Our focus this Sunday, March 15, is on economic justice, as we mark the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
“No Family Left Behind” will be the subject of the Reverend Frieda Gillespie’s sermon. “What would it look like to have an economy that puts real human needs before profit?” asks Frieda.
Representing the Share the Plate organization of the month will be Renee LaForce and Michele Chausse, who will speak about their employer, Health Quarters, a reproductive-health non-profit that has helped prevent unplanned pregnancies, GYN cancers, and STDs in Beverly and all northeastern Massachusetts for 37 years.
Our service will begin at 10:30 a.m., followed at about 11:30 by coffee and fellowship. Child care and a full Religious Education Program are available. Visitors are always welcome.