Sunday morning worship is for many the core of our congregational life, a time we share in reverence, love, and contemplation of ultimate things. Sunday Morning Worship is held in the Sanctuary at 10 AM from the Sunday after Labor Day through late June. Through hymns, readings, stories, meditation, prayer, candles of caring, and the sermon, our worship is intended to comfort and stimulate parishioners of diverse traditions and beliefs. The Minister and the Deacons welcome your thoughts on how we may best achieve these purposes.
Childrens’ Programming: Children and youth join in worship with the entire congregation each Sunday at 10 AM. Following “Time For All Ages” they leave for Religious Education programming. Once a month they remain for multi-generational worship services.
Fellowship and conversation are offered in the vestry following the morning service.
The minister is generally responsible for three sermon-centered services a month. We hold one multigenerational service each month as well. The Director of Religious Education and the minister collaborate in the planning and presentation of these services. We also have several lay led services, or services with guest speakers, over the course of the church year as our worship calendar permits. We are fortunate to have members of the congregation who are willing to share their gifts to create thoughtful services on a wide range of topics. Anyone wishing to plan a lay worship service should submit his or her topic idea to the Worship Associates.
In the event of a storm, power outage, or other emergency, church services and activities may be canceled. Check the following sources before driving to church if you think venturing out may be risky.
- Our church phone outgoing message: 978/486-3044
- Our website: www.fculittle.org
- Boston television stations: WCVB (Channel 5), WHDH (Channel 7), WLVI (Channel 56), and Fox 25 (Channel 25).
- Email: If you are member of the FCU listserve, you will get an email message. If you are not a member, click here to subscribe to the FCU listserve.
FCU takes a summer holiday from regular Sunday morning services during July and August. The church community remains active over the summer in preparation for our annual ingathering service and country fair in September.