! 

Sunday, March 25 at noon in the Chapel
Talking Matters

Talking matters when it comes to end-of-life planning, discernment, decision making, and care. Plan to attend this series of facilitated conversations regarding a broad range of end-of-life issues.  On March 25th, we begin with a workshop focused on what questions are important and helpful to consider when facing the end of life, and how to initiate crucial conversations about wants and needs with loved ones and care providers.

Thursday, March 29 at 7:00pm in Rice House
Pride Movie Nights@UUWellesley
We will be screening Kinky Boots, a feel-good comedy inspired by a true story.  The film stars Joel Edgerton, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Sarah-Jane Potts and Nick Frost.  Watch the trailer HERE.  We begin to gather at 7pm in Rice House, and the movie starts at 7:30pm.  ALL are welcome!  Find the entire schedule of PRIDE Movie Nights @ UU Wellesley HERE.


Sunday, April 1 at 10:30am in the Sanctuarty
Easter Sunday Festivities

Don your Easter bonnet and festive attire and join us on Sunday, April 1 for an Easter parade.  The Multigenerational Service will be led by Rev. Terry Sweetser.  Music is provided by UU Wellesley’s Adult Choir, and Suzanne Cartreine, Director of Music.  Childcare is available for infants, toddlers and preschoolers during worship.  Service begins at 10:30am in the Sanctuary.  Social Hour follows in the courtyard, weather permitting.  Children of all ages are invited to participate in an Easter Egg Hunt and have their picture taken with the Easter Bunny or his carrot.  All are welcome, Join us!

Sunday, April 1 at noon on the sidewalk front of UU Wellesley
Black Lives Matter Vigil

UU Wellesley’s Advocacy and Witness Interest Group, an initiative within our social justice programming, invites you to stand with us against white supremacy and for racial justice and human rights. We will be holding our monthly 15 minute silent vigil in recognition that Black Lives Matter.  For more information, please visit the Advocacy and Witness page on the UU Wellesley website HERE

Thursday, April 5 at 7:00pm in the Chapel
Documentary Film: "Waiting for Superman"
UU Wellesley’s exploration of inequality in America continues with a 2010 film by the director of “An Inconvenient Truth.” Following five promising pupils in public schools across the country, “Waiting for Superman” highlights seemingly intractable problems of the education system, with personal stories against a backdrop of statistics.  This conversation starter encourages the viewer to consider what it means to society when its youngest members aren’t given an environment in which to thrive.  As the tagline says: “The fate of our country won't be decided on a battlefield, it will be determined in a classroom.” 1 hr. 50 minutes

Sunday, April 8 at 8:00am in the Chapel

"A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. It combines the imagery of the circle and the spiral into a meandering but purposeful path. The Labyrinth represents a journey to our own center and back again out into the world."  ~ Dr. D. H. Johntson.  Ministerial Intern Sarah invites you to come and experience what this ancient practice may hold for you on the second Sunday of each month in our chapel.