Speaker: Rev. Lilia Cuervo

The Rev. Lilia Cuervo, a native of Colombia, was the first Latin American woman ordained in the Unitarian Universalist denomination.   At First Parish in Cambridge she also made history by being the first woman to be installed as a Parish Minister.  She is a co-founder of the Latino/a UU Networking Association (LUUNA), and the initiator of, and a translator of several pieces for Las Voces del Camino, the Spanish language Unitarian Universalist hymnal.

Her degrees include a Master of Divinity from Starr King School for the Ministry, a Master of Demography from Georgetown University, and a B.A. in Math & Physics from Women Teachers College, Bogota, Colombia.

Sunday Service: Martin Luther King, Jr. as Prophet and as Preacher

Join us for our Sunday Service on January’s theme of Living with Intention led by Rev. Lilia Cuervo. Before attending service in person please read our Covid Policy. In his classic book, Strength to Love, Martin Luther King Jr., left us a precious collection of his most impactful sermons.  These sermons reveal his voice both as an … Continue reading Sunday Service: Martin Luther King, Jr. as Prophet and as Preacher

From Betrayal to Wholeness

From time immemorial humans have engaged in one of the most despicable and hurtful actions anyone can do, that of betrayal.  Let us reflect on the lessons this Palm Sunday can bring to us; also, on how through forgiveness we could be able to heal our deepest collective and personal wounds, therefore attaining wholeness in … Continue reading From Betrayal to Wholeness

Day Of The Dead

Join us this Sunday for our version of a Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead Service…truth be told it is a syncretization that includes UU elements. Bring pictures of your beloved human or animal to place on our ofrenda/altar. This is the most beautiful part of the service! Be prepared to briefly share about your beloved … Continue reading Day Of The Dead

Sunday Service

Please join us for worship on Sunday at 11. After the service, we will gather for refreshments in the fellowship hall. All are welcome.