First time visitors can find more information HERE.
On Sunday, March 25 worship will be led by Rev. Terry Sweetser. Join us for a Palm Sunday themed worship, “From Utter Darkness.” Music is provided by UU Wellesley’s Adult Choir and Suzanne Cartreine, Director of Music. Childcare is available for infants and toddlers during worship. Worship begins at 10:30am in the Sanctuary. Social Hour follows in Parish Hall. All are welcome, Join us!
Sunday’s service will be Live-streamed online beginning at 10:15am. Be there even if you can’t be here!
Congratulations to everyone who worked so hard on the rummage sale. What a week it was! Even a nor'easter could not dampen our enthusiasm or our energy. So now it is time to finish the clean-up and to send in those expense reimbursement requests. The Search Committee has also finished its tasks. They have ranked the outstanding candidates and sent our preferences into the UUA. So maybe now it is time to turn our energy to the next Black Lives Matter vigil, to the joy of the carnival, to the next Circle Dinner and to so much more. Please give generously to support the many good works of this congregation.
Youth in Grades K-8 will meet in the Chapel for Mariposa Kids Yoga presented by UU Wellesley Alum Lyn Jekowsky.
Equal Exchange Sales
Fair trade coffee & treats from Equal Exchange will be available for sale in Parish Hall during Social Hour. 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!
LGBTQ Interest Group Meeting
Our LGBTQ Interest Group preserves and further cultivates our congregation’s designation as an official Unitarian Universalist “Welcoming Congregation," striving to uphold the inherent worth and dignity of all persons, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression, within our congregation, our community, and beyond. We will meet at 11:45am in Rice House. New friends are always welcome at our meetings. Please email the church office HERE for more information.
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. This Sunday, 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. The Conversation begins in the Chapel after Social Hour.