Savvy shoppers can find top of the line used clothing at the First Parish of Bolton's annual clothing sale on Friday, April 29, from 10am-6pm, and Saturday, April 30, from 10am-3pm. Items include gently used women's, men's and children's clothing, as well as shoes, pocketbooks, and other accessories. You'll also find small appliances, china, and decorative items for sale. On Saturday, all consigned items sell for half price at 12 noon.
The world over, "Low Sunday, the Sunday after Easter is becoming "Holy Humor Sunday," reviving an ancient tradition that celebrates the eternal laughter that is Easter. Come to church expecting the unexpected, and prepare to join the laughter! There will be noise-makers, merry songs, and Sousa marches! Costumes are encouraged.
Worship focus: What does life look like on the other side of resurrection, or, rather, what could it look like?
Worship focus: Life is a river of sorrow, and the boat that carries us across it is love.
Worship focus: The lesson Peter learned about God's inclusive realm, and why so many still refuse to learn it.
A dozen parishioners came to our Easter parade adorned with fashionable and fantastic chapeaus. For our first ever "Easter Bonnet" contest, it was a terrific turn-out. Thanks to all who participated! The congregation chose three winners (it was a hard choice) --- Linda Drabik, Henry Sawyer, and George Robertson. (Pictured are Linda and George with runner-up Caroline Robertson.) The winners received gift certificates from Bolton Orchards, Essential Therapies Day Spa, and Nashoba Valley Winery. Congratulations Linda, George, and Henry!