Samuel’s Message

  • January 26, 2021

1 Samuel 3:1-20

Watch Amanda Gorman read her inauguration poem in full here:

This Little Sign of Mine

  • January 20, 2021

To celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., WCUC was invited to join an at-home sign making project hosted by the Concord-Carlisle Human Rights Council in collaboration with COAR (Communities Organizing Against Racism). We offered the opportunity to participate to our children, our youth, and the wider congregation, and the pictures we received of the created signs are amazing! Take a look at how WCUC is honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and illustrating our dreams for our communities.

Reflection on Sacraments

  • January 19, 2021

Pastor Hannah reflected on what a sacrament is in our tradition and how we might celebrate communion even when we are apart.

Pageant 2020

Thanks to the efforts of so many for making this pageant possible!

Christmas Eve in the Garden

Thanks to the efforts of many, we had two gatherings on Christmas Eve to share the story of Emmanuel, God-with-us. Take a look!

Sledding and S’mores

  • December 23, 2020

The youth group took advantage of the sunshine and snow last weekend with a gathering for some outdoor fun. We enjoyed some sledding (and a few friendly snowball fights) and then warmed up by the fire with hot cocoa and s’mores. We might have to make this an annual tradition!

Christmas at Home

  • December 22, 2020

For those who wish to worship at home, and prefer not to join in our Zoom service, here are some music files to help you celebrate!

Texts of Revolution

Why do we mistake these beautiful texts of Advent? A reflection on Isaiah 11:1-11 and Luke 1:46-55.

Covid Can’t Stop the Cookies

  • December 15, 2020

The youth returned to their kitchens this past weekend for more baking – apart and together. With Christmas songs and conversation on Zoom, we got to work on our favorite cookie recipes….everything from hershey kiss blossoms, to chocolate chip and decorated sugar cookies. The youth, along with a few special guests (parents, siblings, and two younger aspiring youth group members) enjoyed some holiday cheer during a challenging advent season.

SF in the Light and In-person

A huge “thank you” to all of our volunteers, caregivers and staff for making Sunday Fellowship in the Light possible this year in all its many forms! It is a testament to our partnership that we were able to offer a safe event that was truly accessible to everyone. Please enjoy these photos showing outdoor visits at home with baby Jesus and in-person visits to a music-filled, candlelit Sanctuary for the first time since March. We hope everyone is enjoying their gift bag filled with holiday cookies and Sunday Fellowship’s newly minted T-shirts. Merry Christmas to all!