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Red Cross Blood Drive,
Saturday, March 4, 10 am to 3 pm
Make an appointment at redcrossblood.org, or call Art Edwards at (508) 958-3688. Drop-ins are also welcome.
Men's Breakfast, Saturday, March 11, 8 am
The next men's breakfast will be March 11, at 8:00 a.m. in Cushing Hall. All men of the parish are cordially invited to attend. We will continue our tradition of hearty breakfasts with some healthy foods included. RSVP to Lou Belknap, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pledge Drive Kick-off Potluck Supper,
Sunday, March 12, 5 to 7 pm
Join us for an evening to review the goals of the church, look at next year's budget and renew our commitment for the coming year. We will hear from Susan Weisenbeck, Leadership Board Chair, and break into small groups for dinner and discussion. Please see the sign up sheet in Cushing Hall or RSVP to Susan Weisenbeck at email@example.com.
UU Union Celebration "Singing for the Earth"
Folk Concert with Fred Small
Sunday, March 12, 3 pm
First Parish in Norwell, 24 River Street
Instead of a Sunday morning Union Service with our five local UU congregations, we are having an afternoon celebration featuring UU minister, folk singer, and climate activist Fred Small. This event for all ages will celebrate the earth through uplifting song and inspiring words. All are welcome!
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Please consider visiting us to explore what Second Parish has to offer.
March 5 - Fumbling Towards Forgiveness
Forgiveness may be the most challenging expression of love human beings ever attempt. It is too large a topic to address in one sermon, so this will be first in a sequence of randomly scheduled sermons dealing with some of the complexities of forgiving.
March 12 - The Little Red Hen meets Stone Soup
Fables and parables have long been used to teach basic truths. In these two long-standing stories - of the Little Red Hen making bread and the soldiers making soup - we find out something about giving and generosity.
Don't forget about Daylight Savings Time -
turn your clock ahead one hour on Saturday night!
March 19 - Deep Choices
When we are faced with the choice between doing something for our own family or for the family of humanity, how do we choose? Waitsill and Martha Sharp chose to serve the family of humanity as Hitler rose to power in Europe, leaving their own children to save children in Europe. Their story and the complexity of the choices they made suggest something about the responsibilities we face today.
March 26 - Guest Minister, Rev. Dick Fewkes - The Courage to Change – Reflections on the Serenity Prayer
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