UUCW continues to monitor local, regional, and national recommendations related to the ongoing effort to address COVID-19 and its variants. Our buildings remain open and we have begun to accept building rentals again. Sunday morning worship is being provided both in-person and online. Our Religious … read more.
Author: Jennifer Landry
Photo of the Week #1
Choir members, from left, Ken Basye, Dave Bonneau, Kim McCoy, Linda Orcutt and Moira Rouse lead the congregation in singing “May Nothing Evil Cross This Door,” the Opening Hymn on September 25, 2022. The Rev. Aaron Payson sings from the … read more.
If you were a newcomer in the last year or just have questions about how to get connected at UUCW, join this informal introduction and opportunity to meet the Connections Team. Bring your questions, or join just to listen. All are welcome! Register in advance for this … read more.
Sunday October 2. Families, please arrive at 9:55am- and go directly to Fellowship Hall to drop your children for the Animal Adventure presentation! All classes, including Breakfast Club, will be in the presentation together. Claire Breyton and Beckley Schowalter will be presiding at … read more.
Sunday, October 16, 2-5 pm: Massachusetts Interfaith Power and Light and Worcester Congregations for Climate and Environmental Justice invite you to Love.Earth.Justice.: A Multi-faith Service of Prayer, Celebration, and Resolve. We will gather at First Unitarian Church in Worcester at 90 Main Street to celebrate … read more.
We had a very productive meeting/rehearsal Sunday Morning. Please note the following important rehearsal schedule change that will begin immediately. Instead of meeting on Thursday night, we all agreed that it might make it easier to hold two SHORT rehearsals on Sunday. We will meet … read more.
Thank you for stopping at the table Sunday, and to those who have already donated.
Your steps are needed now more than ever. The lingering effects of the pandemic, along with drought, inflation, and the war in Ukraine, are placing millions at risk of starvation.That’s why … read more.
Are you ready to make some GOOD TROUBLE?
Beginning next Sunday, October 2nd, we will be offering you opportunities during coffee hour to put your faith into action and help communicate voting information to BIPOC communities in states with voter suppression and be prepared to vote … read more.