“I Still Have Many Things to Say to You” Rev. Karla Jean Miller Trinity Sunday May 22, 2016 About ten years ago, as I was migrating my way from my ordination in the Presbyterian Church to the United Church of Christ, I found myself only partially employed. I decided that I needed to either go back to school to be certified in something… Read more »
..and it’s time to stop and “smell the coffee” and be the highest bidders! Fellowship Committee kicks-off its Annual Silent Wreath Auction! Tip toe through the parish hall May 8th and May 15th. Twelve creative and unique wreaths will be offered and delivery arranged after coffee hour on the 15th. Here is a sampling of “one of a kind” front door cheer with more to come!
Our Weekly E-news Letters Old North Church is a vibrant community with many ways to engage beyond Sunday mornings. To find out what is happening NOW under the Golden Cod in our church community, please click on the links below to read our weekly e-newsletters. There will you find comprehensive details about worship, programs, spiritual life, and more! What’s Happening at Old North, August 10… Read more »
What: a community building trip to LegoLand! Who: 24 children from Old North, 24 children from Lynn When: March 26 How: with YOUR prayers & support! We need you to: bring baked goods to Parish Hall before the 2/28 service; we’ll put them in our BAKE SALE DURING COFFEE HOUR! also during coffee hour on 2/28: Buy HANDMADE FLEECE DOG TOYS (by your very own ONC kids!) for $5… Read more »
Our annual Lenten Concert, (on the evening of Palm Sunday at 7:00 pm) is part of the observance of Holy Week at Old North Church, therefore we do not sell tickets or program ads; we think of this as a “musical reflection” and certainly not a commercial undertaking. That said, it certainly qualifies as an expensive concert to produce (funded by a combination of the Music Patrons and… Read more »
Wednesdays during Lent We will be continuing our discussion of On Being Mortal by Atul Gawande – (from Amazon.Com). Medicine has triumphed in modern times, transforming birth, injury, and infectious disease from harrowing to manageable. But in the inevitable condition of aging and death, the goals of medicine seem too frequently to run counter to the interest of the human spirit. Nursing homes, preoccupied with safety, pin patients into… Read more »
The 6th annual BURNS SUPPER will be held on Friday, January 29th at 6.30PM. This entirely social event is one of several good things to come to us from the Scots, who every year commemorate the birth of the poet Robert Burns with traditional food, adult beverages, poetry, toasts and song. It is now an Old North tradition too. Tickets will be available next week… Read more »
Please join us for worship on Christmas eve! At 5:00 pm, we will have our Family Service, featuring our youth choir alumni. At 8:00 pm, there will be Lessons and Carols and Candlelight. At 11:00 pm, a shorter Lessons and Carols service will be enhanced by the celebration of Communion and Candlelight.
The 35th annual Old North Festival Chorus Christmas Concerts – presented each year as part of Marblehead’s Christmas Walk – will take place on Saturday, December 5 at 8pm, and Sunday, December 6 at 7:30pm in the sanctuary of the historic Old North Church Meeting House, 35 Washington Street, Marblehead, MA. Among the highlights of the 2015 Festival Chorus Concerts – for chorus and full… Read more »
On Sunday, November 8th at the 10 am service, the Rev. Karla Miller will be installed as the Minister for Community Life at Old North Church by representatives of the Northeast Association of the Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ. The Service of Installation is the official recognition and celebration of an authorized ministry of an ordained clergy person in the UCC…. Read more »