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Our Sunday Services
Worship at the Walpole Unitarian Church promises a rich and diverse menu this year using a creative approach to sustainable ministry!
Reverend Elaine Bomford offers two services a month, and we draw from a large number of other professional and lay speakers. On the first Sunday of the month, we hold Circle Sunday service, a casual time to be together, discuss a topic, play and sing.
All fully vaccinated folk are welcome, and we ask that you wear a mask!
We'll take every safety precaution in accordance with health guidelines.
If you've not received the COVID-19 vaccine, please wait to join us until after you have been fully vaccinated. It will be a joy to be together!
Summer Services 2022
Unless otherwise noted, all services begin at 10 a.m.
June 6 – No service, annual meeting of our membership.
June 12 – “Flower Celebration” On this Sunday, all are invited to bring a flower, or a few flowers, from your garden or the wayside to add to our collective bouquet. Together with Rev. Elaine we will observe this traditional Unitarian Universalist celebration of diversity.
June 19 – A collaborative effort for Father’s Day.
June 26 – “Rooted: Life at the Crossroads of Science, Nature, and Spirit” Rev. Elaine shares her reading of this inspiring book by the naturalist and "ecophilosopher" Lyanda Lynn Haupt.
July 3 – No service a holiday weekend.
July 10 – “Stories from the Road” A Sunday to reflect with Rev. Elaine on joys, travails, surprises and lessons we experience through travel.
July 17 – “The Divine Name” with guest speaker Keith Penniman. An exploration of the meaning of the divine name revealed to Moses in the Book of Exodus, usually translated as “I am who I am,” and what it suggests about the ongoing revelation of the Eternal.
July 24 – “Sense #6” Rev. Elaine reaches into her barrel of favorite sermons to unearth and share "Sense #6," published in the Unitarian Universalist PSI Symposium's Annual Journal 2010-2011.
August – We will take our traditional recess during August and come back together on September 11th.
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8 December 2019
By Rev. Elizabeth Foster
Intro by Rev. Elaine Bombord
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