Hosted by Linda French at 379 Common Street in Belmont (on the same block as our Belmont site)
Parking available on Bay State Road, and child care/ movie night will be available at the church!
Please bring your favorite savory or sweet finger foods to share!
Stay to join us in a Christmas Carol sing-a-long!
Join us for a night of Christmas fun! We will be watching a Christmas movie (we will vote for a winner) followed by pizza, tree decorating, crafts and more! Childcare will also provided. Parents can have a night to themselves, attend the church christmas party or get some shopping done!
Join us to visit Heifer Farm's Christmas Open House! We will check out the global village, take a hayride, roast marshmallows, decorate cookies and make a craft--not to mention see all the animals! We will then head over to Mesa Farm to see the their living nativity!
Meet at the church at 12:30 pm to carpool, or meet us at Heifer Farm at 1:30 pm. The living nativity starts at 4 pm (about 30 min long). Join us for the whole afternoon or just for a portion!
Beth El Temple Center, Belmont
Drop In Resource night is a collaboration of six towns working together for Metro-Boston Project Outreach.
Rev. Mike will be staffing a table with Trish P. to offer assistance and additional resources to those seeking information.
Rev. Mike will be speaking at the Opioid Task Force meeting
at Metro West Hospital, Framingham
Sign up, donate or both by following this link:
Join us at the Belmont Site to package 10,000 meals that will be sent to those in need. We believe we can make a positive difference in the fight against hunger. Even seemingly small contributions can add up to a BIG impact. We’d like to invite you to take action and join the growing movement to end hunger worldwide by 2030.
We will be hosting our 2nd annual “Go Green For Halloween Costume Swap” on Saturday, Oct. 7th. Instead of purchasing new costumes each year, we encourage the community to swap their slightly used costumes to save resources, packaging, transportation costs, and money.
Anyone interested in participating can drop off gently used costumes for children, teens or adults on Thursday, Oct.5 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. or Friday, Oct. 6 from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. Costumes should be in GREAT condition.
Participants will get a token for each costume donated. Return on Saturday, October 7 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. with your token and shop for a swap. Any costumes and accessories remaining will be donated.
Email Cherise at: email@example.com if you have any additional questions.
On Sept. 27th, at St. Patrick’s Church in Watertown, Watertown Overcoming Addiction will be holding its 3rd annual candlelight vigil at 7 pm for those who have died from overdoses in the last year in Watertown. Each year we have been invited to be present with other members of the community to shine a light on the urgency of the present opioid crisis and to offer support to families that have lost loved ones. If you would like further info please talk with Rev. Mike Clark.