This Sunday

No Kicking the Cats

“Herding cats”? That may be. My wisdom hard earned over a quarter century of leading UUs is the cats don’t like being kicked and the minister will probably sprain something. I will share this and other semi-reliable epiphanies. No Religious Education class this Sunday. … read more.

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Expresso yourself coffeehouse: May 25 7:00pm

Expresso yourself coffeehouse: May 25 7:00pm

On May 25th, we will feature the singing/songwriter duo Stefilia's Stone. The theme will be "Celebration of the Female Spirit".
Stefilia’s Stone has performed on the Coffeehouse Circuit of Boston, festivals, and large scale events: Circle of Friends Coffeehouse, St. John’s Coffee House, Emerging Artists at Wachusett Valley Music Festival, Pet Rock Festival, Amazing Things Arts Center, Club Passim, The Bull Run, Mocha Mayas, Natick Center for the Arts, National Gap Store Event, Worcester State College, Hotel bel Air (LA), Quinsigamond Community College, The Natural Living Expo, Mamapalooza (NYC). They were also nominated as the Best Up and Coming Band by Pulse Magazine. “Together Carrie and Adrienne create a dynamic display of original music infusing classical piano style with finger picked guitar, smothered with lyrical finesse, served up with a splash of indie, adult contemporary and folk-pop with a pinch of funk. All nestled beneath a layer of feminine harmonies that will lift you up to the heavens and remind you, angels do exist.”

The Expresso Yourself Coffeehouse is an opportunity for musicians and spoken word artists to share their poetry, stories, and songs. It is held the last Saturday of every month at 7pm at the Historic Meetinghouse in Medfield, MA.

Are you up to the challenge to bring in a story/poem/song about this month's theme? One you have in your back catalogue or a new one hot off the presses?



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FPUU wins “Cool Congregations Challenge”

In December 2018, our Green Sanctuary Committee entered a contest—the “Cool Congregations Challenge” put on by the Interfaith Power and Light, a nation-wide organization that mobilizes a religious response to global warming in congregations through the promotion of energy conservation, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. Read more about the award!

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