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Our Covenant:
In the Love of Truth,
And in the Spirit of Jesus,
We unite for the
Worship of God,
And the Service of All.

Sunday Worship Service at 10:30 Summer Worship at 9:30
(June 22 through Labor Day)
fully handicap-accessible

Sunday Summer Services begin at 9:30AM


Learn more about this important time in the life of the church.

FPCU Happenings                           

DATE In The Pulpit Deacon Music
Worship Schedule Summer 2015
6/28 Bob Murphy Mark Tincknell Nancy Eberiel
7/5 Charlie Trantanella Dick Coleman Nancy Eberiel
7/12 The YASCers Karin Drowne Nancy Eberiel
7/19 Rev. Eric Hausman Amy Burk Ellen Rainville
7/26 Amy Burk Vince LaCon Bill Harman
8/2 Karin Drowne Vince LaCon Ellen Rainville
8/9 Linda Bedard Scott Henderson Carolyn Lumenello
8/16 Dick Coleman Scott Henderson Carolyn Lumenello
8/23 Rev. Eric Hausman Ellen Martins Bill Harman
8/30 Rev. Eric Hausman Ellen Martins Nancy Eberiel
9/6 Beth Shaw Mark Tincknell Bill Harman

Fellowship Friends and Parish Activities for the Summer of 2015

July 8 – Methuen Organ Concert
             Join us for an encore visit to the grand Methuen Music Hall on Wednesday, July 8th to hear one of the finest pipe organs on
             the East Coast. Paul and Randy will be hosting a 6:00 PM potluck BBQ at their house and we'll carpool at 7:15 to the 8:00 concert. 
             They will provide meats so bring a small side dish or salad to share.  Meet us at 7:15 if you can't make the BBQ. 
             Marvin Mills from Baltimore, Maryland will be playing. Many have gone in the past and it is always a wonderful program -
             the architecture and art in the concert hall alone is worth the trip!  Tickets can be purchased at the door for $12 for adults
             and $5 for children. We have a few free passes available as well if the price is prohibitive.  For more information contact Randy Steere
             or just meet us at our house.  If you know you are coming please let us know in advance for planning purposes, but feel free
             to just drop in as well.            
             Contact is Randy Steere

July 18 - Kimball Farm Family Day
               How does a warm summer’s afternoon, filled with ice cream, mini-golf, and baseball sound to you?
               Our Fellowship Friends is  group offering these wonderful activities on July 18 at Kimball’s Farm, starting at 2 pm.
               Families of all ages are invited, as well as singles and couples to enjoy all the activities of this wonderful local resource.
               You can be as relaxed or active as you like- the idea is to have lots of fun! We will meet at Kimball’s at 2.
               Contact is Chris Robinson

August 1 – Open Art Galleries in Western Studios, Lowell (Free)
                  Attention artists of all ages ! Our Fellowship group is going to the Western Avenue Art Studios in Lowell, for their free Open House
                  on Saturday, August 1, starting at 12 noon. If you haven’t been before, these amazing mixed media studios are located in an
                  old mill building with 5 floors of talented visual artists working on their projects and demonstrating their techniques to the public.
                  Stained glass artists work alongside painters, sculptors, jewelry makers, graphic artists, fabric painters, weavers, 
                  and many others so this visit will be a feast for the senses.
                  We will carpool from the First Church, leaving at 11:30 or you can meet us at the main entrance at 12 noon.
                  Possibility of stopping for ice cream on our way home.
                  Contact is Chris Robinson 

August 23 – Spinners Baseball Game
                    This is unheard of.  On August 23.  (Save the date!) the Lowell Spinners will play the Staten Island team starting at 3:05
                     in the afternoon. This is great event for kids of all ages. The tickets are price-worthy at $7.00 and $10.00. 
                     On this day the promotion is a Zombie Player Bobble head.  Your kids or grandkids would not want to miss this. 
                     I propose that we have a barbeque at the FPCU staring at 1:00 PM, travel in convoy to the ball park. 
                     If you want to go and not have lunch that is fine too. Please contact Bob Shaw to indicate your interest in this Fellowship Event: 
                     the ball game and/or barbeque and I will buy the tickets. 
                     Contact is Bob Shaw

August 30 – Dinner and Book Discussion
                    More information to follow.
                    Contact is Chris Robinson

For more information on the above activities and contact information, please emailt the office at fpcuwestford@verizon.net .

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Resources regarding Domestic Violence and Abuse

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