A list of Passover and Easter events and services happening in Wellesley this year.
Sunday, March 31, 2013
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Readers uploaded their unique ideas, what do you think of their visions?
We asked, you answered and we received some great entries in our request for your creative PEEPs displays. We've gathered the best of our entries and here they are for you to take a look, judge and tell us which one you think is best. So, scroll through our photos, pick your favorite and tell us in the comments section below. The winner gets bragging rights of the best creative use of PEEPs this Easter season. Happy viewing and thank you everyone for your submissions!
A list of Easter events and services happening in Wellesley this year.
While we tried to get all the services in Wellesley, we may have missed a few. If you know of any services or events that we've missed, let us know in the comments section below and add it to our events calendar! Congregational Village Church in Wellesley. 2 Central Street, Wellesley, For more, see their Holy Week and Easter Schedule. St. John the Evangelist Church. 9 Glen Road, Wellesley Hills. St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. 79 Denton Road, Wellesley --- Passover Services: Passover ends on the evening of Tuesday, April 2. Below is a quick rundown of some Passover services and events planned at local temples: Temple Beth Elohim. 10 Bethel Road, Wellesley
Friday, March 22, 2013
If you've got a creative streak and a passion for PEEPS, share it with us.
PEEPS, those famously delicious and delightful marshmallow candies, aren't just for eating anymore. These days, crafty PEEPS creations are all the rage, from the White House front lawn, to re-creations of children’s books, historical settings and other unusual situations. Think you can invent something fun with PEEPS? Now's the time to show us. Here’s how to get involved: Create a work of art or diorama using PEEPS candies. It can be a local scene, something out of pop culture, a book or movie, or just something fun! Then, upload a photo of your original PEEPS design to this article. To upload a photo, you must be a registered Patch user. Click the 'Sign Up' button in the top right corner of the home page to create an account. All photos …
Saturday, April 7, 2012
A recent poll shows Massachusetts up there with the least-religious states.
Last week, Gallup published a poll that listed the most, and least, religious states in the country. The poll showed that the most religious states included Mississippi, Utah and Alabama, while Massachusetts ranked as being 28-percent "very religious," which was only slightly higher than the least: Vermont and New Hampshire. "Gallup classifies 40 percent of Americans nationwide as very religious—based on their statement that religion is an important part of their daily life and that they attend religious services every week or almost every week. Another 32 percent of Americans are nonreligious, based on their statement that religion is not an important part of their daily life and that they seldom or never attend religious services. The …
Friday, April 6, 2012
Happy Passover and Easter weekend.
Each morning, Wellesley Patch presents “5 Things You Need to Know,” a collection of announcements, events, reminders and odd little ditties to help you organize your day. 1. Boston Bruins player Gregory Campbell will be at Old School Pizza signing autographs this afternoon. 2. ...Just like Brad Marchand did earlier this week. Will the turnout be the same? 3. Today is Good Friday, Wellesley Schools are closed. 4. Sundown marks the first night of the first night of Passover, which ends April 14. 5. The Boston Red Sox dropped their first game of the season yesterday to the Detroit Tigers 3-2.