This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Coming of Age Service

May 23 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Samantha McCune, Service Leader

Join us in celebration as the youths at Northshore Church are completing the Coming of Age program. This  service is especially dedicated to this milestone in the youths’ lives and their never-ending spiritual journeys.  While learning in community with each other over the last year, the youths have been working diligently on  their credos, which they will share with the rest of the NSUU community. Please join us in uplifting the youths  and their stories in this special Sunday service. 

Northshore Church annual meeting will be held directly following this morning’s service. 

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – As Tranquil Streams that Meet and Merge

May 16 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

The Unitarian Universalist Association celebrated its sixtieth anniversary this week. On May 12, 1961 the Unitarians and Universalists merged after a long, flirtatious courtship that some say lasted as long as 100 years. This service will explore what each of these traditions brings to Unitarian Universalism and how our tradition has evolved over time. 

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Mother’s Day

May 9 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

The celebration of Mother’s Day on May 9 will include brief remembrances by Andrea Kaiser,  Jean Koulack-Young, Kathy Ulman, Martha Ardiff and Mark Rand as they honor their mothers. This special  service is dedicated with respect and support for the greater circle of life of which we are all a part.  

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – “It’s May!”

May 2 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Carol Strecker speaking 

In the Earth-centered, Gaelic traditions Beltane, traditionally celebrated May 1st, marking the half-way point between the Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice. In other words, it’s the height of spring and halfway to summer. The greening of the Earth has begun in earnest, punctuated by colorful wildflowers, daffodils and tulips. This service will celebrate the life-force that connects us to all that is. It will also include some time for contemplating the place of work in our lives as we honor International Worker’s Day. 

Pledge drive kick-off 

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – “Loved into Being”

April 25 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

This very special Sunday Service, produced by our Unitarian Universalist Association, is a celebration of all the ways we love each other into being through our gifts to this congregation. 

Worship leaders include Rev. Chris Long and Rev. Mariela Pérez-Simons. UUA leaders participating in the service are Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, Rev. Vail Weller, and Rev. Erika Hewitt (coordinator). The Music Director for this service is Jen Hayman.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Earth Day Service

April 18 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Green Sanctuary Team

Join us for our annual Earth Day service, sponsored by the Green Sanctuary Team. It will be a celebration of our beautiful earthly home as well as a call to action. This year we plan to have two state legislators as guest speakers: Sen. Joan Lovely and Rep. Sally Kerans. Our guests will discuss current and planned legislation for environmental justice as well as what we can do to participate in the process.

Start listing your questions for Sen. Lovely and Rep. Kerans. This is a great opportunity for us to hear from and be heard by our legislators! As you prepare your questions, please send them to Iain Goddard, or igoddarda@aol.com.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – “Bound by Covenant”

April 11 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

Unitarian Universalism is a covenantal faith, not a creedal faith. We don’t tell people what to believe. We invite people to enter into a process; creating covenants that state explicitly how we want to be together. Our Unitarian Universalist Principles are a covenant of how we want to be in the world. This morning we’ll begin to look at the importance of covenantal relationships within a community like this congregation. 

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Easter Sunday

April 4 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

This is the season of new life! We’ll celebrate with gratitude what’s being born in the natural world and in us as the seasons and cycles of life continue.

You are invited to send a picture of yourself/family/pets in your Easter finery; bonnets/bunny ears, etc…. for a virtual “Easter Parade” to begin our celebration.

Send your pictures by Friday, April 2nd via email to Gary Nelson at ammodytes2000@gmail.com.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – The Welcome Table

March 28 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

Sure, we’re welcoming. We’re friendly and curious but is that all that’s required of us to be a People of Welcome? Are there intentional ways we can widen our circle of welcome: as individuals, as a congregation, as Unitarian Universalists?

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Mud Seasons of the Heart

March 21 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

There are five seasons in New England: summer, fall, winter, spring and mud season. On the leading edge of spring, what might we learn from this liminal time that often feels like being “stuck” in the mud?
Equinox – equal day, equal night.

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