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Trinity Sunday

Posted by on 23 May 2013

Beloved,

When Rafe was little, he used to fret about the Trinity, about God being, as we say, three-in-one.

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Pentecost

Posted by on 18 May 2013

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Beloved, are you having the kind of hectic week that I am? 

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Music Director Job Opening

Posted by Molly on 14 May 2013

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DYNAMIC Davis Square Church Seeks Part Time Music Director

First Congregational Church of Somerville, UCC, is a thriving community in the heart of Davis Square, Somerville, MA. We are seeking a dynamic and creative music leader who will work with our Minister, Associate Pastor, Organist and Choir to create inspiring and beautiful music for worship every Sunday and on special occasions. This is a part time (8-10 hours/week) position, with pay commensurate to experience.

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Ascension Sunday

Posted by Molly Baskette on 11 May 2013

Ascension Sunday

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Marks of Discipleship: Prayer

Posted by Jeff on 15 February 2013

Beloved,
Today is Ash Wednesday and marks the beginning of the season of Lent – a time of prayer, paring down, confessing, and taking up.

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Ash Wednesday Service

Posted by Molly on 12 February 2013

Hi again Beloved,
So, tomorrow is Ash Wednesday, the start of our Lenten observance, a time for confession, introspection and spiritual renewal.

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Transfiguration

Posted by Molly on 7 February 2013

Hello Beloved,
I know that the threatened snowstorm spells peril for some: lost heat, lost power, and some may even lose their lives. I once served a church where one of the elderly parishioners told me about her husband who walked home, from Dorchester to Jamaica Plain, in the middle of the Blizzard of ’78, to be with his sweetheart. He died of a heart attack when he arrived. Romantic or tragic?

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We Believe

Posted by on 8 May 2009

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Beloved,

During Lent 2009, small groups of First Churchers met each week to talk about the relevancy of scripture and Christian tradition to our modern lives. We focused on four aspects of post-modern urban life where we felt like the dialogue between The Church and Culture had broken down: Isolation and Community, Poverty and Justice, Sexuality, and Death. Here is an edited version of the “We Believe” statements we came up with. They don’t represent all of us. We didn’t wordsmith or vote on these. They are just a Spirit-led response to our discussions, affirmed by all of us:

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