Please note that First Parish in Cohasset now live streams its Sunday Worship Service.  Simply go to; in the “Search” block, type in First Parish Cohasset.  This will bring you to the Sunday Worship Service.  The live stream is available at 10:00 am on Sunday.  If you are unable to “attend” the live stream, Sunday’s Worship Service will be available on YouTube after the live stream and for several weeks following. 

April 04th                                “Embracing Resurrection”

With Spring comes Easter and in the Christian tradition all that talk of Resurrection.  What’s a good UU to do with that? Well actually, I find that resurrection is a very important tenet of the Process Theology that helps me make sense of the world in which we live.  I hope to share with you today what I feel real and believable about resurrection.

April 11th                                 “Always More to Learn”

You say you are on a Spiritual journey through life.  What do you use as a road map?  I was inspired to write this sermon after re-reading Gavin Menzies, book “1421: The Year China Discovered the World”.  This sermon is about the parallels I see between the Chinese explorers and our own.

April 18th                                “The Inner Light and the Society of Friendsz’z
The Rev. Ann C. Fox, preaching

The concept of a divinely-inspired “Larger Self” first came to us from ancient Hinduism and most recently from many New Age teachings. However, we need look no further than the Society of Friends (Quakers) for a similar but unique teaching of the “Inner Light.”  Perhaps this 17th century teaching has something useful and modern to consider for our Unitarian Universalist path.

April 25th                                “The Karmic Ladder of Existence”

Today’s sermon is in celebration of Earth Day where we will look at the different ways in which the major world religions view ecological problems and how they approach possible solutions.

May 02nd                               “Our Wounded Hearts”

I am sure you have heard it said that sadness, grief and anger are all part of the great cycle of life.  When these persist however, how does one distinguish them from depression?  This sermon will address what we can do about our heavy, wounded hearts?