We welcome all who seek a vibrant spiritual home, where together we lovingly challenge and transform ourselves.

Empowered by our congregation’s rich history and our Unitarian Universalist traditions, we commit to courageously build a caring and just world.

Upcoming Services

Sunday, July 27th, 2014

at 10 AM in Fellowship Hall
"The Beautiful Form of the t'ai chi"

Come see the beautiful form of the t'ai chi, and hear the beautiful, challenging truth of the Tao te Ching in a summer Worship Service conducted by Michael Paladini. Congregants will be invited to try out some t'ai chi moves during the Service as they are interested and able.

Childcare Will Be Provided

Sunday, August 3rd, 2014

10 AM
"11th Annual Joint Summer Service of the Littleton, Harvard, and Stow/Acton UU Churches"
At the Harvard UU Church in Harvard, MA


On Sunday, August 3th at 10:00 AM, the Harvard UU Church will host the 11th Annual Joint Summer Service with First Church Unitarian of Littleton and FPC. Aaron Stockwell, UU ministerial candidate, will lead the worship. Ted Johnson, Harvard’s music director, will lead a "pick-up" choir for the service. All singers are welcome and should arrive for rehearsal at 8:30 AM. Refreshments will be offered after the service.


Sunday, August 10th, 2014

10 AM in Fellowship Hall
"Rise Up Singing"

led by Pat Sorn and the Music Committee

This morning, join us for a fun service as some of our FPC musicians help you explore your favorite songs from folk and popular traditions. We'll sing along to songs and hymns in the popular "Rise Up Singing" book, and discuss ways in which music can connect us to the most central emotions and memories of our lives. Feel free to bring your guitar, ukelele, or any other instrument you'd like to play! All are welcome, and lyrics will be available to everyone who wishes to join in singing. Also, please email PatSorn (psorn [at] mailstarusa [dot] com (psorn [at] mailstarusa [dot] com)) by August 3 with suggestions for any songs you'd like to have included. The table of contents for Rise Up Singing can be found at http://vufind.uhls.org/vufind/Record/230612/TOC

Childcare will be provided.

Sunday, August 17th, 2014

at 10 AM in Fellowship Hall
"A Mid-Summer Night's Dream"
Guest Minister: The Rev. Judith Wright


This morning's sermon will explore some aspects of dreaming from both an Eastern and Western perspective.  Most of us dream, whether or not we remember our dreams in the morning.  What do we make of this experience of dreaming?  Come hear some different ways of interpreting our dreams.   

Rev. Dr. Judith Wright served as settled minister of the First Parish UU Northborough congregation for the past twelve years.  She stepped down this June as their settled minister, and now is happily their Minister Emeritus.  Rev. Wright trained as a child psychologist, and worked in this field for twenty-five years before turning to full time parish ministry.  She has meditated for over thirty years, and is a UU Tibetan Buddhist, with teachers including His Holiness, The Dalai Lama and Lama Migmar, the Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University.  She is the current President of the Unitarian Universalist Buddhist Fellowship.

Childcare will be provided.

Sunday, August 24th, 2014

at 10 AM in the Sanctuary (Church)
"Hymns and History"

Led by our Minister The Rev. Tom Rosiello, Our Music Director, Mike Pfitzer, and our Organist/Pianist, Sanghee Kim 

This morning we will explore our Unitarian Universalist History form our earliest roots to the present.  " Where did we come from? Who are we? Where are we going?"  These will be the questions of the morning.  The story will be told through the hymns that we sing. This service is an excellent opportunity to learn more about our faith traditions and have a good time singing some great hymns, old and new. Newcomers are encouraged to attend.

Childcare will be provided.

Sunday, August 31st, 2014

at 10 AM in the Sanctuary (Church)
"Work and Play"

We will observe Labor Day weekend with a service that focuses both on the importance of our work and the need to take a break from it.  There will be a children's message which will be followed by a game for older children and child care for the youngest.   The worship service will be led by The Rev. Tom Rosiello with Sanghee Kim, Pianist/Organist.

Childcare will be provided.

Recurring Events

Book Group

Third Wednesday of the month at 7:30 PM in Room 5 of Fellowship Hall. 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

Drumming Circle

Every 4th Sunday of the month from 12:30-1:30 PM in the Sanctuary.  All skill levels welcome.  Bring your own instrument, or use one from FPC's growing collection. Drumming will be suspended starting in June for the summer.