Rev. David Bryce
At its best, life is full of joy and happiness. But we also know that sorrow and sadness are inevitable. Some will suffer illness; we will lose loved ones, and we ourselves will pass away. We cannot predict whether or when particular sorrows will enter into our lives. Ultimately, we have the choice to mourn, to rage or to accept.
- This week at First Church September 18 – 24
ADULT PROGRAMS WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS
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- The Unitarian – September 15, 2017
This week’s news, service information, upcoming events, opportunities for action, ...
- UUA/UUSC Relief for Hurricane Harvey
On Friday night, August 25, Hurricane Harvey made landfall as ...
- Register Now for Religious Education
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- Youth Programs in the Fall 2017 – Spring 2018
As our year begins, I’m so excited to welcome the ...
- Belmont Unitarian Alliance Boat Cruise & Lunch Wednesday, September 20 12:00pm-3:00pm, South Bridge Boat House
- 2017 UUA General Assembly Greatest Hits Sunday, September 24 12:30pm, Library
- Beyond Ferguson: Bridging Cultural, Class, and Racial Separation Sunday, September 24 7:00pm, Library
- Women's Fall Potluck Supper Friday, September 29 7:00pm, Upper Hall
- Information Session on Fossil Fuel Divestment Resolution Sunday, October 1 10:00am-11:00am, FCB Parlor
- "Spiritual Audacity" with Rev. Dr. Jim Sherblom Sunday, October 1 12:30pm, Library
- Men's Fall Potluck Supper Friday, October 6 7:00pm, Upper Hall
- Fall Hike Saturday, October 7 2:00pm-5:00pm, To Be Determined
Our Members Say …
I will begin this story when I was age seven or eight and my bible was Popular Science Monthly. I was intrigued by the explanations of how things worked, and it stimulated my interest in electricity and electronics, which became the focus of my studies at MIT. My parents were basically agnostic and religion was hardly ever discussed. Read the full testimonial.