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Each Sunday the congregation gathers for worship at 10:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary. After the service there is a social hour with time for refreshments, fellowship, conversation and a chance to deepen relationships.
Most Sunday mornings we gather for Family Worship from 10:00-10:20 in the congregation’s Chapel, downstairs from the Sanctuary. Family Worship is interactive and especially designed for families with young children.
Children’s Religious Education and Youth Programming:
From September to June the church has a religious education program for preschool through eighth grade and a youth program for grades nine through twelve. Childcare is always available for infants and toddlers.
Growth and Learning for Adults and Youth:
The church offers multiple opportunities for adults and youth to grow in spirit, in ethics, in skills and in identity. There is an ongoing book group, as well as weekly yoga, meditation, and monthly grief support groups. Recent programs included a college planning workshop, a women's retreat 'Spa for the Spirit', an ongoing conversation series about Ralph Waldo Emerson, a Great Decisions program about global issues, and more! Contact Director of Lifespan Religious Education Rebecca Kelley-Morgan to get connected!
Winchester Unitarian Society also offers Covenant Groups, a small group ministry program for groups of 8-12 people who gather to explore spiritual and moral themes and practice deep listening and sharing with one another. Covenant Groups welcome new members in September and January/February. Contact Rev. Sarah Gibb Millspaugh to learn more.
The church is fortunate to have an excellent adult choir that rehearses most Sundays at 8:45 a.m. and then sings during the service. There is also a Children’s Chorale for children ages six through twelve. All skill levels welcome!
Social Action and Community Service:
The congregation has an active Social Outreach Committee and many adults and youth have been involved in service work in places as far away as the Gulf Coast and the Appalachians and as close as Roxbury. Every Sunday, we make an offering to local, national, and international organizations doing good work in the world. Annually, we give 5% of the congregation’s budget to justice and charitable groups. Throughout the year, we offer many opportunities for people of all ages to live their UU values of service to people and the planet.
And much more . . .
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