685 Main Street, Hingham, MA 02043
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Second Parish in Hingham

Unitarian Universalist

 

Upcoming Events

 

The Arts Festival is Here!

Join us for our exhibit and sale of arts and fine crafts.

We are open every day, May 3 to May 13, 10 am to 8 pm,

Sundays, noon to 4 pm

 

Opening Night Reception, Wednesday, May 2, 7 to 9 pm

FREE!

 

Junior Art Show Reception, Thursday, May 3, 5 to 8 pm

FREE!

 

The Hingham Singers Concert, Saturday, May 5, 7 pm

Tickets $15 in advance, $20 at the door

 

An Evening of Art and Wine, Friday, May 11, 5 to 8 pm

Sponsored by Main Street Market and Deli, we will have a selection of wines and craft beers to sample and order.

FREE!

 

Sunday School on the Run

Sunday, May 6, 4:30 to 5:30 pm

A monthly program for busy families who would like their elementary school age children to have an ecumenical church experience.  Our goals are to present a fun and inspirational program that includes an introduction to the following:

 

  • Character Education taught through the study of values.  For these spring classes the values will be Forgiveness, Gratitude, Courage, and Commitment.
  • Famous stories from a variety of religions including the Hebrew Bible and the Christian Bible taught as part of Western Civilization.

 

For more information, click here.

 

Men's Breakfast

Saturday, May 19, 8 am

Our next and final men's breakfast of the church year will be on May 19.  All men of the parish are cordially invited to attend. We will continue our tradition of hearty breakfasts with some healthy foods included. Please email Lou Belknap at lsbelknap@gmail.com or call him at 781-749-5519 if you can attend. There is no agenda, but come prepared to discuss whatever is on your mind.

 

 

 

Welcome to

Second Parish

   e are delighted that you have found
us and hope that you will feel at
home on our website and ultimately at our church.

As Unitarian Universalists, we are open and welcoming to everyone, confident that knowing you will help us understand the world more fully and that worshiping and working with you will help us in our constant quest to serve others and to appreciate the mysteries of life.

 

Please consider visiting us to explore what Second Parish has to offer.

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Seeking

Sunday Morning Worship at 10 am,

"Hour of Peace"

 on Wednesday evenings

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Learning

Religious Education Classes for Children
and Youth

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Serving

Ways We Work to
Give Back to the Community

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Connecting

We are a welcoming, intergenerational community that enjoys spending time together

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Worship Services

April 29th - Multigenerational Service on Kindness

During this service we’ll be sharing in small groups stories of kindnesses we have received - through life, through books and poetry, through music, through so many experiences. It will be an opportunity to learn more about what kindness can mean from multiple perspectives. Come prepared to share or to listen!

 

May 6th - David’s Ankles

Michelangelo’s statue of David is a gorgeous piece of art, yet it has been the subject of great concern given certain weaknesses inherent in the statue. What do the composition, creation, and conservation of this priceless work have to tell us about human endeavor?

 

May 13th - Nurturing Others

On this Mother’s Day, we’ll consider one of the qualities exalted as part of motherhood - nurturing others - and how so many, of different genders and family roles, can participate in this nurturing.

 

May 20th - Replacement of Flags at High Street Cemetery

We will tackle one of our annual community service projects, gathering at the High Street Cemetery to replace the worn flags on veterans’ graves with new ones for the Memorial Day holiday. There are jobs for all ages and abilities, from energetic walkers to skilled sitters. Afterwards, we will return to Second Parish for coffee hour.

 

May 27th - Scarred but Sustained

Having experienced the horrors of World War I firsthand, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien found a way to re-create a world of hope in the midst of the Lost Generation. Looking at their use of imagination to tap into the power of legend, this sermon will honor Memorial Day by considering the human power to make meaning out of brutal experience.

 

Meet Our Minister,
Rev. Stephanie Shute Kelsch u

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