First Parish Plymouth Unitarian Universalist Church
Freedom of belief is foundation to Unitarian Universalism. We affirm the worth of all human beings and the integrity of individual thought and action. As a liberal religious community, we share the quest for a practical religion based on deed, not creed.
We welcome all who would join with us in the spirit of love and peace.
We are a non-creedal church stressing love, service and religious freedom..
Our office can be reached at 508-747-1606
Join us on Sundays at 10:00 for worship.
After church please join us for coffee, fellowship, and snacks in Kendall Hall.
Sundays in September
September 7 Café Conversation Rev. Ed Hardy
What would it take for you to change your religion?
“Religion. It’s given people hope in a world torn apart by religion.”
This service will be held in the Fellowship Hall, with tables of four for dialogue and conversation. Twice the tables will shift and then repeat the question. At the end of the service you will have talked with nine people.
September 14 Water Service Rev. Ed Hardy
This is the annual “welcome back” to members of the congregation, especially the children. Members bring vials of water from places they have visited, places sacred to them, or from their home tap to share in the gathering.
How wonderful to see all your bright and shiny faces.
September 21 Practice Makes. . . . (Part Two) Vaughn Keller
“Healing the World” requires strength. It requires a hardy spirit that must be nurtured. Religion and science both teach us that there are specific practices that do “Nurture the Spirit.” What are these spiritual practices and how does a spiritual practice differ from everyday living? From brain waves to the demonstration of compassion, spiritual practices are different and they make a difference.
September 28 The One That Got Away Rev. Ed Hardy
Almost everyone has a fish story to tell, the one that got away, that grows and grows and grows as the years go by.
Whatever could we learn?
Whatever could be sacred and holy?