Grammy nominated, Alastair Moock, whose album "Singing Our Way Through" for Best Children's Album of the Year will perform at the UU Church of Wakefield on March 8th at 2:00PM.
Children's Concert with Alastair Moock
March 8, 2014 2:00PM
UU Church of Wakefield
Stewardship 2104 Potluck Lunch - March 9
Giving is about growing our church. Check out the March Gleam to learn more about this year's stewardship drive.
Post 6pm potluck, Farmer Dave discusses his work teaching sustainable methods to farmers in the Republic of Georgia.
Conversations of Faith - March 23
Rev. Maddie has kicked off a new Adult Faith Formation series. These conversations will have a different theme each time and are open to everyone from 7th grade through adults.
About Our Church
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Wakefield is a gathering place for some of the most interesting, most alive, most caring people in town. We have no creed and impose no belief test, welcoming people of any theological persuasion, occupation, ethnicity, and lifestyle.
Surveys of our congregation show us to be quite theologically diverse, leaning strongly to neither Humanism nor Christianity, but open to and respectful of a variety of spiritual ideas and interpretations. Many of us are active in civic activities and nonprofit organizations based both in Wakefield and beyond.
Services every Sunday morning at 10:30 AM We welcome you to join us for Sunday morning services
Meditation - The Sacred Pause every Sunday from 4:30PM to 5:30PM in the social hall
The Rise Up Singing Group meets the 3rd Friday of each month at 7:30 PM in our Social Hall
For more information about Meditation and Singing events,call 508-358-7091 or email