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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 Mission Statement

We are an active congregation who come together in fellowship to maintain an environment that promotes spiritual growth for  individuals and families and affirms diversity of belief. We reach out in a caring way within our church and beyond with a commitment to build a more loving community.

Our Affirmation of Faith

Love is the spirit of this church, and service its law.
This is our great covenant: to dwell together in peace,
to seek the truth in love, and to help one another.

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

Church News and Updates

Sunday, June 5

Being Faithful: What does it mean for UUs to live faithful lives? I saw a sign, recently: “Jesus asks us to be faithful.” I couldn’t help but wonder, what does it mean for UUs to live faithful lives? Who or what asks us to be faithful? Faithful to...

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May 29, 2022

Service of Remembrance Please join us on May 29th for our service “Of Grief and Remembrance.” We will share some stories of those we have lost and honor their memories. We will acknowledge the difficulty of this past year with Covid losses and the...

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