We’ve compiled a resource with information on Christian involvement in Ukraine and Russia, as well as other religious leaders’ statements and prayers for peace, and an audio recording of the Lord’s Prayer in Ukrainian.
The Vigil: A Moving Film on
Faith and Immigration Reform in the US
Please join the Ecumenical Advocacy Coalition for a free screening of the new documentary, The Vigil, by local filmmaker Jenny Alexander. The Vigil is the story of Gina and Rosa, undocumented immigrant mothers who, armed with their faith and tradition, set out to stop Arizona’s controversial “papers please” immigration law.
Date: Thursday March 6
Time: Reception at 6:30 pm. Film at 7pm, followed by a Q & A with filmmakers and conversation on immigration reform in MA.
Location: West Newton Cinema, 1296 Washington St., MA 02465
Seating is limited; please RSVP: https://the-vigil-west-newton.eventbrite.com.
Download the flyer: West Newton.final Vigil.flier
The Ecumenical Advocacy Coalition is: Episcopal City Mission, City Mission Society, Interfaith Worker Justice, the Massachusetts Council of Churches, and UU Mass Action.
Rev. Dr. Fred Moser Preaches at Annual Meeting
The Rev. Dr. Frederick Moser who is the Rector of Church of the Holy Spirit in Wayland, preached at the worship service at our Annual Business Meeting on February 4th at Christ Congregational Church in Brockton.
He is a graduate of Connecticut College (BA ’75), the Yale Divinity School (MDiv ’79), and the Episcopal Divinity School (DMin 2004). He was ordained in the Diocese of Connecticut in 1981.Rev. Dr. Moser serves as the Ecumenical and Interreligious Officer of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts and on the Board of the Massachusetts Council of Churches. He is married to the Rev. Kim Hardy, an Episcopal priest and musician; Fred and Kim have two daughters.
Has Christ been divided ?
(1 Cor 1:1-17)
Jointly prepared and published by The Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity and The Commission on Faith and Order of the World Council of Churches