This Labor Day weekend, we look at what needs building in our First Parish and Dorchester communities, and what we will need, in terms of vision, people, and resources, to build it. This lay lead service will explore through music, readings, and its homily message how this congregational community — made up of traditions, a common search for spiritual truth and justice, and social connections — can grow and flourish in the years ahead. In parallel, it will touch on the physical neighborhood we reside in and what Dorchester needs to encourage and physically build now in order to be thriving at its 400th anniversary and beyond.
Here’s the video of this Service:
If joining by Zoom, please use the regular First Parish Zoom account: https://zoom.us/j/4438056805 If joining in person, please wear your mask and sit distanced from one another. Our service leaders, who are all fully vaccinated, will unmask to speak and sing from the front of the Sanctuary.