July 9 Service at 10:30 AM
Reverend Charles Wilson
October 31, 2017 is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation!
It was started by Martin Luther, a preaching friar who belonged to the largest Catholic religious order of his day, the Hermits of St. Augustine.
I will talk about a few of the incendiary questions he raised about the nature of the Christian faith, From Luther’s provocative challenge to the Roman Catholic church and its mercenary system of indulgences quickly came the movement called the Reformation That movement split European Christendom into a thousand pieces. Our church is one piece that emerged and flourishes, phoenix like, out of the fires that Luther ignited in 1517.
I greatly admire Luther and will try to tell you why I want to celebrate him this year.
During the summer months we host lay-led summer worship. This makes summer worship special because each individual brings their own unique flavor to the service. Summer services begin at 10:30 am.
June 25 Closed — You are invited to go to live stream worship at General Assembly in New Orleans. http://www.uua.org/ga/program/highlights/sunday-morning-worship
July 2 Closed for Independence Day Weekend. Enjoy your holiday!
July 9 Rev. Charles Wilson
July 16 Iain Goddard
July 23 Jennifer Revill
July 30 Marcella Guerriero
Aug. 6 Edith Fenton
Aug. 13 Hal Morse
Aug. 20 Lisa Judd
Aug. 27 Judy Putnam and Helen Brandt
Sept. 3 Closed for Labor Day Weekend. Enjoy your holiday!
Fall worship schedule begins on September 10, 2017 Water Communion Service
June 4 Service at 10:30 AM
Rev. David Prentice
This Sunday we warmly welcome the Curate from All Saints Episcopal Church of the North Shore, Rev. David Prentice, to preach to us about the power of partnership, especially of the Danvers Interfaith Partners.
We will honor Annie & Jack Lombard’s completion of the first Danvers Interfaith Confirmation Class and welcome our newest members to our beloved community: Eric Crane, Robin Healy, Cynthia Salloway, and Fedela and Bob Vincent.
May 21 Service at 10:30 AM
Rev. Julie Lombard, Stacey Sherman, and Sunday School Gang
This multigenerational service is a celebration of all that happened in our Religious Exploration Program this year! In the religious education curriculum, the youth have learned the many stories behind the super heroes found in the Bible, from Moses to Jesus. Come hear what our youth have been learning this year, how they learned it, and from whom. Join us for this joyous event that calls all hands on deck.