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After the service, we will gather for refreshments in the fellowship hall. All are welcome.

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Join us this Sunday for a sermon on "Becoming a Sabbatarian" given by our minister the Reverend Marta Valentin. This month we are exploring the theme "What does it mean to live a life of balance?"

Original music that reflects on beauty, slowing down, and how to live a blessed life will be provided by singer Will McMillan and pianist Molly Ruggles.

All welcome!
Service at 11am. Coffee and conversation immediately after. UU Church of Medford, 147 High St, steps from Medford Sq.

Will McMillan: willsings.com
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Join us this Sunday for a sermon on Becoming a Sabbatarian given by our minister the Reverend Marta Valentin. This month we are exploring the theme What does it mean to live a life of balance?

Original music that reflects on beauty, slowing down, and how to live a blessed life will be provided by singer Will McMillan and pianist Molly Ruggles. 

All welcome!
Service at 11am. Coffee and conversation immediately after. UU Church of Medford, 147 High St, steps from Medford Sq.

Will McMillan: willsings.com

 

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Dang, I love this guy Will McMillan! I worked with him almost 40 years ago (yikes) and he was a big inspiration for my piano playing and singing

This was a terrific service. Tomorrow — inspired by Reverend Marta's sermon — I am going to experiment with observing an entire Sabbath day... Thank you to everyone who keeps this beautiful church — and church community — alive and well. I feel especially grateful to Molly Ruggles, who invited me to make music with her and played the piano with great sensitivity, competence, and joy!

Will be there in the ether waves!

If you are curious to hear some music in advance of Sunday, you are welcome to visit my blog: amusicalifeonplanetearth.wordpress.com/2017/07/08/may-your-life-be-blessed/

Wonderful service! Will, I loved your songs!

We need you at the piano again, big D.

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