Murray Unitarian
Universalist Church

505 North Main St, Attleboro, MA 02703
 Phone: 508-222-0505  Fax: 508-222-2859
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  • Our MinisterThe Rev. Gretchen Weis
  • Love is the spirit of this church...
  • And service it's law.RE Youth collection drive
  • This is our great covenant...
  • To dwell together in peace...
  • To seek the truth in love...
  • And to help one another!Murray Church Clean Up Sunday
  • We affirm and promote
  • The inherent worth and dignity of every person
  • Justice, equity, and compassion in human relationsMurray Food Pantry
  • Acceptance and spiritual growth in our congregationsChildren & Youth Programs
  • A free and responsible search for truth and meaning
  • The right of conscience and the use of the democratic processWe are members of the UUA
  • The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all Volunteers at the UUSC Haiti Service Project
  • Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a partThe People's Climate March NYC
  • Music to stir the soul!Our Church Choir
  • Community InvolvementOur Annual Holiday Fair
  • Joyous Celebrations Our International Holiday Pageant
  • Remembering those who have gone before usOur Memorial Garden


Come Worship with Us


January 18, 2015
"Preachin' the Blues"
Murray Choir & other Guest Musiciaans

This is our special music service, featuring different blues music from throughout the 20th century.  We hope to impart the unique spirituality and common humanity expressed through the blues by sharing the music and its origins with those gathered in worship.


January 19, 2015
Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Celebration
1:00 pm
Municipal Program at Attleboro City Hall
2:00 pm Interfaith Service at Immanuel Lutheran Church – 647 N. Main St. Attleboro
“Leveling the Playing Field: An Equal Start for All”

Keynote Speaker: Edward Ellis, educator & former member of the New England Patriots. All are welcome. Organized by The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Committee of Greater Attleboro


January 25, 2015
"Love Thy Neighbor: But Who is Thy Neighbor?"
Rev. Gretchen E. Weis & Rev. Carlton Elliott Smith

Clergy throughout the greater Attleboro area have planned an interfaith response to the tragedies of Ferguson, MO, Staten Island, NY and the recent murder of two police officers in Brooklyn.  Churches and synagogues throughout our area will be exploring this same worship topic, inviting people of faith to answer the call to deeper, more meaningful multicultural engagement with one another as we seek to build beloved community.  Ministerial colleague and friend Rev. Carlton Elliott Smith will be co-leading worship.


February 1, 2015
"Inequality: Searching for a Biblical Solution"
ERabbi Elyse Wechterman & the Murray Reigious Services Committee

Spiritual texts offer structural solutions to the issue of inequality. How do the biblical commandments  such as to allow land to lie fallow, cancel all debts and free all slaves every seventh year provide lessons for modern life to create a balance between the haves and the have-nots? The issue of the growing income and economic disparity will be discussed.

To listen to Rev. Gretchen's other sermons, click here!

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 If you are visiting our site for the first time, we hope that what you see here inspires you to visit us on a Sunday morning.  We think we have plenty to offer and are always happy to see newcomers walk through our door. Whether you are seriously looking for a new church home or just starting to wonder what we're all about, we'd love to have you join us.


Each Sunday, a member of our Welcoming Team will be on hand before and after the service to answer your questions and show you around.   Stop by and give us a try!


We are a caring community that comes together in the spirit of mutual love and respect to celebrate life, offer service, and work for a better world. We are rich in diversity with members of all ages and life-styles. We endeavor to provide a welcoming home to all who join us in pursuing justice, tolerance, and compassion, with respect for the inherent worth and dignity of every person.


We are dedicated to the free and open search for spiritual meaning and growth. As a self-governing democratic organization, our members have an equal voice in all decision making.


 Photo by Greg WSocial action outreach is an expression of our Unitarian Universalist principles and purposes in action. By addressing social justice issues at local, regional and global levels and by raising awareness within the church community, we strive to create a better world in which to live. Here are some of the ways we in which we live our values:


We welcome families of all shapes and sizes. Child care is available in our Nursery for babies and toddlers. Older children are welcome to visit our Sunday School classes where parents are always welcome. As Unitarian Universalists we believe that religious education is a life long process, as each of us continues to grow and to realize the spiritual dimensions to our lives.

rainbow-flag2.jpg We warmly welcome all people to our faith community without discrimination on the basis of race, gender, age, color, national origin, ethnic background, socioeconomic status, marital status, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity. In accordance with our Unitarian Universalist principles and purposes, we affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person.   

We invite you to contact us and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Thanks for visiting our web site and look forward to seeing you at church!


Unitarian Universalist Principles for Kids
UU Children's ChaliceWe believe:
That each and every person is important;
That all people should be treated fairly and with kindness;
That we should accept one another and keep on learning together;
That each person must be free to search for what is true and right in life;
That all persons should have a voice in the things that concern them;
In working for a peaceful, fair, and free world;
In caring for our planet earth, the home we share with all living things.

   Unitarian Universalist Association


Home Page Photos: Greg W.
Web Site Manager: Bill Jones

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