The following Sunday services have been scheduled at the First Universalist Parish of Chester in the historic Stone Village, Route 103\North Street:
March 14: May The Force Be With You, led by Bernie Stebel, lay speaker. One Unitarian Universalist's reflections about God.
March 21: Wisdom From The World's Religions, led by Madeline Bergstrom, Director of Religious Education. The children and youth of the Religious Education program will share some of what they have learned from this year's focus on world religions.
March 28: Placing a Stone, Building Our Vision, led by Rev. Telos Whitfield and guest speaker Robert Sarly. This service will explore what giving can mean. Featured will be stories of what it means to be a life-saving community. The service will be followed by the annual Mystery Pals Brunch, hosted by the Religious Education Committee. Everyone is invited to attend, even if you don't have an official "pal."
April 4th: Is There a Manual for This?, led by Sylvan Groth, lay leader. In honor of Unitarian James Freeman Clarke's 200th birthday, this service will look back at this spiritual leader's book, "Manual of Unitarian Belief." How have those beliefs changed over the centuries? Do modern Unitarian Universalists need or want a manual?
Sunday services begin at 9:30 a.m. Childcare is provided for infants and toddlers.