Worship Sunday December 1, 10:30am: Finding Your Road

Jane Foley, Guest Preacher

Robert Frost’s most analyzed poem, “The Road Not Taken,” is known to be a metaphor for the choices we make along life’s path.
Long-time MUUC member Jane Foley talks about the literal and figurative roads on which we travel.
Plus: favorite hymns and the choir sings!

Bread of Life: Friday, December 6, 2019

MUUC will be preparing and serving dinner for Bread of Life on FRIDAY DECEMBER 6TH. Please click for more information on how you can help, especially serving the meal! Thank You!

Alternative Fair! Saturday, December 7, 2019 10:00 am – 2:30 pm

The Melrose Unitarian Universalist Church invites all to the Alternative Holiday Fair and Café on Saturday December 7th from 10am to 230pm. The Alternative Fair is an “alternative” to mall shopping. Please click for more important information!

MUUC at the Climate Strike

On Friday, September 20, an enthusiastic group from MUUC traveled to Boston by bike and T and participated in this global event. Many carried posters created the previous evening at the Church.

Immigration Ministry

There were many words of support and offers to participate in the Immigration Ministry after the 9/22 Worship service, “Who Is My Neighbor”, that focused on the immigrant experience. There are some URGENT needs – the MUUC community is invited to participate in this important work. Click for a list of things you can do.

“White Lies”: NPR Podcast about the Murder of Rev. James Reeb, UU Minister

The Anti-Racism Team invites you to listen to this important podcast series. In 1965, the Rev. James Reeb, a UU minister, was murdered during the civil rights events in Selma, Alabama. Although his murder has never been officially solved, NPR has in uncovered new information about this tragic incident. A “must listen” for all UU’s.

Anti-Racism Ministry

The Anti-Racism Ministry Team invites everyone to listen to the Podcast about Rev. James Reeb (see other post on HOME page). We are also working towards creating an alliance of Melrose and Boston METCO families. Consider: what can Melrose residents do create a top-notch experience for our METCO students? Click for details on MUUC’s work on anti-racism.

Welcome to the Melrose UU Church!

Welcome to this sacred space, where we strive to live our vision of being a beloved community that is welcoming and inspirational, a place of understanding and acceptance, and where social justice and compassion guide our actions. Sunday Worship 10:30 am Sept – June.

Soul Matters Monthly Themes

MUUC participates in Soul Matters. The Soul Matters Sharing Circle is a network of Unitarian Universalist congregations who follow the same monthly themes so we can more easily share small group material, as well as worship, sermon, music and religious education resources. Click for more information.

Trans UUs Respond to UU World Article

From Our DRE: In response to a UU World Article, the staff is wondering what steps MUUC can take to provide a more welcoming community. If you’re wondering this too, let’s talk and get started.

UU’s Mentioned in NPR Segment About Comprehensive Sexuality Education

UU’s Mentioned in NPR Segment About Comprehensive Sexuality Education. Click here to find the link to the NPR “Cognosenti” Segment.

Creative Drop-In Sessions

The Melrose UU Church has weekly drop-in activities, which are free and open to the public. All are welcome; you don’t have to be an MUUC member to participate. These activities will provide you with opportunities to be creative, give to others, make connections, center yourself, and emerge refreshed.


#MeTooMelrose is a joint project created by the Melrose Commission on Women, Melrose Alliance Against Violence, and the Melrose Human Rights Commission. Please click for more information.