What REALLY happened in the Garden of Eden?

Join me for “Eve’s Side of the Story” this Sunday, March 4th, 10:30am.  While the Rev. Barbara Threet is on Sabbatical, I will be the Guest Minister offering the service.  So, I am polishing an apple and taking my Eve monologue to the Melrose Unitarian Universalist Church.

What really happened in the Garden of Eden?  Are there any lessons to be learned?  If she had it to live over, would Eve bite the apple?  You will not want to miss this dramatic retelling that speaks directly to our lives today.  All are welcome!

Christmas Storytelling in Dover

Thursday, December 8th, 2pm-4pm

As a part of the Christmas program at the Dover Town Library, I will be telling two Christmas stories: The Polar Express and Olive, the other reindeer from 3pm-3:30pm.  Come share in the magic and fun of the season! (Map)

Everyone is invited to bring a wrapped tree ornament for the ornament swap and take a new one on your way home.

Enjoy treats and snacks and holiday cheer.

Preaching this Sunday


While my colleague, the Rev. Dan King is taking a well-deserved mini-sabbatical I am pleased to be offering four Sunday services at First Parish in Kingston, MA. Worship is held at 10:30am. Childcare and Religious Education is available. Please join me or help spread the word.  A description of the service follows:

Sunday, October 16, 2011, 10:30 am
What Matters Most, Rev. Amy Freedman

The world’s religions and great moral teachers offer the same life lesson: kindness is what matters most. However, there are many times and places where this spiritual truth is missing. When were you touched by kindness? How can we open our hearts to a Kindness Revolution?