Welcome to The First Religious Society in Carlisle
Welcome! We are a Unitarian Universalist Church, a Welcoming Congregation, located across from the Common in the center of Carlisle, Massachusetts. The First Religious Society is a place of worship and fellowship dedicated to serving the spiritual and religious needs of all who choose to walk with us. We are active in serving the community and reaching out globally to those in need. We invite you to our worship services and religious education classes at 10 o'clock on Sunday mornings.
Sunday Services theme for March is Community.
This Sunday, March 9 "Who Cares?" A sermon on compassion and empathy. Where does compassion come from? Does empathy shape community? Rev. Diane Miller preaching.
Michael Dundorf will present the Message for All Ages about Cambodia and mangoes.
Reminder: Set your clock forward for Daylight Savings Time, and bring something for the Open Pantry if you can.
Our Share the Plate offering will benefit the Open Pantry of Greater Lowell.
Friday March 7th, 5:30 – 8:00pm Family Friendly Potluck in Union Hall This potluck will have a (mildly) Cambodian theme, so bring something that tastes good with rice. Alison Saylor will do a dramatic story telling of the Cambodian folktale “Jayk and Joch and the most delicious mango that there ever was”. There will be games and activities for the children, and a chance for adults to unwind and reconnect with family and friends at the end of the work week. This is a casual event suitable for all ages. No need to RSVP, just come if you can!