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Sermons from First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington Massachusetts

Nov 29, 2021

Cindy Tavilla, Jerry Silberman, and Maryglenn Vincens share their beliefs in a credo service focused on finding gratitude in surprising places, amid the strains of daily life multiplied by the pandemic.

Nov 22, 2021

This Sunday Rev. Marta Flanagan, Lead Minister, will preach with Rev. Erica Richmond, Parish Minister assisting. The choir will sing and Worship Associate Anderson will offer the pastoral prayer.
This week faces the challenges of feeling thankful while also acknowledging the atrocities that take place around us....

Nov 15, 2021

Welcome to hybrid service! Whether you are joining in the sanctuary or via Zoom, this is a big shift for our congregation! How do we honor that hope includes anxiety, celebration, optimism, realism, and despair? How do we keep claiming joy in this time of uncertainty?

Nov 8, 2021

Interconnectedness among trees occurs through visible and invisible pathways. The scriptures of world religions often reference trees as metaphor of spiritual values, or of description of the holy. Drawing on the importance of trees in holy writings, rituals and celebrations across religious traditions, Dr....

Nov 3, 2021

“Thin Veils and Tolling Bells” Rev. Marta Morris Flanagan, Lead Minister, preaching We may think of October 31 as Halloween, a day of tricks and treats. But All Hallows Eve stems from the Celtic observance of Samhain when the veil between this world and the next was said to be thin. The Christian tradition...