SHARE THE PLATE CHARITY FOR November

The November charity is our annual collection for the Guest at Your Table program of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee. This year during Guest at Your Table, we are invited to witness stories of our partners around the world as they tell us about home. … read more.

SAVE OUR DEMOCRACY – UU the VOTE

In January 2020, the UUA launched  UU the Vote* – a non-partisan faithinitiative to mobilize voters in the 2020 elections. UU the Vote is working with congregations and other organizations to get thousands of Unitarian Universalists throughout the country to take action to support electoral justice. UU … read more.

First Parish – Practicing “Social Distancing”

Dear friends,

Rev. Paul and your Parish Committee have determined that the best way to protect all of us in our community is to begin practicing “social distancing.”  Our decision puts us in line with most other congregations, schools, sports teams – and almost every aspect … read more.

GREEN SANCTUARY COMMITTEE’S GREEN TIP OF THE MONTH

If every home in the U.S. replaced just one 12 pack of 300-sheet virgin fiber bathroom tissue with 100% recycled product we could save:
1,900,000 trees
690 million gallons of water and
4.4 million cubic feet of landfill space.

“FIGHTING FOR LGBT RIGHTS IN UGANDA”

A Film and Lecture by Rev. Mark Kiyimba
Saturday, September 21, 2019 at the First Parish UU Church, 50 School
Street, Bridgewater – in the Upper Parish Hall
Free Luncheon with the Guest Speaker at 12:30 PM
Program at 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

The public … read more.

2018/2019 – Six month review

Since the annual meeting will be here before you know it, I thought it would be nice to remind people about the first 1/2 of the church year. This was posted in Bridging a while ago, but if you didn’t take a look or want … read more.

SHARE THE PLATE – April and May

The April and May Share the Plate charity is the annual Kids to Camp appeal to support camperships for Sheep Pasture Nature Camp in Easton. 

Sheep Pasture Nature Camp, which is operated by the Natural Resources Trust of Easton, has 154 acres of farm, forest, meadows … read more.