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Sunday Services

Service Description:

First Parish Stoughton offers Sunday Services, with speakers who present about a wide variety of topics. Past speakers include minsters, academics, activists, poets, musicians, farmers, historians, and “regular people” with something interesting to share. Our services currently meet in person and online (Zoom) to … read more.

Summer Plans

During the summer, our schedules change a bit and we focus on other activities.

We gather on the front lawn (790 Washington St, 02072) the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month, 6:00-7:30pm, with a fire pit when weather permits. Bring a chair or picnic … read more.

Picnic, Flower Communion, Poetry Sharing

Service Description:

As our church year winds down into our summer hiatus, our last service will be held on the church lawn (or in Fellowship Hall if weather is inclement). You may want a sunhat or a favorite beach chair. Let’s come together and celebrate each … read more.

PRIDE Service

Service Description:

Please join us in person or on Zoom for our service that celebrates the creativity, strength, and resiliency of the LGBTQ+ community.

Speaker Bio:

This service is organized and led by the Social Action & Welcoming Congregations Committees.

NOTE: This service will meet in person and also … read more.

Nurturing Kindness

Service Description:

Kindness is love in action. The giver and the receiver are nourished by the beauty of kindness internally and in our connections to one another. Elisa will share stories and some of what she has learned in the last couple of years co-leading programs … read more.

Homemade by the River

Service Description:

What architects, masons, and the sound of water can teach us about crafting a home by hand. And what rivers remind us about living a life in motion and movement.

Speaker Bio:

Matt Meyer is a musician and worship leader who has led hundreds of services for UU … read more.

I’m On My Way! Black Mothers and the Great Migration

Service Description:

Adrienne will reflect on what she continues to learn about her own mother’s difficult journey out of the South in the 1940’s and 50’s. Determination, grit, faith, music, and the support of other migrants helped stay the course. Happy Mother’s Day!

Speaker Bio:

For over 40 years, Adrienne … read more.