of Scituate, Massachusetts
First Parish
Unitarian Universalist Church
New Member Orientation: December 11th
Posted on November 11th, 2011

Are you new to the church? Have you been around for a while but haven’t decided whether or not actually to “sign the book” and become a voting member? (By the way, remember that only voting members will have the power to choose your new minister.)

If you would like to explore this, you are invited to join Mr. Cook after services on December 11th for an orientation to membership. This will include a brief history of Unitarian Universalism and First Parish, an overview of how this church governs itself, an exploration what we ask of our members in contributions of time, talent and treasure, and an invitation to “sign the book” that day or at another time. It shouldn’t take much more than one hour. Do consider joining us. If you have any questions, feel free to be in touch with Mr. Cook or any member of the Parish Committee.

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