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On Sunday, March 26, worship will be led by our Minister Emeritus, Rev. John Nichols.  The title of his sermon will be “Reflections on a Journey.”   Music is provided by UU Wellesley’s Adult Choir, and Suzanne Cartreine, Director of Music.  Childcare is available for infants, toddlers and preschoolers during worship.  Service begins at 10:30am in the Sanctuary.  Social Hour follows in Parish Hall.  All are welcome, join us! 

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Plate Collection

The collection this week will go to support Camp Starfish, the special needs summer camp that we have been helping for almost a decade.  Camp Starfish allows kids with significant behaviors to attend overnight summer camp in beautiful Rindge, NH.  Our church is a huge reason why the infrastructure at the camp has significantly improved -- we have painted, cleaned, and even built some of it.  This year our congregation will do a service day at Camp Starfish on Saturday, May 6 -- mark your calendar.  The collection will go toward purchasing the supplies we will need on that day, including lumber, paint and other building materials.

Checks should be made out to “UUSWH” to be tax deductible.  All cash and undesignated checks will be split evenly between the ministries of the church and the week’s designated social justice cause, approved by the Social Justice Council.  If you wish to designate your entire contribution to this week’s Social Justice cause, write “Camp Starfish” on the memo line. As always, pledge payments should be clearly marked.


Childcare is available for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers during worship. 

Youth in grades K-6 will explore the concept of “conscience” as it relates to the 5th principle of Unitarian Universalism:  The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large.