Please join us for this workshop for the social justice committees and all social justice activists in the six congregations of our Five Points Cluster.
Saturday, March 28, 9:30 - 12:30. From 9:00 to 9:30 there is a time of gathering and light refreshment. We will start the workshop promptly at 9:30 am. Held at Unity Church, 9 Main Street, North Easton.
We will explore why we do social justice work in our congregations. We will consider how we can do it more effectively while maintaining a heart full of love and hope. We will learn how each of our six congregations organize their social justice work. We will brainstorm how our six congregations can work together to amplify our social justice impact.
The workshop will be facilitated by Rev. Jim Robinson, UU minister, and by Adrienne Williams, UU storyteller and activist. The workshop will include lots of participation from everyone attending. Be ready for a lively morning!
There is no charge for the workshop - just your UU commitment. Register at email@example.com
This workshop is sponsored by the Five Points Cluster of UU congregations
We Did It For You! Women’s Journey Through History
February 16, 1:00 pm
“Run, don’t walk to see this magnificent performance!”
Women’s Information Network
“So outstanding, I got goose bumps and cried. Much better than reading about the women in a book.”
Lilly Ledbetter, Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act
“Catchy musical numbers, a dash of comic relief and a huge history lesson on feminism.”
Members of the Five Points Cluster and their friends are invited to a performance of Thea Iberall’s (member of UU Medfield church) play about the journey of women's rights. The performance will be on Sunday, February 16, 2020, 1PM at the Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center, Foxborough with a reception after the performance.
Click here* to order tickets online and for more information about the play. Follow prompts to purchase tickets and choose seats.
*For a discount ticket price ($3.00 off each ticket) available to members and friends of the Five Points Cluster Churches, email firstname.lastname@example.org before you order tickets. You will be emailed a promo code that must be used online at the time of purchase.
Bring in the New Year with friends from the Cluster!
First Parish UU in Canton has invited us to share in their celebration!
Feel free to bring your kids to this early evening celebration.
Where: 1508 Washington St., Canton, MA
When: December 31, 6:00-9:00 pm
All members and friends of UU Brockton, Canton, Foxborough, North Easton, Sharon and Stoughton are invited to a spooktacular event!
FPUU-Canton is hosting a Five Points Cluster Family Halloween Costume potluck supper on Saturday, October 26, from 5 to 8 PM in Parish Hall. Register at https://whoozin.com/clusterhalloween.
Saturday, November 3rd
Universalist Unitarian Church of Brockton
325 West Elm Street, Brockton, MA 02301
Nations should be expected to develop fair and ethical ways to manage often unanticipated immigration to their international borders, as well as rational policies to monitor and secure them.
Are our own immigration laws and practices fair? Do they reflect deeper racial prejudices within American Society?
We welcome a panel to discuss this important issue.
Join us in for constructive discussion and refreshments.
For further information contact:
Rev. Dr. Robert RN Ross
Memorial Day Weekend – Sunday Picnic
Sunday, May 27, 2018
Unity Church of North Easton
9 Main Street, North Easton, MA 02356
After our shared worship on Sunday, May 27th at Unity Church of North Easton, stay for a brown bag picnic! Bring your own blanket to sit on and lunch to eat! We'll provide worship, drinks, and desserts! You provide the wonderful company and conversation!
Saturday, April 21, 2018
9:00 AM – 1:30 PM
First Parish UU, Canton
1508 Washington Street, Canton, MA 02021
As Unitarian Universalists, we commit to living our deepest values every day wherever we are. When the world around us does not reflect our values, this can be especially challenging.
We are each called to live our values in particular ways. Some raise money or consciousness, some advocate, some take direct action, some provide service, and some do it all. Some of us work together on congregational or cluster teams, some work independently. We choose different levels of risk and focus in different spheres: extended family, church, service organizations, the public square.
However we are called to live our values, we need community to support us. At their best, congregations provide inspiration, encouragement, and insight that allow us to grow our souls, conscience and courage as we act on the commitments of our faith.
In this interactive workshop, we will explore together some concrete ways our congregations and the cluster might do that more creatively, intentionally and joyfully.
Our facilitator is Meck Groot, Congregational Consultant/Justice Ministries Lead for the New England Region UUA. has worked for many years at the intersection of faith and social change. As Justice Ministries Lead for the region, she inspires and supports congregational leaders for vital, faith-centered justice ministry within and beyond the congregation through spiritual leadership practice.
Please register online to let us know what congregation you are part of, whether you can join us for lunch, and if you need childcare.