Please join us for another multi-platform (streaming live online, and also in-person in the sanctuary) worship service! Former FCU minister the Rev. Fred Small returns to our pulpit for the first time since 2008! His service description: “‘The rush and pressure of modern life are a form, perhaps the most common form, of its innate violence,’ wrote Trappist monk and peace activist Thomas Merton. ‘The frenzy of our activism neutralizes our work for peace. . . . It destroys the fruitfulness of our own work, because it kills the root of inner wisdom which makes work fruitful.’ As we work together for social and environmental justice, how do we remain grounded in a peaceful spirit? What can we learn from trees?”
To participate online, members and friends can click HERE shortly before 10 a.m. and enter the website password to receive a link to participate in the worship service. All are welcome to join the worship service live on our YouTube channel HERE (but the YouTube link will not allow you to interact as the Zoom link will).
A Unitarian Universalist pastor, singer-songwriter, and former environmental lawyer, Rev. Fred Small is Minister for Climate Justice at Arlington Street Church, Boston. He was ordained in 1999 by First Church Unitarian in Littleton, where he served as minister until 2008.