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Honor A Special One with Tulips!

Enhance our sanctuary on Easter.   Donate a potted tulip plant in gratitude for, in honor of, in memory of or in celebration of a loved one. The person or event you honor will be listed in the order of service, along with your name.  The tulips will be displayed that morning. After the worship service... Read more »

Traces of the Trade: A Story of the Deep North

Film Screening and Conversation Harvard Divinity School student Katrina Browne discovers her New England ancestors, the DeWolfs, were at the epicenter of the slave trade as the most notorious slave-trading family in U.S. history. In this award-winning film, members of Katrina’s extended family join her to trace their ancestors’ involvement in the Triangle Trade, grappling... Read more »

Learning & Listening – A Conversation on Reckoning & Repair

The Racial Justice Coordinating Committee (RJCC)’s Reckoning & Repair working group is offering a series of listening sessions about the statement coming up for vote by members of our congregation. We need to acknowledge that the founders of our congregation owned enslaved persons. Join us in these conversations about our legacy of colonialism and slavery,... Read more »