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Fun Fact: On September 29, 1946, the Off Center Cross was used for the first time in any public worship service at Foxborough Universalist Church. Learn more about Foxborough via http://history.02035.org/worship.htm

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September 1, 2017

  • Sept. 29 – On September 29, 1946, the Off Center Cross was used for the first time in any public worship service at Foxborough Universalist Church.* | *

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  • Sept. 29 – Earle McKinney was ordained on September 29, 1946, in Foxborough, Massachusetts, at Foxborough Universalist Church.* | * *
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    The Off-Center Cross
    The off-center cross was first used in a public service of worship on September 29, 1946 at the ordination of Earle McKinney in Foxborough, Massachusetts at Foxborough Universalist Church, UUA. The off-center cross was officially adopted as a symbol of Universalism in Massachusetts by the Massachusetts Universalist Convention in 1947.