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  • Statement of Support for Black Lives Matter
  • Statement of Support for LGBTQ Civil Right
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Welcome and thank you for visiting. Our Sunday services begin at 11:00 AM and last approximately an hour. Join us for Fellowship 30 minutes before and 30 minutes after the service.

In addition, some services may be held outside with Zoom accessibility. We will not be worshiping in the building until further notice. As a caring community, we want to be inclusive and supportive of one another. We will continue to follow public health metrics and UUA recommendations.

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Wherever you are on life's journey. You are welcome here.

We are Unitarian Universalists, or UU's for short. We are people of all ages and walks of life who live in Billerica and nearby towns. We come from a variety of religious backgrounds - mainly Christian and Jewish. We have a wide range of religious beliefs. Some of us are newcomers, while some are long time U.U.'s. We cherish the universal truths taught by the great teachers in every time and tradition. We welcome diversity of religious opinion, yet we seek a strengthened spirituality for ourselves. We want the opportunity to consider religious questions with others who are not always certain they have all the answers.

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Our Mission Statement (Diversity Statement): "This Congregation affirms and promotes the full participation of persons in all our activities and endeavors, including membership, programming, hiring practices, and the calling of religious professionals, without regard to race, color, gender, physical or mental challenge, affectional or sexual orientation, age, class, national origin, or political affiliation."

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Event and Service details are on the Calendar

All are Welcome here!

Dear Members and Friends,
Services start @ 11 AM and last about an hour.
Zoom Fellowship Chat  30-Min before and after Sunday Service. We hope you will join us.

Sep 12   “We Are All W.E.I.R.D.”, Rev. Nannene Gowdy
Because of COVID, we will not be able to meet in person, so ingathering seems a little artificial. But it is the start of a new church year, a new school year, and a hopeful look at 2022. How do we, in Western civilization, look at the world differently from other societies?

Sep 19   “Mabon: A Time of Balance”, Rev. Linda Goodman
The wheel of the year has turned to a point of balance at the autumnal equinox. The harvest is in, so we pause and reflect on the time of summer activity and its fruits. Looking back, what experiences have we harvested? Looking forward, what do we wish to learn and cultivate in the coming quiet of winter? The dance goes on.
Sep 26   “Living in Paradox”, Rev. Eugene “Woody” Widrick
Lewis Carroll has the White Queen in Alice in Wonderland tell Alice that she believes as many as six impossible things before breakfast.  One of the professors at Andover Newton Theological School told us we had to learn to live in Paradox, believe two things. For instance, he cited the Biblical story of Creation in Genesis and The Big Bang theory.  Both are sufficient to explain what is.  People believe a lot of "impossible" things these days which are harmful [I have had the two shots of covid vaccine therefor some people thing I have two chips in my arm], how about believing some impossible things that are helpful and hopeful?
Our drop-in conversations continue to evolve. Click the Zoom Service meeting link for:

Mondays - FPC Monday Night Zoom Chat, hosted by Sarah Mills, 7:00-8:00p.m.
Think of this like an on-line open house with friends. Different topics, something new each week.