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We are a progressive faith community that welcomes you just as you are. This is a church where you can bring your dreams and your doubts, your hopes and your longings.

Here you'll find a lively spirituality: joyful worship, caring people, spiritual depth, ways to serve. Our mission is to be a faith community transforming lives and the world.

We hope you'll join us for worship this Sunday at 10:30 am!


  • This Sunday, April 30, at 10:30 am, "Resisting White Supremacy- What's in it for White People," worship led by Rev. Ken Wagner

    How can I live with courage and integrity when the culture provides unearned benefits to me in my identities as white, or male, or heterosexual, or able-bodied or middle class? How do I navigate the moral ambiguity if I live with some dominant identities and some targeted identities? Is it possible to find spiritual wholeness when those with those advantaged identities have perpetrated so much pain and suffering? How does one navigate the denial and guilt that attaches to those identities in order to stand in solidarity with those targeted for oppression? Explore these questions as Ken Wagner shares part of his journey in grappling with these questions in a sermon entitled, “Resisting White Supremacy – What is in it for White People.” You may be surprised at the potential for spiritual wholeness and liberation on a very personal level.

  • Outdoor Worship April 30

    This Sunday, April 30, all UUCH RE families are invited to the Outdoor Worship and Clean Up at Plug Pond (also known as Lake Saltonstall) in Haverhill! We will meet up at 10:30 am at the pond, and finish up around Noon. We ask that parents and caregivers stay with children at all times to ensure safe travel and clean up. Navigate to 99 Mill Street in Haverhill to find the entrance or plan to carpool with a family who knows the way. Please contact Clare for more information or to request a map to the event.

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    Thomas Lamb Eliot, an influential Unitarian minister in the Pacific Northwest, died at age 94 in Portland, Oregon.

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