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

Join us on Sunday mornings at 10 AM for worship and religious education. See worship themes here.

A Welcoming Congregation
A Welcoming Congregation

This is one of our congregation's favorite anthems sung by our choir.

We hope you enjoy its message of hope and love. 

 

 

 

Dear friends,

Smack dab in the middle of this month is a celebration of romantic love. The emphasis on love between two people with stars in their eyes and big, cartoon hearts going thumpety-thump is great for candy, card and flowers sales (and for the restaurant industry!), but it's kind of limited. Starry-eyed lovers have to learn to make love last past the first blush of infatuation, and those of us who try to practive love as a spiritual commitment in community know that love isn't just a giddy feeling but a choice we make, moment to moment and action to action.

In this season of love, may you find reasons to be in love with the world so that life itself makes your heart go thumpety-thump.

I'd love to hear from you with your questions about Unitarian Universalism, or just to chat about your life.

Stay warm and see you soon. Make sure to "Like" us on Facebook, where we post current information and messages.

In faith, hope and love, Rev. Vicki

 

Email the Minister

Email The Church Office, Elizabeth Muller 

Email the Director of Faith Development, Karen Brown

Email the Director of Music, Frances Conover Fitch

 

Our February Sunday Offering will be shared 50/50 with UU Mass Action, which mobilizes Massachusetts Unitarian Universalist individuals and congregations to work for justice in the name of love. Current initiatives include Immigration Rights, Climate Change, Anti-Racism and Economic Justice.