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Join us for worship on Sundays at 10am. You’ll find a warm welcome, an engaging service, and a place to nurture and renew your spirit.  All are welcome – we are an open and affirming church!

In 1 Peter 2:9, the author describes Jesus’ followers as “a peculiar people,” meaning that we are called to be God’s own particular folks – but also that we’re called to be a little weird! In this series we’ll take a look at how God invites us to choose attitudes and actions that are at odds with the culture around us – and how the challenge of living up to such peculiarity can enrich our lives and our church in incredible ways.

Spotlight: We are updating our Church Directory. Book your photo session today!

Sessions are available:

October 4 from 2:00 pm-9:00 pm
October 5 from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

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Spotlight: Welcome to our new CE Director!

Elizabeth Foster is from Chicago, but has fallen in love with Boston. She was formerly Director of Religious Education at First Church Jamaica Plain Unitarian Universalist as well as at the UU Society of Wellesley Hills, and has prior experience in nonprofit development. She feels called to UCC theology and practice and is very excited to join the PACC community and UCC tradition.

With her religious ed and non-profit experience, her wealth of ideas, and her warm, intentional way with children and youth, we are thrilled to have Elizabeth join us. 
Elizabeth is in the first year of her Masters of Divinity program at BU School of Theology. In her spare time, she enjoys vintage dancing, cooking, and reading mystery novels. She also helps organize musical singalong fundraiser events for local nonprofits through Boston Does Broadway and serves on the Executive Board of the Riders Transit Access Group for the MBTA. She lives in Somerville with her partner, Colin and their very friendly cat, Jade.
Please be sure to welcome her to PACC! We’ll have a formal moment to bless the beginning of her ministry with us on Regathering Sunday, September 8.

Meet Pastor Leah

The Reverend Leah Lyman Waldron is our pastor at Park Avenue. Leah’s vision for the church is pastoral care that helps people feel God’s loving presence, preaching that makes scripture come alive and illustrates how we might live out God’s call in our daily lives, and equipping the faith community to discern how the Spirit is calling us to make God’s love tangible in this world. Read more about Leah, and join us every Sunday morning at 10am for worship together.