The Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford, an open welcoming church.
147 High Street Medford, Massachusetts 02155 webinfo@uumedford.org 781-396-4549
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Our Church Staff
Sara Bossen
Director of Religious Education
Vivian Montgomery
Music Director
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Minister
The Reverend Tess Baumberger began her service as the Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford’s half-time minster starting August 2014.
Our Covenant
Love is the doctrine of this church,
The quest for truth is its sacrement,
And service is its prayer.
To dwell together in peace,
To seek knowledge in freedom,
To serve humankind in fellowship,
To the end that all souls shall grow into harmony with the divine.
Thus do we covenant with each other and with God.
Choir
UUCM Choir
The choir at the UU Church of Medford is a volunteer group made up of members and friends of the congregation who sing during the Sunday service about twice a month from September to June. They also sing at the Christmas Eve service and on other special occasions. The choir rehearses at 10 a.m. on those Sundays when they will be singing during worship.
Anyone is welcome to join the choir! There are no auditions, and music-reading skills are not required. For more information, including the current choir schedule, please contact UUCM’s Music Director, Vivian Montgomery, via email at music@uumedford.org.
Sermon Archive
A sampling of sermons given by UUCM community members (summer season services are lay-led, as are periodic regular church year services) and Rev. Susan is available online here. Read and enjoy!
Social Hour
Our social hour follows immediately after the Sunday morning service in Benker Hall, at the back of the church. Everyone is invited and encouraged to join us there ... especially newcomers! If you have children they will have plenty of company.
Brian and Annette Tamara and Friend Steve in Kitchen
We are a very friendly congregation. Do not worry if you are coming to your first service and do not know anyone in the church that day – people will make sure you feel welcome. You may quickly find yourself in a conversation about your spirituality, religious background (in UU churches you will find yourself among atheists, Buddhists, pagans, and people who were raised in mainline Protestant, Catholic and Jewish traditions), and what brought you to UUCM that particular day.