Speaker: Rev. Fred Small

A Unitarian Universalist pastor, singer-songwriter, and former environmental lawyer, Rev. Fred Small is Director of Faith Action at Massachusetts Interfaith Power & Light, which mobilizes people of faith as climate activists. He also serves as Minister for Climate Justice at Arlington Street Church, Boston.

Sunday Service: How to Love This World

Join us for our Sunday Service led by Rev. Fred Small. In the face of intersecting crises like climate change, racism, and rising authoritarianism, it’s easy to become disheartened. How do we sustain our spirits in these challenging times? How do we know what action … read more.

Sunday Service: The Peace of Trees

Join us for our Sunday Service led by Rev. Fred Small.

“The rush and pressure of modern life are a form, perhaps the most common form, of its innate violence,” wrote Trappist monk and peace activist Thomas Merton. “The frenzy of our activism neutralizes our work … read more.

Christmas Eve

Join us for our annual Christmas Eve service led by Rev. Fred Small.

The service will feature carols, a candlelit circle and singing Silent Night. Alex Cumming, the choir, and Russell Tripp will share their musical talents.

Our offering will go to the World Wildlife Fund, whose … read more.

Radical Hope

Join us for Sunday worship as we continue to explore October’s theme of Belonging with guest minister Rev. Fred Small:

“Any contemplation of global climate change, its frightening consequences, and the tardiness and timidity of nations in response is necessarily a meditation on hope.  When the earth and its … read more.