Open discussion group about sustainability issues.
Children join their age-appropriate class in Rooms 1, 3, and 5 for religious education classes.
The choir warms up before each service during which it is scheduled to sing. The choir on/off schedule published on the web calendar is accurate through June 11, 2017.
During our worship service, children ages 3 to 12 are welcome to join their parents in worship, or go to our Children's Village for a time of fun and learning.
Nursery care is provided for infants and toddlers during the Lifespan Faith Development hour, starting at 9:30, and during Worship, starting at 10:30.
This Exploring Membership series will begin February 12, and continue on February 19, and March 26 from 12:15-2:15 pm, with a light lunch provided each time. There will be a New Member Covenanting during worship on Sunday, April 2 for those who feel ready to sign the book; there is no pressure to join.
Whether you are a Unitarian Universalist from another congregation ready to make Concord your home, an immigrant from another tradition who feels this may be a good place for you now, or someone who is wondering what it would be like to be a member of a church for the first time, our Exploring Membership series is designed for you. We will share the spiritual journeys that brought you here, provide some history of our movement and this particular congregation, and help you make connections to areas of church life that would feed your soul, help you grow, and allow you to serve.
If you have questions or would like to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lyn Marshall at 568-8084.
"Losing Home: Finding Home," Whitney Howarth and David Canfield with guest JackieJacqueline Manirambona. Imagine fleeing with your family from your home and village; then existing for years and years in a barren camp in another country; and finally, after learning that going home is not possible, leaving the camp to make home in an utterly strange place half-way around the world. Join us to feel the sorrows and challenges of our "New American" neighbors living their cycle of losing and finding home.
An alternative worship service featuring songs and chants accompanied by a small group of live musicians, brief readings, silence, and candle-lighting.