I Love a Good Mystery!

Sermon Date: 
Jan 6, 2019

This service and sermon was presented by our Board of Director, Amy Wood. 

New Year Affirmations!

Sermon Date: 
Dec 30, 2018

This service and sermon was presented by the Reverend Lara K-J Campbell.

The Night the Animals Talked

Sermon Date: 
Dec 24, 2018

An inspiring service for our candle light, Christmas eve celebration. Our Reverend Lara K-J Campbell led and presented this service with youth, members and friends engagement.

A Festuvus for the Rest of Us!

Sermon Date: 
Dec 23, 2018

This service and sermon takes us to a alternative and comical holiday celebration with a special message. The Reverend Lara K-J Campbell presented the sermon. 

The Song in Your Heart!

Sermon Date: 
Dec 9, 2018

This service focused on the role of music in our lives. The chalice story and homily were presented by Sally Keene, long time UU participant and member of First Parish since year 2002. 


Sermon Date: 
Dec 2, 2018

We were honored with a visit of the Caroling Bell Ringers from Christ Church in Kennebunk. What beautiful sounds were made reverberating in our Sanctuary. As well a compelling reading from Paul Beach and video with slow motion bell ringing effects. To top it off a memorable sermon from the Reverend Lara K-J Campbell!

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Sermon Date: 
Nov 25, 2018

Our special guest, Bruce King presented his history on recovery from drugs and community importance. 

After the Harvest!

Sermon Date: 
Nov 18, 2018

This service helped us understand how much poverty and starving children exists in our own community. The service was led by the Reverend Lara K-J Campbell.

I Can't Keep Quiet!

Sermon Date: 
Nov 4, 2018

This service was a profound presentation for those of us who suffer from sexual abuse. The Reverend Lara K-J Campbell offered a sermon to bring us together as a congregation to help heal. 

Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells OUR Story?

Sermon Date: 
Oct 21, 2018

The Reverend Lara K-J Campbell led a service and sermon about telling stories and its importance in the life and growth of our congregation.