Please consider supporting Murray Unitarian Universalist Church by

  • Sending your pledge checks in the mail
  • Arranging to have a regular check sent through online banking
  • Making an online payment through REALM Connect

To make “a recorded financial contribution,” at least one of your financial gifts to Murray Church should be made by check or cash and be placed in an envelope with your name(s) written on it. There must be a note on the envelope or inside the envelope explaining what the funds are for.

If paying by check, there should be a clear note on the “memo” line. All financial gifts to Murray Church are greatly appreciated, but we are unable to record gifts given by members who place loose cash in the offering plate each week since we are unable to determine the origin or purpose of those contributions.

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Support by volunteering

Here are some of the church activities, groups, committees, and community activities you can contribute to:

  • Adult Activities
  • Adult Choir
  • Advocacy and Service Projects
  • Holiday Fair
  • Lifespan Religious Education Classes
  • Musical Concerts
  • Small-Group Ministry
  • Soup Sales
  • Spring Fair
  • Tech Support

Groups and Committees

  • Adult Activities Committee
  • Advocacy and Service Committee
  • Caring Committee
  • Church Choir
  • Deacons and Deaconesses
  • Executive Board
  • Holiday Fair Committee
  • Memorial Garden
  • Membership Committee
  • Murray Musicians
  • Music Committee
  • Property Committee
  • Religious Education Committee
  • Religious Services Committee
  • Resources for Depression Support Group
  • Welcoming Congregation

Community Activities

  • Murray Food Pantry
  • Relay for Life
  • Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative Soup Kitchen

Church News and Updates

Sunday, June 19

Flower Communion: The Gifts of Blessed Community It’s the last Sunday of the official church year when we celebrate the long-standing Unitarian tradition of Flower Communion. Each person is invited to bring a flower to church, to symbolize the...

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Sunday, June 12

And to Help One Another Those are the final words of the covenant and affirmation of faith we say aloud together each Sunday morning during worship.  What does it mean for us to be in covenantal relationship with one another?  Ours is a faith-based...

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