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On the Town Green at the corner of Church and School Streets since 1698
349 Boston Post Road • Weston, Massachusetts 02493
(781) 893-7798
First Parish is happy to welcome Karlene Griffiths Sekou as our second McMullen Rush guest preacher during the Sunday morning worship service at 10:30 am on February 25. She will preach on "Something Beautiful," and Jean Masland will be the lay leader for the service.

A Boston organizer for Black Lives Matter. Ms. Griffiths Sekou is a transnational human rights strategist, public theologian, emerging religious scholar, speaker, minister, and community organizer. and the founder and principal of The Dignity Project International. Griffiths Sekou is a 2017 graduate of Harvard Divinity School and a Minister in Discernment in the United Church of Christ.

Inge Thorn Engler, violinist, will join organist Matthew Chiu for special prelude music from Jules Massenet's Thais. During the service, the Senior Choir will "Jubilate Deo," from Service in A Major, Opus 63 by Amy Beach. Children are encouraged to attend worship. Church School classes will resume on March 4. After worship, Ms. Griffiths Sekou will lead a forum discussion in the parlor addressing white supremacy and how it ties into our All-Parish project Conversations About Race.


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