Winter weather is upon us! At this point, the weather forecasts for the area do not suggest conditions that would require cancelling our service tomorrow. However, we won’t make a final decision until 7 am tomorrow morning. If there’s any reason to expect travel to … read more.
Connecting with the church’s December theme of “Mystery,” the entire group of children and youth worked together with A.J. Derby and Louella Mann to see what would happen when heavy cream was poured into a mason jar and shaken by all members of the group. … read more.
This year, we’re hosting Secret Pals with a new twist! Bring a valentine to swap with another congregation member or child on February 10th! Much like flower communion, every person will create a valentine to share and leave it in a display of valentines. … read more.
We will be continuing this series in January by reading White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo together. We will meet after coffee hour for discussions on January 6th (through Chapter 5, which ends on p. … read more.
The Clothes Closet at the Brockton UU Church needs donations of warm winter clothing, including boots and outer-wearer. These can be for any age and in any size but should be clean and in (at least) good condition. Donations may be left in the … read more.
Beryl and Vernon Domingo
These presentations will explore gender identity, transgender rights, and the discrimination that transgender people face in their daily lives. It will also include steps that transgender allies can take to advance social and legal rights for transgender people. As parents of a … read more.
As a Green Sanctuary-accredited congregation, First Parish has made a commitment to respect and care for our planet Earth.
At First Parish coffee hours and events, we use
fairly traded organic coffee and tea
In our kitchen, we use
non-toxic, responsibly sourced cleaning products
chlorine-free, plant-based dish … read more.
MAKE FLEAS AND TICKS TAKE OFF!
Every spring and summer, fleas and ticks cause misery to people and animals. On pets, they can spread disease
and parasitic infections. Then, once bored with frolicking in fur, they may decide to feast on you! With the sudden spike in … read more.