Please Join Us On Sundays at 10am

We are now worshiping in-person in our sanctuary on Sundays at 10am. Our Sunday online re-broadcast is posted by 7pm Eastern on our Youtube Channel

Most Recent YouTube Service

If you missed our 10am live service, you can always watch the recording on YouTube. Replays are posted by 7pm.

Religious Education Offerings

Nursery Care

Nursery Care is available for babies through preschool each Sunday in the East Wing nursery. Family members may drop children off or stay.

Pre-K – Grade 6

Pre-K – Grade 6 begins with their families in the church sanctuary. After the Story for All Ages, we sing the children to Religious Education sessions. Parents may accompany children as needed.

Grades 5-6

Includes an 8 week session highlighting Respect, Responsibility, and Relationships during Sunday morning Religious Education.

Grades 6-8

“Middle Matters” explores themes, ideas, and actions such as social action, neighboring faiths, and our UU principles through chalice lightings, discussions, and hands-on projects. Art, music, and ritual help them prepare for a youth-led service in the spring.

Grades 9-12

Youth may remain in the sanctuary for worship service or volunteer to assist in Religious Education. Individual action plans are created and Youth are encouraged to participate in leadership and worship roles.

Ages 14 and Up

Our Youth help organize items from our clothing drive. A trained, specialized team leads an overnight experience with CityReach Boston distributing clothing and food to homeless individuals. Afterwards, the group takes time to reflect and share.

Bridging Program: 12th Grade

The Bridging Support Team works with senior youth (Bridgers) to support faith development and navigate transitions.

Coming of Age: 14 and Up

The Bridging Support Team works with senior youth (Bridgers) to support faith development and navigate transitions.

Our Whole Lives

OWL is a values-based program written for grades 7-9 integrating sexuality education and values from our Unitarian Universalist community in a positive and supportive environment. The program is taught by skilled facilitators who have completed an official OWL training program.