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Upcoming Services

Sunday, December 21st, 2014

at 9 AM & 11 AM

"Keeping Christmas Well 1st Service; Annual Mummers Play 2nd Service"

December 21 at 9 AM 

"Keeping Christmas Well" 

At the end of Unitarian Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," he writes of the transformed Scrooge, " It was always said the he knew how to keep Christmas well", if any man alive possessed the knowledge. Well the mummers are setting up for the 11 Am service we will gather in the Community room around the Christmas tree  with Carols playing on the piano and reed organ for  this  service  we will share excerpts from Dickens's famous story and focus on what it means to "keep Christmas well."  


December 21 at 11 AM  

Celebrating  the Solstice

with Our Annual Mummers Play !

We will dispel the darkness of the season with lively music and the presentation of our Annual Mummer’s Play under the direction of Pat Sorn. This is a great family service with lots of children participating. Worship will be led by Minister Tom Rosiello, Director of Religious Education, Michelle Coté, Music Director, Mike Pfitzer and Organist/Pianist, Sanghee Kim.    

Wednesday, December 24th, 2014

at 4 PM and 9 PM


December 24, Christmas Eve

4 PM Family Service

"Nativity in a Trunk"

Led by our minister, Tom Rosiello and our DRE, Michele Cote, this service will be oriented towards our children. We will have lots of them participating as we act out the Christmas Story and create a Christmas Tableau. Our Junior Choir and Youth Choir will be performing, and there will be familiar carols for all to sing. We will conclude this service with the traditional candle-lighting ceremony.

December 24, Christmas Eve

9 PM Traditional Christmas Eve Service

Led by our minister, Tom Rosiello, this service will feature traditional Christmas carols and anthems, the reading of the story of the birth of Jesus from the Christian Gospels, and a candle-lighting ceremony.  It will be a quieter and more traditional service than the 4 PM service, with beautiful music provided by the Adult Choir, under the direction of Mike Pfitzer, organist/pianist Sanghee Kim, and talented guest musicians. An extended prelude of Christmas music will begin at 8:45 PM. Be sure to come early!

Sunday, December 28th, 2014


"Letting Go of the Old Year"

This Sunday we will gather informally in the community room and together reflect upon what is so necessary to do before we embrace the new, which is letting go of the old.  Out with the Old! In with the New! The Rev. Tom Rosiello will lead the worship service.

Recurring Events

Book Group

Third Tuesday of the month at 2:30 PM in in the conference room on the lower level of the Church building. Upcoming Meetings

Meditation Group

Every Wednesday at 7:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall. Open to everyone; newcomers welcome. 

Candlelight Peace Vigil

Every Thursday evening 5:00-6:30 PM in front of FPC on the Stow Common. (Candles & signs provided, although please feel free to bring your own if you would prefer.) Open to everyone; newcomers welcome. Sponsored by the Social Justice Council