We are pleased that you are seeking information about the Melrose Unitarian Universalist Church. 

Who are We?

Well, we are a lively, multi-generational community of spiritual seekers. We are a non-creedal congregation, which means we do not have any single authoritative formula of religious belief. Instead, in all our variety, we covenant to support one another in our individual spiritual explorations, and we live our faith in the larger world through action. We seek wholeness in our individual lives within the compassion and strength of a liberal religious community.

Our spoken affirmation includes the words “…to the end that all souls shall grow into harmony with the Divine, one with another, and with our God”, and “…service is our prayer”, which serve to remind us of that covenantal relationship. 

We are bonded together by our dedication to the Unitarian Universalist 7 Ethical Principles which guide us on how to treat one another, and while our roots are in the Judeo-Christian tradition, our membership affirms a variety of sources for spiritual inspiration guided by the Unitarian Universalist 6 Sources.

We invite you to explore the links above – and to the left – and encourage you to join in church activities, learn more about the church, and let us get to know you a little better as well. Check out the links on the left for more information about how we worship and celebrate Unitarian Universalism. 

Our building is wheelchair-accessible via the ramp located by our parking lot along the side-street. Reserved ability-based parking is also available in our parking lot. Audio-assist devices and large-print Orders of Service are always available.

For more information about our Worship Services, please click HERE.

Please feel free to click the links here to contact our Minister or Fellowship Committee or Director of Religious Education or Music Director by email (please be sure to include your email contact information) or by calling the Church Office phone, 781-665-7504.

In fellowship,

The Board of Directors