A welcoming congregation
handicap accesible

 

Outside view of church

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.

Wayside Pulpit All Welcome

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."

Our winter services begin at 11:00 AM and last approximately an hour. Join us for Fellowship Hour afterwards. Allergy friendly treats are frequently available.

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Event and Service details are on the
Calendar

All are Welcome here! 

 Services start at 11am.

Please come for the service and stay for coffee hour/fellowship hour.
 

Feb 19 Pysanky Workshop 7:30-9:30 & Sew ‘n Sews Come make a beautiful egg to gift or keep

Feb 20 Community Yoga Class

Feb 21 Chalice Dancers

Feb 22 Depression Workshop

Feb 24 Sunshine Gals Luncheon

Feb 26 7:30-9:30 Pysanky Workshop 

Feb 27 Community Yoga Class

Feb 25 “Living Apart”, Joshua Leach We use the places we live to mark transitions into new stages of life, to present a version of ourselves to the world, to find a sense of home and belonging. But increasingly, the places we live also mirror the inequities and injustices in our larger society. This is a sermon about the search for housing -- and home -- in a polarized world.