Film Fest 2015: March 17th "GOD LOVES UGANDA" 7pm, Sampson Hall

A powerful exploration of the Fundamentalist Evangelical campaign to change African culture with values imported from America’s Christian Right. The Anti- Homosexuality Act passed in 2014 largely due to American influence greatly increasing the punishment and criminalization of homosexuality. God Loves Uganda premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.

Annual Meeting, March 15, 2015 Following Sunday Service

Members of the Parish are hereby notified and invited to convene in Sampson Hall, 222 Main Street, Kingston, on Sunday, March 15th, 2015 following worship services and a hearty coffee hour, beginning at or about 11:45 am.

Annual Reports are due in the office Tuesday, March 10th for the Annual Program Meeting on Sunday, March 15th.

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SUNDAY SERVICE March 8th, Meetinghouse, "The Good News of Humanism" with Brian Chenowith

Our guest speaker, Intern Minister Brian Chenowith will bring his personal insights to share on the topic of “Humanism and UU!”
Rev. Dan has set aside this weekend for participating in Alabama with many other UU ministers in the March for the Arc of Justice commemoration in Selma and Birmingham.

SUNDAY SERVICE March 15th, "Showing Up for Life" with Rev. Dan King

Dan returns from his experience at Selma to reflect with us on the importance of “Showing Up for Life.”
Following the service, our Governing Board will convene a Parish Meeting to provide an opportunity for all of us to review our progress during the current year and hear the preliminary plans of our standing Committees and Ministries for the coming year.  Members of our Governing Board are pitching in to supplement the usual coffee hour snacks from Pauline and Bob …

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First Parish “FILM FEST 2015″
The First Parish Church will be offering again this year a Film Festival three Saturdays beginning February 21st”. The films will be “Focused on Justice” and viewing is FREE to the Public.
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Rev. Dan King
Rev. Dan King

Services incorporate a wide variety of traditional and contemporary liturgies and forms, featuring instrumental and choral music coordinated by our talented Music Director, Dr. Randy McGee; it is also our tradition to offer refreshments and conversation in the Beal House parish fellowship hall following each service.

Our experienced professional Director of Religious Education, Dr. Kate Sullivan, a psychologist with special expertise in child development, works with well-qualified and trained

staff volunteers to provide guidance to youth activities and small group programs like Spirit Play for children in the Beal House. Quality nursery care for infants and toddlers is always provided concurrent with worship services (10:15-11:45 am.)

Sample special programs: various Youth Groups; several Women’s Spirituality focus groups, two Wednesday morning and evening crafting groups; two Men’s Groups; and various Spiritual, Seeker, and Covenant Group opportunities from time to time. Ongoing Social Action activities and sponsorships for justice programs in local, national, and international contexts are also important elements for the congregation’s mission focus.

Many significant community activities are also co-sponsored and/or housed at the Beal House Sampson Hall facility on a regular basis: The South Shore Folk Music Club (nearly 40 years of concerts and coffeehouse performances with us), Kingston Library speakers and monthly “Locavore” programs,several Girl Scout troops, and six different weekly twelve-step groups.

Sunday parking is available in two large lots adjacent to the Beal House directly across from the sanctuary at 222 Main Street, as well as a dozen spaces of on-street parking on the west side of Green Street (on the Town Green) and ADA-accessible parking and ramp on the north side of Main Street immediately adjacent to the church.

Please be our guest at any of our services!

In faith and hope-
Rev. Dan
(The Reverend) Dan King, Senior Minister

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