Five Points Cluster
Social Action Workshop: Widening the Circle
The Five Points Cluster congregations are planning a workshop: Widening the Circle/The 8th Principle* on Saturday, March 5th. Everyone in the Cluster congregations are invited to attend the workshop. Nicole Burch from Foxborough Universalist is the workshop leader with assistance from Meck Groot, from the New England Region UUA. Workshop organizers are already planning ahead for socially distant discussions.
* The 8th principle is “We covenant to affirm and promote: journeying toward spiritual wholeness by working to build a diverse multicultural Beloved Community by our actions that accountably dismantle racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our institutions. For more information, visit https://www.8thprincipleuu.org/
Cheryl Brigante's view: The 8th Principle is an important process going on in our national UUA, fueled by all the congregations in the greater UU community. We (Unity) can not lose sight of how we and our fellow UUs have the power to shape our faith and actions. I encourage everyone to mark your calendar, March 5 for this important workshop. Masks and social distancing are already part of the planning.
What is the Five Points Cluster
The Five Points Cluster is made up of six Unitarian Universalist Congregations in adjacent towns in SE Massachusetts, united for fellowship, mutual support, and coordinated social action. The Five Points Cluster congregations are: Brockton, Canton, Foxborough, Sharon, Stoughton, and North Easton.
The Five Points Cluster congregations choose a specific Sunday once every month or so where we gather to share worship together at one of our churches. It is a wonderful way to experience different kinds of worship, get to know our neighbors and siblings in faith, and offer hospitality to one another.
Share Worship Services
September 1st - Sharon – Labor Day Weekend
October 13th – Stoughton – Indigenous People's Day Weekend
December 1st – Foxborough – Thanksgiving Weekend
December 29th – North Easton – Christmas/New Year's
January 19th – North Easton – Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend
February 16th – Stoughton – President's Day Weekend
April 19th – Canton – Patriot's Day Weekend
May 24th – Sharon – Memorial Day Weekend
Learn more about the Five Points Cluster by visiting the
Note: We are closed to the public due to the state pandemic guidelines, and also to ensure the safety of CC workers and our clients as well. There will be no workers sorting clothes for a while, so any contributions you may wish to donate need to be kept at home for now. Thank you for understanding.
The CommUnity Closet, located at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Brockton, 325 West Elm Street, Brockton, will be open on the second Saturday of each month, from 10 AM to 2 PM. Volunteers from the Cluster churches are asked to take a Saturday in rotation, with volunteer hours from 9:30 to 2:30.
You can support the CommUnity Closet by bring donations to one of our Cluster Churches listed above. We grateful accept:
Clean and damage free used clothing for adults and children.
We always need coats! And footwear, too! Winter coats, spring/fall coats, rain coats.
Linens, blankets, towels in clean and good condition.
Socks and underwear (in original packaging)
Self-care products including diapers (infant, child, adult), feminine hygiene products (pads, tampons, etc), soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, lotion, makeup, shampoo, etc. Travel sizes are also appreciated.
We need clothing for the current season/weather due to need and storage constraints
We can also open the closet and and/or fill special requests for adults or family with emergency needs.