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“Dios de los Muertos for US?” with Rev. Ignacio Castuera

When: Sunday, November 3, 2019, 11:00 am to 1:30 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston

The Mexican observance of the Day of the Dead may provide ways to celebrate accomplishments and search for future tasks. Born in Puebla, Mexico

• Rev. Igancio Castuera has benefited from the best years of California’s commitment to education. He holds a Doctorate from Claremont School of Theology and served as pastor, Counseling Psychologist, Social Service Agency’s Director and District Superintendent in the United Methodist Church.

music by CommUnity Voices

 

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“Dreaming of Community: A Look at ‘Families Sharing Together’” with Ed Pazzanese and Judith Woodruff

When: Sunday, October 27, 2019, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston

Families Creating Together is a award-winning intergenerational multilingual free program that serves the Jamaica Plain and Roxbury communities. Ed Pazzanese will share a short media presentation, stories and art projects created by participating families. FCT invites the full participation of children of all abilities, their parents, siblings, and caregivers with the intent to counteract the risk of marginalization and isolation experienced by individuals who are non-speakers, living with disabilities; are homeless and; grandparents raising grandchildren.

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CCB “Jazz Night Special" with Frank Wilkins-David Vox Duo

When: Friday, October 4, 2019, 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston

Please join us for a joyful and enthusiastic exploration of the jazz tradition through the artistry of the Frank Wilkins-Dave Zox duo.

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“In Celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day” with Tom Pacheco

When: Sunday, October 13, 2019, 11:00 am to 1:30 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston

Tom Pacheco’s songs have been covered by Jefferson Starship, the Band, Rick Danko, Richie Havens, Scott Petito and Leslie Ritter, John Hall and dozens of European artists, many becoming number one hits in England and Norway. His albums have sold well in Europe. One became platinum in the mid 90’s. He played folk rock in Greenwich Village, NY in the lat 60’s and alternative country in Austin Texas in the early 80’s. He walked out on the Nashville songwriting factories and spent 10 years in Dublin Ireland recording and touring extensively in Europe.

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Defending Children's Human Rights in Palestine

When: Friday, May 24, 2019, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston

Meet Farah Bayadsi, Palestinian Human Rights Lawyer for Defense of Children International - Palestine

 

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“What is Happening in Venezuela, and Why Should It Matter to All of Us?” with Rev. Mike Clark

When: Sunday, June 2, 2019, 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston

(No 11:00 AM Service)

Rev. Clark will present a brief overview of recent events in Venezuela and place them in the context of 20 years of enmity between the US and the Bolivarian social and economic experiment. The outcome of the current struggle has implications for movements and nations everywhere that are seeking a more just world.

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SUNDAY Evening, May 12 at 6 pm: “Concert for Mozambique”

When: Sunday, May 12, 2019, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston

Please join us for a

Fundraiser for Victims of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique at the Community Church of Boston.

All Programs are held on the second floor in the Lothrop Auditorium.

Small elevator, wheelchair accessible.

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“First Friday Iftar” with Muslims for Progressive Values Boston

When: Friday, May 10, 2019, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston

First Friday Iftar (fast breaking dinner) is the fast breaking meal on first Friday of holy month of Ramadan. All are welcome to participate in prayers, recitations, speeches form progressive communities, activities for children, henna tattoo artist, and raffle prizes.

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Pete Seeger turns 100! All Hands on Deck to Sing the Highlander Center Back!

When: Friday, May 3, 2019, 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston
Pete Seeger turns 100! 
All Hands on Deck to Sing the 
Highlander Center Back!
 
Community Sing with Special Guests!
Friday May 3, 7:30 PM
Suggested Donation: $20+  
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“Reflections of a Retired Public School Teacher: My Greatest Fear—My Greatest Hope” with Larry Aaronson

When: Sunday, May 19, 2019, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston
(No 11:00 AM Service)
 
"I taught social studies for 40-plus years, exclusively in public high schools from 1965-2007. I came to believe that public schools are the citadels of our Republic and the social studies classrooms are the crucibles to bring students and teachers together to practice the civics of American Democracy."
 
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“Boston Boy, A Greyhound Journey: A personal reflections on the rise of greyhound adoption and the impact of intense bullying.” with Louise Coleman

When: Sunday, May 12, 2019, 11:00 am to 1:30 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston
Discussion of how adopting one greyhound led to the formation of a nonprofit that saved thousands of dogs and the impact of bullying on the Founder and the organization.
 
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“Six Hour Day For Eight Hours Pay-The Shorter Work Day/Week” with John Proctor

When: Sunday, May 5, 2019, 11:00 am to 1:30 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston
Learn what we can do to reduce the forty-hour work week - There is a necessity for a shorter workday (six hours instead of eight). This “New Deal” is a demand to push a 30 Hour week to the Federal Government who would subsidize employment if market forces cannot. By self-initiating a mass movement towards achieving this goal, it will relieve overworked Americans who have no affiliation with identity politics to afford a better life at home and in their community.
 
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“Insurgent Supremacists: Confronting the U.S. Far Right” with Matthew N. Lyons

When: Sunday, April 28, 2019, 11:00 am to 1:30 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston
Antifascist researcher Matthew N. Lyons will speak about his recent book Insurgent Supremacists: The U.S. Far Right’s Challenge to State and Empire. This work examines a broad array for far right currents, from neonazis to Christian theocrats, and from the Patriot movement to the alt-right, looking at their development, politics, interactions, and impact on the wider political landscape. Matthew argues that these “insurgent supremacists” bolster established systems of oppression but also challenge the existing political order.
 
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Film & Discussion: "Where The Guns Go" with Maria Termini

When: Monday, March 25, 2019, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston

The so-called Drug War serves to make legal the killing and repression of people: the United States provides the weapons, while Mexico provides the people killed and disappeared. This documentary brings together the testimonies of human rights activists, journalists, and people in Mexico directly affected by the violence carried by both government forces and organized crime in Mexico, with U.S. support.

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"Parole in Massachusetts: Why We Need More Second Chances" with Jean Trounstine

When: Sunday, March 31, 2019, 11:00 am to 3:30 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street, 2nd floor • Boston

The longer we keep people behind bars, the more we continue to fuel the engine of mass incarceration. Why then, is Massachusetts not paroling more people and supporting them to stay out of prison? What are the ways we could improve our ailing parole system? We must demand that more men and women serve the remainder of time in their communities?

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