Sunday Service Nov 7th

"The Peace of Wild Things "

by Rev. Jenna Crawford

Service at 10:30 a.m. and on Zoom

All persons attending a regular Sunday Service in person are asked to wear masks in the sanctuary. For more click here

The poet Wendell Berry writes, “When despair for the world grows in me and I wake in the night at the least sound in fear of what my life and my children’s lives may be, I go and lie down where the wood drake rests in his beauty on the water, and the great heron feeds. I come into the peace of wild things who do not tax their lives with forethought of grief.” This Sunday, five UU congregations across the North Shore have put together a pre-recorded service to explore what Berry means in this poem. Rev. Jenna explores what silence and peace can do to enrich our interior lives, and Rev. Janet Parsons (Gloucester) explores how that silence and peace can then inform and enrich our action in the world. Come, settle into the peace of worship and of wild things, and join us. If you join in person, we’ll be having a Thanksgiving leftovers potluck lunch directly following the service - so save those leftovers!

Rev. Jenna

Holiday Leftovers

We hope you’ll stick around after the service this Sunday for a Thanksgiving (Day of Mourning) leftovers potluck lunch! Bring any leftovers you have from Thanksgiving for a potluck meal to share after church.

Sunday Morning Offering

A vital piece of moving through this crisis is maintaining our UUCM building and systems. If you're able to participate in our customary Sunday morning plate donation, your donations of any amount will gratefully be received by clicking here, Sunday Morning Offering (online) or text the word "give" to 781-381-4488 and follow the prompts. Pledges can also be set up via text but you would have to text "amount+ pledge" (for example: 50 pledge or the amount you'd like to donate). You may also send checks to UUCM, 28 Mugford St. Marblehead, MA 01945. Thank you.

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Prayers for People

We're continuing with the opportunity to submit your joy or sorrow for the Prayers for the People ritual ahead of time.  Click here to submit before the service:

If you use the form, you don't have to write it on a piece of paper if you're attending in person, and you don't have to type it into the chat quickly during the service if you're on Zoom.

We welcome all people without regard to age, race, national origin, ableness, class, sexual orientation or gender identity.