September 24 Service at 10:30 AM in the Church and on Zoom
Rev. Danielle Di Bona, Guest Speaker
The Rev. Dr. Danielle Di Bona has served Unitarian Universalism for over 30 years and is the 2018 recipient of the Award for Distinguished Service to the Cause of Unitarian Universalism, and the 2004 recipient of The Melvin Hoover “Beloved Community Award” for outstanding service to Communities of Color in Unitarian Universalism. In her retirement Rev. Di Bona serves as the Palliative Care chaplain at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, Massachusetts.
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Quilt Exhibition by Beatriz Grayson
Meeting Room Gallery
July 1 through September 30, 2023
Reception and gallery talk, September 24, 12 to 2pm
Free and open to the public
|At the age of 86, Beatriz (Bea) Grayson is still creating quilts in her Brooksby Village apartment. Bea explored many visual art forms during her childhood in Brazil. As a young adult, Bea came to New York City and attended the Pratt Institute. Since 1989 she has worked almost exclusively in the quilt medium. She states: It is for me a metaphor for making the best of life, of the cards one is dealt. Sometimes my piecing of yardage can be very deliberate;other times it just happens. This type of work reflects my notions of appreciating the chance encounter, embracing diversity, tolerating the juxtaposition of seemingly unrelated textures. Bea has exhibited her quilts in art shows throughout the country and one quilt is in the Lowell Quilt Museum collection. For more information go to www.beatrizgrayson.com.|
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Who We Are
NSUU is a sprirtual comunity, sharing our individual quests for truth, justice, and a sustainable life.
We use our Sanctuary walls to highlight the work of local artists. Paintings, photographs, textiles and other items have been adorning our walls for five decades. The public is welcome to visit during our Services at 10:30am on Sunday or at another time by calling the Church Administrator at 978-774-7582.
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