Month: August 2023

Minister’s Message – Fall

Blessed Summer’s End, everyone!

…although, with the inordinate amount of rain, and now moving into cooler weather already, it hasn’t felt very much like summer this year; and now kids are heading back to school.

Last year in our return from pandemic isolation, we reconnected as a … read more.

We Are One Festival – 8/19

Letting Manchester know that we exist!

Our volunteers were Rev. Kali Fyre, Alice Veenstra, Marge Goudreault, (not pictured – Liz Alcauskas, Lila Cate, Jackie Spenard).
Church members who stopped by included: Jefferson Chickering, Amy Hanmer, Parker Prescott, Noel Villiard, Bob Lord, Woullard Lett, “and others”.

Non-fiction Reading Group – Sept. 11th

There is a non-fiction reading group that meets monthly (mostly) on the first Monday of each month. For Sept. 11th, we have chosen “Why Does the World Exist?: An Existential Detective Story” by Jim Holt.

“Why is there a world rather than nothing at all?” remains … read more.

“Let There be Breakfast” – August 27

As the summer winds down and we get ready to change our routine let’s gather together on our last 9:00 am “Summer Service” for a Potluck Breakfast Service!

We will be together in the Fellowship Hall and start with a short service before we eat.

Please arrive … read more.

Monadnock Summer Lyceum

Gets Personal: The Importance of Music in People’s LivesHernan Romero

Live Sunday  August 20, 11 a.m. 
Peterborough UU Church and
Streamed at 

Music by Tara Greenblatt at 10:30 a.m.

World renowned Flamenco guitarist, composer, and producer Romero will speak about his musical journey and his belief in the … read more.