Inspired by meaningful worship, faith development and fellowship, we are a welcoming congregation committed to spiritual growth and diversity, social justice, and serving the greater community.
Learn more about our values. 

We are located at the end of a residential street -- a beautiful and tranquil refuge in the woods: 101 Forest Avenue, Swampscott, MA, 781-595-8836

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A Welcoming Congregation
A Welcoming Congregation


December Worship Services (at 10AM unless otherwise noted)

December 6: "Imagine No Religion" Rev. Dr. Victoria Weinstein preaching

December 13: Celebration of Winter Holidays (All Ages Pageant) 

December 20: "Why Not A Miracle?" Rev. Dr. Victoria Weinstein 

December 24: Christmas Eve Candlelight Service 5:30 PM

December 27: Come As You Are 

Coming Up!

Help serve Christmas Dinner at My Brother's Table on December 19th.


Find A Peaceful Place in the midst of a hectic holiday season. 



Welcome to our website! If you're already involved with the congregation,

glad you're here to stay better connected! If you have found this site because you are seeking a local spiritual community, we hope you'll take a look at some of what

we do and decide to join us whenever and wherever you like.

We gather on Sunday mornings for worship at 10:00 a.m. in our beautiful sanctuary and Sunday evenings

in the month of December we'll be opening the sanctuary for quiet meditation and pastoral

conversation for those who need a compassionate ear a a hectic season; A Peaceful Place

will be open to all Dececember 6, 13 and 20.

Unitarian Universalists don't have a doctrine or a creed. We believe that community matters,

and that staying connected to each other as we navigate life's challenges and demands is

an important and meaningful spiritual practice. We have a broad diversity of theological

views and opinions, and we never agree on how to define God (or whether there is a God), be we agree

on love and we try to make love real through our actions. We know that to live only for

ourselves is ultimately empty, so we practice service through a wide variety of projects

through our church. Please connect with us as you can, in body or in spirit.

Let us know you stopped by. - Rev. Vicki


Watch the Rev. Dr. Victoria Weinstein's Sermons


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