Our Church

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About Murray Unitarian Universalist Church

Murray Unitarian Universalist Church is a progressive community of over two hundred and fifty members and friends. As members of the Unitarian Universalist Association and the New England Regional District, we are part of a liberal religious denomination that stresses individual belief and reasoning.

Instead of promoting a specific creed or dogma, we encourage members to develop a personal relationship with the Sacred. Members of Murray Church are devoted to individual freedom, reason, and tolerance.

We are rich in diversity with members of all ages and life-styles. The Murray community includes agnostics, atheists, humanists, deists, theists, Christians, Jews, Pagans, and Buddhists. Some members prefer to set theological matters aside and concern themselves with philosophical, social, and ethical questions.

We welcome all who seek an environment of mutual tolerance and friendship and a free faith in a free society.

Our church sits on the former hunting grounds of the Pokanoket people, leaders of what would become known as the Wampanoag Nation

THIS WEEK’S SERVICE

Church News & Updates

Church Fair 2021

A photo gallery of the church fair Thank you to everyone who visited the fair and those who put in the work to make it happen! [gallery columns="4" size="medium"...

Sunday, November 28

“Traditions, Old and New” Rita Barreto Craig wrote, “Traditions touch us, they connect us, and they expand us.” Whether you are practicing old family traditions during the holiday season, trying new traditions, or feeling a little lost without traditions, we’ll share...

Opening up our pews

Beginning this Sunday, November 21, the gold ribbons that limited by half the number of people sitting in a pew will be removed, allowing more folks to sit in our pews. For our annual Thanksgiving Communion service, we ask that all maintain the 3’ social distancing...