NORWAY — The First Universalist Church, 479 Main St., has listed its worship services for the month of March. Services begin at 11 a.m. Sunday followed by a social hour. Childcare is available.

March 3 — The Rev. Fayre Stephenson will lead this service with “Letting Go.” What might people need to let go of in order to be true to themselves? This service considers the possibilities and create together an artful expression of “letting go” of that which keeps people from being true.

March 10 — Bob Clifford from the First Universalist Church of West Paris will lead this service with “Being a Unitarian Universalist.” This service consists of several readings that give some insight into how people view Unitarian Universalism.

March 17 — The Rev. Stephenson leads this service with St. Patrick and the Pagans. St. Patrick’s Day began as a simple feast day for the saint and has become an international holiday. Join them on this day of wearing green as they consider St. Patrick and the pagans of ancient Ireland.

March 24 — Church member and volunteer extraordinaire Joan Beal will facilitate this worship service with “Turning toward the Light: Voices for Justice.” What spiritual sources sustain efforts at social responsibility and justice? Members of the congregation and outside community will speak briefly on how their faith informs and nourishes their social action.

March 31 — Lifelong Unitarian Universalist Pat Harris will lead this service with “Walking the Dog.” Some folks do their best thinking on the back porch, by the water or in the garden. Harris does hers while walking the dog. Lately, she has been thinking a lot about how aging has and hasn’t changed the things she values in life, especially as it relates to her long held spiritual, religious and cultural beliefs.

For more information, contact the church at 207-743-2828, email [email protected] or visit www.norwayuu.org.

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