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Men’s Retreat

“Wellness in Liminal Times”  Saturday, November 4th1:00pm – 4:00pmLate lunch included (as part of social hour 3:15-4pm)Cost: $20 Susan Beaumont says in her book, “How to Lead When You Don’t Know Where You’re Going: Leading in a Liminal Season”: “Liminal experiences “follow a predictable three-part process. Something comes to an end.

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Pumpkins Arrive October 7th

Join us Saturday, October 7th spreading pumpkins across the church lawn, decorate the sales area and beyond, bring your wheelbarrow and gardening gloves. This is such a fun time for all families each year. We will be unloading pumpkins alongside The Lasell University Men’s Baseball Team. How to help our Pumpkin Patch be a success this

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Service Opportunities in September

*Save the Dates* September 11-15, 2023 New England UMC Mission Trip  to United Methodist Economic Ministries (UMEM) Strong, Maine Are you interested in helping with a NE UMC ministry to repair and improve low-income housing in rural Maine? UMEM hosts church mission teams all summer who go into the community

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Betty Meyer Gallery

Maria Termini: Earthly Visions of Color and JoyJuly 2 to August 30, 2023 Come and enjoy this exhibit of the uplifting art of Maria Termini which includes serigraphs, collages and acrylics. Her new work includes creation art inspired by ancient rock art and also painted music inspired by her experience of

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Book Read for July

Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond. Thursday, July 27th at 5:30pm come to The Cove to discuss and open our minds. Bring a chair and something to drink.

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Newton UCC Summer Worship

Please join the congregations of Eliot Church, Newton Highlands Congregational Church, United Parish of Auburndale, Second Church and Union Church in Waban for an all UCC Worship Service. When? August 6 at 9:30amWhere? 54 Lincoln Street Newton Highlands

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Book Read for July

Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew DesmondLet’s open our minds to the culture of housing insecurity.  We’ll meet to discuss this book towards the end of July, date to be announced. “Evicted transforms our understanding of poverty and economic exploitation while providing fresh ideas for solving one

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