|December 8: Adult Holiday Party
- Join the festivities from 6 pm to 11:30 pm for our annual holiday Potluck Dinner and Yankee Swap for the grownups. We will also have some great music! Get ready to have some fun! If you're not sure yet what to bring, please contact Audrey Davies at 508-238-3516.
- Childcare will be in Holly House, from 6 pm til 9'ish pm, provided by Shannon Pender and her friend Keara. Please be sure your children have dinner before they come, and do bring extra diapers if needed. If your children bring toys, please be sure to bring only the one's they are willing to share with others :-) .
December 9: Sunday Service
- Discover What the Surplus Is, Rev. Michael Leduc, preaching: The 10:30 am service focuses on Ebenezer Scrooge's transformation from being self-absorbed to seeing how we all have the power to make a difference in the world.
December 15: Unity Church Handbell Choir Concert
- 7:00 pm at the First Parish Unitarian Church 1508 Washington Street in Canton. Admission is $7.50 with proceeds to benefit the church restoration fund.
December 16: Sunday Service
- Light the Lights, Rev. Jose Ballester, preaching: With the last Day of Hanukkah and the last Sunday in Advent we will explore the deeper meanings of the seasons and the promise for the future at this 10:30 am service.
December 17: PFLAG Date Change
- The monthly meeting of PFLAG will be on Monday, December 17 at 7 pm since Christmas is on the fourth Monday.
December 20: Celebrate the Returning of the Light: Inter-generational Circle Ceremony at 6 pm.
- Winter solstice occurs on the shortest day and longest night of the year, when the sun's daily maximum elevation in the sky is the lowest. The solstice lasts only a moment in time and has many different names such as "midwinter", "the longest night", "the shortest day" or ""the first day of winter". The seasonal significance of the winter solstice is in the reversal of the gradual lengthening of nights and shortening of days.
- Worldwide, interpretation of the event has varied from culture to culture, but in most Northern Hemisphere cultures, a recognition of rebirth involving holidays, festivals, gatherings, rituals, or other celebrations are held.
- Bring something for the communal alter and bundle up! We'll end our Celebration outside singing "This Little Light of Mine" and some noise making to "wake up the sun". Join us for cookies and peppermint hot chocolate following!
- For more information about this service, please contact Kate Haven at email@example.com .
December 20: Annual Messiah Sing **DATE CHANGE**
- The Annual Messiah Sing sponsored by the Easton Chamber Orchestra of Oliver Ames High School will be held on Thursday, December 20 at 8:00 pm at Immaculate Conception Church, 193 Main Street in North Easton.
- Those wishing to sing may bring their own scores and join in the chorus. Listeners are also welcome.
December 23: Sunday Service
December 24: Christmas Eve Services
- Inter-generational Lay Led Service: For more information about this service, please contact the Worship Committee Chair, Jannelle Codianni, at 401-419-9737 or Jannelle41@yahoo.com.
- Service at 4:30 pm **TIME CHANGE**
- Christmas Eve Family Service, Lay service leader: This inter-generational service will include lessons, readings, and carols. For more information about this service, please contact the Worship Committee Chair, Jannelle Codianni 401-419-9737 or Jannelle41@yahoo.com.
- Service at 11:00 pm
- Christmas Eve, Rev. Jose Ballester preaching: This traditional candlelight service will include lessons, readings, and carols.
December 26: Christmas Organ Recital
- Richard Hill, Christmas Organ Recital will be on December 26 at 12:15 pm at Unity Church. The program will consist of several familiar carol arrangements.
December 30: Annual Music Service
- The annual Unity Church Music Service will be on Sunday morning, December 30 at 10:30 am. All who wish to participate in this service should contact Richard Hill now, at firstname.lastname@example.org, to reserve a place on the program.
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