Welcome to Wollaston UCC

 

CORONAVIRUS ANNOUNCEMENT

Our in-person worship services have been suspended. Please check back here to find out when in-person services will resume. 

In the meantime, we are offering online services. While we are not gathering physically for worship, your pledges and offerings are still needed and will be gratefully received. Please follow this link to make on online offering: Online Offering

APOLOGIES, WE HAVE BEEN ADVISED AGAINST OFFERING PALMS FOR PICKUP

Palm Sunday and Holy Week Services

Palm Sunday, April 5th at 10 am: Sorry – we have been advised against leaving palms for pickup. The service begins at 10 am on Sunday by Zoom video conferencing. The web-link and call in numbers will be emailed to you, or contact Rev. Liz (pastor@wollastonucc.org) for an invitation. We will celebrate communion, you may prepare some food and a drink at home. If you don’t have bread or grape juice, simply substitute something else. We will partake together.

Maundy or Holy Thursday, April 9th at 7 pm: This will also be a Zoom communion service, with readings by our Deacons. Prepare your own food and cup to partake of communion on this very special remembrance of Jesus’ Last Supper.

Easter on Sunday, April 12th at 10 am: Our Easter morning service will be a partnership with the Quincy Point Congregational Church. This service will be streamed at 10 am on Sunday April 12th on the Wollaston Congregational Church and Quincy Point Congregational Church Facebook pages. There will be beautiful Easter music. Rev. Kim Murphy and Rev. Liz Williams will lead the service together and Rev. Liz will preach. After the service Wollaston Congregational Church will meet by Zoom for a virtual coffee hour. The web-link and call in numbers will be emailed to you, or contact Rev. Liz (pastor@wollastonucc.org) for an invitation.

Here is a recording of the sermon “Take and Eat, This is My Body” shared on March 29th:

 
Contact Rev. Liz if you have questions: pastor@wollastonucc.org.
 
May we all remain safe and well!
 

Questioning people and seekers are welcome. 

Our faith may be 2,000 years old, but our thinking is not

No matter who you are and where you are on life’s journey, you and your family are welcome!

2 thoughts on “Welcome to Wollaston UCC”

  1. Good Morning – I received this note from a dear friend of mine from Chicago in her Christmas card and thought I would share it, especially with our themes of Advent:
    One tree can start a forest, One smile can start a friendship, One hand can lift a soul, One work can frame a goal
    One candle can wipe out darkness, One laugh can conquer gloom, One hope can raise your spirit, One touch can show you care, One life can make a difference. Be that one today!!

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