Arlington Street Circle of Caring
Sunday; Dec. 7th and 21st ~ 12:30 pm, Frothingham Library
Are you battling illness, caring for someone who is ill, or in the process of losing someone you love? Or have you already lost them, and are you trying to cope with the heartbreak and anger that accompany loss and grief? Learn more.
The Snow is Coming! Please Lend a Hand in the Garden
Sunday ~ 12:30 pm, ASC Garden
We have hundreds more bulbs to plant in our garden, leaves to rake, and plants to cut back before the snow lands. Spring will still come if we don't get it all done, but it won't be as pretty. Unfortunately, half of Team Eden is on the "injured reserve list" right now. We could really use some help today from 12:30-2:00 pm to put the garden to bed. Please join us after lunch. Tools provided, no experience needed!
Making a Difference for Immigrant Children and Families
Sunday, Meet Chelsea Collaborative's Exec.Director, Gladys Vega 12:30 pm, Hunnewell Chapel
Thank you! Your generous contributions will go to over 250 immigrant children and families supported by Chelsea Collaborative. Chelsea Collaborative gives out food every day.
Please come to talk with Chelsea Collaborative's Executive Director, Gladys Vega, after the service today to learn more about this wonderful organization! Find out more.
Indulge Planning Meeting
Sunday ~ 12:30 pm, Clarke Room
Today is our first planning meeting for Indulge 2015. The event is scheduled for March 28th, 2015, and it will doubtless be as much fun and as successful as all the previous Indulges! Come be a part of helping to make this fun night a reality!
Coffee Hour and Lunch
Sunday ~ Immediately following worship, Parish Hall
Let's all gather downstairs for coffee, soup, sandwiches, and community! If you're visiting Arlington Street Church, or would like information about Unitarian Universalism, please visit the Welcome Table.
Covenant Renewal ~ Have You Pledged Yet?
Want To Showcase Your Crafts at the Holiday Bazaar?
Sundays, December 7th, 14th, 21st ~ 10:30 -10:45 am & 12-1:00 pm, Parish Hall let Laura Evonne Steinman know if you would be interested in participating this year (email@example.com).
Arlington Street's Literary Salon, The Wednesdays, presents
The Wednesdays: Shakespeare's Plays
Wednesdays, Jan 21, Jan 28, Feb 11, & Feb 18. ~ 6:00 pm, The Frothingham Library
Buddha's Belly ~ The Buddhist Book Discussion and Arlington Street Zen Center
Tuesday, November 25th ~ 6:00 pm, Hunnewell Chapel
Kundalini Yoga Class
Every Wednesday ~ 6:00 pm, Hunnewell Chapel
Making a Difference for Immigrant Children and Families
Sunday, Meet Chelsea Collaborative's ExeccDirector, Gladys Vega 12:30 pm, Hunnewell Chapel
Fair Trade Holiday Sale!
Sunday, December 14, 12:00 Noon - 2:00 pm ~ Parish Hall
CRE This Sunday
Saturday from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
CRE invites you to join in on an afternoon of Stone Soup making and sunflower seed roasting. Sunday, our children will begin the service in the sanctuary to help celebrate this year's harvest with a Sunflower Communion. Check out CRE to learn more.
Children's Religious Education Wants You!
Would you enjoy assisting behind the scenes, sharing a story or your spiritual practice, going on a field trip, leading a sex ed class, holding babies, building with legos, or digging in the dirt! If the answer is yes, please contact Laura or Erica for more information!
CRE Is on Facebook!
Check out the CRE Facebook page to see what we're up to!
ASC's Children's Religious Education Blog
Check out the CRE blog to see what's coming up and what we've been doing lately.
View ASC's Children's Religious Education Calendar
Check out the CRE calendar to see what's coming up!
For more information about the following listings, please visit Music@ASC.
South African Choir Visits Arlington Street Church
Sunday, December 7th ~ 1:30 pm, Sanctuary
Concert Masterpieces of European and American Music
Sunday, December 7th ~ 7:00 pm, Hunnewell Chapel
Join the Arlington Street Choir this Fall!
Every Thursday ~ 7:00 pm, Clarke Room
If you are new to Unitarian Universalism,
“Voices of a Liberal Faith — Unitarian Universalists”
is a great introduction. Click here to watch
this ten minute video!
The Arlington Street public transit station re-opened in June 2009 and now provides handicapped access from the transit station to street level via elevators and/or a ramp. A separate part of the MBTA project created a wheelchair ramp leading from street level on Boylston Street to the church office door.
Handicapped access to the Sanctuary on Arlington Street is provided by a ramp on Arlington Street which leads to an entrance to the Sanctuary.
During worship services, and other special events, FM amplification headsets can be provided upon request. Braille hymnals are also available for Sunday services, as well as a large print version of the hymnal and each week’s order of service. Please ask an usher for assistance.
Arlington Street Church has a wheelchair accessible restroom immediately adjacent to the Sanctuary.
Join us for worship this Sunday! The Sermon by Rev. Kim K. Crawford Harvie is "Give Thanks"
All are welcome!
Enter through the
Great Doors at
25 Arlington Street, Boston
Arlington Street Church offers tours of our historic church for Coming of Age programs, heritage tours, religious education programs, and other interested parties.
Share the Plate
Read Rev. Kim's white paper
Covenant Renewal: The Spiritual Practice of Generosity
Covenant Renewal: #ILuvASC
Covenant Renewal: Giving to the Church
We invite you to visit the Worship Archives. You can either read or listen to sermons.
[November 23, 2014]
Not 'What if?' but 'What now?'
[November 16, 2014]
[November 9, 2014]
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Welcome to Arlington Street Church, gathered in love and service for justice and peace. We're so glad you found us! Unitarian Universalists believe that personal experience, conscience, and reason are the final authorities in religion. Instead of subscribing to a single religious creed or doctrine, we keep an open mind to the religious questions people have struggled with in all times and places, and we honor a diversity of answers. Join us! All are welcome!
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Candles can be submitted online by Arlington Street Church members and friends and will be included in our weekly Candles of Sorrow & Joy ritual during the Sunday morning worship service.
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