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Please join us for the Dances of Universal Peace @ Concord UU, held the third Sundays of each month from 7 - 9 PM.
The practice of the Dances of Universal Peace cultivates harmony in body, mind and spirit. This community practice includes focus on breath, listening, feeling, seeing and silence. An atmosphere of heart centered peace and harmony is created. The Dances of Universal Peace are led by Sarah-Elizabeth Whitcomb and Jenaabi Finlay with musical support of guitar, harp, flute, recorder and drum. The Chapel will be open a half hour prior to the start of the dance. All are welcome to join us as leaders and musicians connect and create space together.
Come, come, whoever you are! Bring yourself, an open heart and a friend to the dance circle! For more information please contact Sarah-Elizabeth Whitcomb at 365-0852 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger at email@example.com or 410-4830.
We all know that the furnace and windows cost a lot of money. What we maybe didn’t realize is the hidden costs: lost rental income and a larger electric bill to run the temporary heating. Here’s an easy way to contribute to those costs and maybe win a wonderful night out.
Buy a raffle ticket!First prize is a Sunday through Thursday one night stay at the Centennial Inn with breakfast, a $100 gift card to “O” restaurant, and two tickets to the Gilbert and Sullivan performance at South Church featuring musicians from our church. Second prize is a $50 gift card to Barley House restaurant and two tickets to the Gilbert and Sullivan performance. The performances are March 8-10.
Tickets cost $10 for one or $25 for three. Tickets will be on sale on February 10, 17, 24, and March 3 before and after church with the drawing on March 3 after ticket sales end.
Everybody wins by supporting the Greener Sanctuary Project!
“Keeping It Real,” Rev. Claire Feingold Thoryn.
“To thine own self be true” is easy to say, but what does it really mean to strive for an authentic life? What is authenticity—and how can we see it, be it, and understand it? Rev. Feingold Thoryn has been the Associate Minister at the First Parish in Lincoln, MA, since 2006. A lifelong UU originally from the Washington, DC area, she attended Harvard Divinity School. Claire preached at General Assembly in 2011 and is on the board of the Massachusetts Bay District of UU Congregations (north-eastern Mass). She lives in Medford, MA, with her husband and daughter.