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FPC with June Magnolias in bloom 2020

Please read What We Stand For to see our:

  • Statement of Support for Black Lives Matter
  • Statement of Support for LGBTQ Civil Right
  • Unitarian Universalism's Seven Principles

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.

Click Sunday Services to learn how to connect.

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.

Oct 17   “Love and I Had the Wit to Win”, Rev. Nannene Gowdy

As Edward Markham captured in his poem, love is the basis for Unitarian Universalist beliefs. Let's explore why we have been an uncommon religion since the beginning.

Oct 24   “Be Not Afraid”, Rev. Eugene “Woody” Widrick
We are told over and over to be afraid, afraid of vaccinations, afraid of people with different appearance --skin or eyes or hair, different beliefs, different language -- the list goes on and on.  The message of faith is "Be not afraid."

Oct 31   “This Is Halloween”, Rabbi Yaakov Reef
Get on your costume and join us for our annual celebration of our Autumnal Crossquarter – known by some as Halloween, Samhain, Día de los Muertos, Oíche Shamhna, Pitru Paksha, Obon Festival, and/or many other names. Please send a photo of someone you would like to remember in our Honoring Our Ancestors liturgy to trek.reef@gmail.com by October 20th.


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.