The Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford is hosting an Open House on Saturday, Oct. 2 from 2-4, (rain date Oct 16). The event will celebrate the completion of the restoration of our historic 1785 parsonage, the David Osgood House at 141 High St. The beautiful … read more.
Welcome to our church!
In keeping with our Unitarian Universalist belief in supporting the welfare of all and in accordance with local and state policy, we require all people attending in-person services except for children under two to wear a mask and practice social distancing.
Also, we … read more.
The sun is out – it is time for Medford Honors MLK Discovery Tour. Go to https://medfordart.org/medford-honors-mlk-jr-discovery-tour/ and start with the map to find out the locations. You can visit (masked, socially-distanced, and with your own family/pod) the outdoor sites and look for … read more.
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford deeply mourns the loss of our beloved member and friend, Joseph Walters, who passed away suddenly on Nov 22, 2020. Always a warm and friendly presence in our church, Joe contributed enormously to church life through his musical … read more.
The Black Lives Matter demonstration in front of our church that began in May when George Floyd was murdered and continued to take place every Tuesday for five months will conclude, at least for now, on Tuesday, October 27. Because of the time change on … read more.
“Look well to the growing edge.”
I am honored to be chosen to serve as your minister. The church year is coming on quickly, and I have been in conversation with your Board and your Worship Committee to develop plans and reflect on goals for … read more.
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford reaffirms that Black Lives Matter. UUCM flies the Black Lives Matter flag outside of our building to communicate our belief that individual and systemic racism must be actively confronted and eliminated for there to be equality, peace, and justice … read more.
Dear UUCM Community,
At our Board meeting last night (May 18, 2020) we reviewed the guidance received in the last week concerning holding worship services in person. At this time, the Board has decided to continue our virtual services over the summer and to revisit whether … read more.
For those of you who did not get a chance to view this week’s service, we have an exciting announcement to make: We have a minister!
Thanks to the efforts of our wonderful Search committee – Liz Ammons, Steve Schmidt, Mimi Olivier, Marsha Lawson – we … read more.