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The New Massachusetts Universalist Convention

Annual Meeting 2000

The annual meeting of the New Massachusetts Universalist Convention will be on Saturday, May 20, 2000 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Weymouth.

The day will feature a portrayal of Olympia Brown by the Rev. Jan Bowering, workshops on African-Americans (led by Rev. Dave Johnson), women (led by Rev. Bowering), and world religions (led by Rev. Mark Harris), and a gospel sing.

The program follows.  The cost is $15 per person.  Flyers have been sent sent to our New England mailing list and to Massachusetts UU churches.  To receive registration materials, email your postal address to:

8:30 - 9:45 Breakfast & Schmoozing
10:00 Worship
10:30 - 11:45 Olympia Brown Speaks
12:00 Business Meeting
12:30 Lunch
1:30 - 2:45 Simultaneous Workshops
    Universalism & African-Americans
    Universalism & Women
    Universalism & World Religions
3:00 - 4:00 UU Gospel Sing
The UU Church of Weymouth is 11 miles southeast of downtown Boston at the corner of Route 3A and Sea Street in the north part of Weymouth.

Driving directions From Route 3:

  • Travel on Route 3 to Exit 16A (Route 18 North).
  • Turn right at the end of the exit ramp, then right at the lights by Speedy Auto Service onto Winter Street.
  • Proceed to the end of Winter Street (there is a Stop and Shop across the intersection).
  • Turn left onto Middle Street and proceed through 3 sets of lights.
  • At the end of Middle Street (by the cannon) turn left onto Commercial Street.
  • Proceed through the lights (there is a Sunoco station on the right), under a railroad overpass.
  • Bear left at the Y shortly after the overpass.  You are now on Norton Street, which becomes Pearl Street.
  • Follow Pearl Street to the end.
  • The church will be across the street to the left.

Public transportation:

  • From the Quincy Center T-logo.gif (1040 bytes) Red Line station, take the 220, 221, or 222 bus to the corner of Route 3A and Sea Street in Weymouth.

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