Monthly Archives: May 2017

Highlights May 25, 2017

Winchester Unitarian Society Highlights May 25, 2017 Sunday, May 28th: “And Yet I Swear This Oat” – Memorial Day Sunday With Rev. Heather Janules Worship Associates: Martin Newhouse Memorial Day asks us to remember those who have died in service to our nation. For many who give their lives, the sacrifice is not only for … Continued

Highlights May 18

Winchester Unitarian Society Highlights May 18, 2017 Sunday, May 21st: Sacred Belonging With Deborah Morgan Bennett To whom or what do we belong? Our family trees can provide us with one narrative about where we belong, they can also leave us questioning if we belong. The feeling of being exiled from our belonging, whether from … Continued

Memorial Day – Ceremony of Remembrance

The Winchester Unitarian Society invites the community to participate in a ceremony of remembrance at the World War I memorial at Main Street and Mystic Valley Parkway in recognition of Memorial Day on Sunday, May 28th. (You may learn more about the statue here: ) The worship service will reflect upon the history of recognizing … Continued

Highlights May 11

Winchester Unitarian Society Highlights May 11, 2017 Sunday, May 14th: Youth Sunday: Growing Up and Going Forth With Sam Wilson and WUSYG Youth Youth will lead this Sunday’s service, focused on growth, identity formation, transformation, and how the WUS community has impacted our youth as they prepare to go forth and spread their wings in … Continued

Highlights May 4

Winchester Unitarian Society Highlights May 4, 2017 Sunday, May 7th: Building Capacity to Lead: The Questions of Authority With Rev. Heather Janules Worship Associate: Phyllis Preston The WUS Vision Statement includes a goal of “empowering strong leadership.” This goal raises the question of authority. To whom do we delegate our collective power? And for what? … Continued