Continued thanks to the many folks who made it possible for us to gather at Thoreau for the past three weeks. Here are some more photos from worship on June 20th and 27th!
After a long pandemic wait, we finally got to get our hands dirty helping at the neighborhood Habitat home we raised $30,000 to support in March 2020. Thanks to all the WCUC members and community friends who joined us in the work. It was a great day! So many thanks to the support of kind and skilled Habitat volunteer guides. Our work included removing siding, taking down a back porch, and taking out drywall.
Here’s our first attempt at recording live worship (outdoors!) to share with you. A sermon on Mark 4:1-9. How can we accept God’s grace in good times and bad?
After 66 consecutive Sundays of having our main Sunday service on Zoom, we gathered in a new space outside of nearby Thoreau Elementary School to share in-person worship (and stream to Zoom!). Thanks to all of the folks who put in countless hours to make this logistically possible, all who were willing and able to show up to try it out. It was wonderful to be together and we hope to improve the experience as time goes on. Join us there on June 20th & 27th and August 22nd & 29th and September 5th, weather permitting!
After being forced to cancel our Pentecost event due to predicted storms (which never materialized), Sunday Fellowship was determined to gather together on June 6th despite the record heat. Once we consulted with Minute Man Arc’s nurse, packed coolers full of cold drinks and set-up in the shade, it was party-time! Enjoy these photos of Sunday Fellowship’s first in-person gathering since March 2020.
After a difficult year, we have many folks to give thanks to and lots to celebrate. Here are some highlights from Sunday:
Our new member and Executive Minister for Strategic Operations, the Rev. Dr. Audrey Price, offered this Sermon on May 30th. Texts: Psalm 29, John 3:1-17.
WCUC families had an amazing day last Sunday celebrating Pentecost outside with an energizing drama, parachute prayers, kite flying and craft making, and LOTS of wind! Enjoy our pictures as we were filled with the Holy Spirit!
The Youth Group ventured out last weekend to Groton for some amazing kayaking on the Nashua River. We basked in the glory of water, trees, bridges, turtles, birds, lily pads and more! We hope you enjoy these pictures and we encourage you to try out family owned and operated Nashoba Paddler’s this summer.
This Sunday we showcased music recorded throughout this past year and gave thanks for all the musicians and technicians who made it possible! Here are some words from Jim and a new anthem debut.