The Black Experience in Middlesex County from the 1640s to the 1870s. Our guests will each briefly present on their research into the lives of both free and enslaved Black people, which will then provide the context for the evening's panel discussion.
As the kick-off event for Woburn's 375th Anniversary celebration, the First Congregational Church of Woburn will be hosting an Interfaith Celebration on Sunday, January 8th at 2pm. The event will feature a local children's choir led by Lynn Burns, the Woburn Memorial High School Choir, Mishawum Choral Society, and a special 375th anniversary choir led by Brian Gilbertie. The celebration will also feature a re-enactment of the ordination of Woburn's first minister, Rev. Thomas Carter, in 1642.
St. John's Baptist Church is holding a Forum to discuss Race Relations on Friday October 28, 2016 from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm. The purpose of the Forum is to discuss the state of race relations in the community and to identify steps to improve upon issues raised to the discussion. The event will feature a panel discussion with a number of community leaders, moderated by Ron Walker from St. John's along with SCI's David Crowley. Community members of all ages are welcome to attend.
St. John's Baptist Church
40 Everett St.
Woburn, MA 01801