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Ashby, Massachusetts
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The members and friends of Ashby First Parish Church welcome you to our home in cyberspace.

Our home in the real world is on the Common in Ashby, a rural community in North Central Massachusetts (on the New Hampshire border).

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Featured Upcoming Events
Worship Service: "Renewing Civil Society" by Rev. Bruce Taylor

Sunday, January 22, 10:00 AM

Two months after the election, have we gained some perspective? The results of the Presidential election were shocking to some and gratifying to others. But regardless of who won, much has been lost: civil society has been a major casualty. With the people so divided, how can we move forward together?

In the wake of Inauguration Day (and the Million Woman March), today's sermon considers what it will take to rebuild civil society and foster constructive conversations without (further) compromising truth or integrity.

musician: Stephan Arsenault

hospitality: Catherine Dart

Worship Service: "A Season in Mecca" by Celene Ibrahim, M.Div., Andover Newton Theological School

Sunday, January 29, 10:00 AM

Potluck Lunch after the service

Sunday, January 29, 11:30 AM

Worship Service: "Shadows and Light" by Rev. John Pastor, UU Society of Gardner

Sunday, February 5, 10:00 AM

February 2nd is Groundhog Day, a holiday that we don't seem to give much attention to these days. It shares this date with Pagan and Christian holidays that also honor the symbols of shadows and light. It is one of Rev. John's favorite holidays. Come hear why!

See the Calendar for information about all Sunday services and other activities at First Parish Church.


Minister: Rev. Bruce C. Taylor


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photo: Copyright ©2012 Inanna Arthen

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Ashby First Parish Church is on the path to becoming a UUA LGBT Welcoming Congregation.