Rev David Bryce
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Welcome to The First Church in Belmont, Unitarian Universalist. We are a mid-sized church of almost 400 families and individuals.
From September through early June, we offer two worship services each Sunday at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., along with religious education classes for children (preschool through teen). Child care is available for younger children. On certain specified Sundays, announced in advance, there are changes in the schedule. Our social hour after each service is a wonderful way to meet people; our members make a special effort to greet visitors and new parishioners.
During the summer, June 15 to September 2, there is a lay-lead service at 9:30 a.m. Child care is available during the summer.
***Sunday, January 25th***
The Wheel of Life and Our Partner Church
Rev. David M. Bryce
9:00 & 11:00 Church Service
Childcare for infants and young children
(For weather-related Service and Children RE class cancellations, please check 617.484.1054 x250.)
Our annual celebration of our partner church connection and our combined recognition of the wheel of life that affects both our congregations.
The flowers this Sunday
are given by Sarah Cliffe and Peter Guthrie in memory of their parents, Pat and Frank Cliffe & Helen and Harvey Guthrie.
9:00: Debora Hoffman and Lanier Smythe
11:00: Laurie Dalton and Jean Mooney
Lay Pastoral Care:
9:00: Abby Jacobs
11:00: James Hencke
Welcome & Announcements:
9:00: Betsy George
11:00: Carolyn Howard
Transylvania-16th c. Hungarian melody
Alfa Joy Radford, organ
A virágok vételkedése (Rivalry of the flowers) -Folksong from Nyitra
Livia Racz, soprano
9:00 Nova Choir:
Székely áldás (Transylvanian Blessing)
- E. Norton (contemp.)
11:00 Sr. Choir:
A Székelyekhez (To the Transylvanians)
- Zoltan Kodaly (1882-1967)
Canzona - J. K. Kerll (17c German)
Mary Beekman, organ
A désfalvi csere alatt (Under the Désfalva shrubbery)
-Folksong from Désfalva
Livia Racz, Emma & Hanna Racz-Kozuma
** Next Sunday, February 1st**
Rev. Doris Hunter preaching
“Should We Blame Religion?”