- The Rev. Gretchen Weis
- RE Youth collection drive
- Murray Church Clean Up Sunday
- Murray Food Pantry
- Children & Youth Programs
- We are members of the UUA
- Volunteers at the UUSC Haiti Service Project
- The People's Climate March NYC
- Our Church Choir
- Our Annual Holiday Fair
- Our International Holiday Pageant
- Our Memorial Garden
Worship with Us
January 18, 2015
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.
“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
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.
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
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