Sun, May 15|
UUCGL Sanctuary (and on Facebook Live!)
Sunday Service — "Lydia Breed: Artist and Church Member"
We know Lydia Breed as the creator of the sculpture in our sanctuary and the religious symbols in our foyer. But Lydia did much more than that, as a book illustrator and a printmaker.
Time & Location
May 15, 2022, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EDT
UUCGL Sanctuary (and on Facebook Live!), 101 Forest Ave, Swampscott, MA 01907, USA
"Lydia Breed: Artist and Church Member"
— Church History Ministry Team
— Lynn Museum Director, Doneeca Thurston
— Boston Printmakers Association President, Renee Covelucci
We know Lydia Breed as the creator of the sculpture in our sanctuary and the religious symbols in our foyer. But Lydia did much more than that, as a book illustrator and a printmaker. Some of her most powerful prints are on display this year at the Lynn Museum. Our guest speakers will have a PowerPoint display of her prints. And the Church History Ministry Team will have a table where church members may show their pieces of Lydia’s artwork!
More information about Lydia Breed, the "Lydia N. Breed: Art of a Community Legacy" Lynn Museum exhibit, and the Church History Ministry team can be found in the Weekly Update.
We will be together in the sanctuary and on Facebook Live.
For the morning offertory you may donate online.
Find the Order of Service here.
Those with joys, sorrows, milestones and prayer requests to share with the minister and congregation are welcome to submit them here.
(You can view past services and sermon segments here.)
Special Collection for Ukraine
UUCGL’s special collection during our Sunday services, to support the Ukranian relief efforts, will continue this week. All donations will be matched up to $2000 through the Grants Committee Social Justice funds. Money will be sent to the humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders. There are several ways to give: our plate cash, and checks designated for Ukraine, will continue to go to DWB. You can mail a check to the church made out to UUCGL with "Ukraine" in the memo. And you can also donate online at uucgl.org/donate and specify "Ukraine" on the form. Thank you so much for your generous gifts so far.