Join us each Sunday at 10:30 AM for a virtual Service on Zoom.  Click HERE to join us.
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Click HERE for a link to Judy’s Tribute

Click HERE to see our Easter Parade


Due to the Covid-19 Virus, in-person worship at the church has been replaced by on-line services.  Check the postings below for our services on Zoom.  

There will be a Virtual Coffee Hour on Zoom every Sunday starting at 11:30 AM.

 During these unsettling times, staff and members of our Church are available to both members and the general public.  Reach out to us at any time by calling 978-774-7582 or emailing nsuu@verizon.net. Our Church Administrator can answer your questions or direct your calls and emails to whomever you wish to contact.

Our minister, Rev. Carol Strecker, can be reached by email at DanversNSUUMinister@gmail.com, and by phone at 978-774-7582.  The Board of Directors and various Committee Chairs and members are all available.

 This moment indeed reminds us of the interconnected web of which we are all a part. Keep in touch with us and with one another.

Northshore Unitarian Universalist Church

Board of Directors

This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Earth Day Service

April 18 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Green Sanctuary Team

Join us for our annual Earth Day service, sponsored by the Green Sanctuary Team. It will be a celebration of our beautiful earthly home as well as a call to action. This year we plan to have two state legislators as guest speakers: Sen. Joan Lovely and Rep. Sally Kerans. Our guests will discuss current and planned legislation for environmental justice as well as what we can do to participate in the process.

Start listing your questions for Sen. Lovely and Rep. Kerans. This is a great opportunity for us to hear from and be heard by our legislators! As you prepare your questions, please send them to Iain Goddard, or igoddarda@aol.com.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – “Bound by Covenant”

April 11 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

Unitarian Universalism is a covenantal faith, not a creedal faith. We don’t tell people what to believe. We invite people to enter into a process; creating covenants that state explicitly how we want to be together. Our Unitarian Universalist Principles are a covenant of how we want to be in the world. This morning we’ll begin to look at the importance of covenantal relationships within a community like this congregation. 

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Easter Sunday

April 4 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

This is the season of new life! We’ll celebrate with gratitude what’s being born in the natural world and in us as the seasons and cycles of life continue.

You are invited to send a picture of yourself/family/pets in your Easter finery; bonnets/bunny ears, etc…. for a virtual “Easter Parade” to begin our celebration.

Send your pictures by Friday, April 2nd via email to Gary Nelson at ammodytes2000@gmail.com.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – The Welcome Table

March 28 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

Sure, we’re welcoming. We’re friendly and curious but is that all that’s required of us to be a People of Welcome? Are there intentional ways we can widen our circle of welcome: as individuals, as a congregation, as Unitarian Universalists?

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Mud Seasons of the Heart

March 21 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

There are five seasons in New England: summer, fall, winter, spring and mud season. On the leading edge of spring, what might we learn from this liminal time that often feels like being “stuck” in the mud?
Equinox – equal day, equal night.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Will the Real Witches Please Stand Up !

March 14th Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Linda Goodman

When we think of witches, we may imagine scary images of pointy-hatted hags on broomsticks or wart- faced women stirring vile cauldrons. But there is a tradition of wise women, herbalists, and healers who practiced the craft long before they became demonized and persecuted by the patriarchal powers. Let’s take a look at the nature-based spirituality of our crafty ancestors and ancestresses, as well as current UU members who favor the sixth source of our Living Tradition, the earth-centered traditions which celebrate the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in harmony with the rhythms of nature.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Making Choices

March 7 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

Olympia Brown was a Universalist minister. Her ordination in 1863 made her the first woman in this country to be ordained by any denomination. She made some tough choices along the way. On the eve of International Women’s Day we honor her story and the stories of all women who live their values in the world.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – What does it mean to be Unitarian Universalist?

February 28 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Strecker, Interim Minister

This special morning will include an abbreviated service followed by an opportunity to share values in small groups. This is an important step in helping set a course for Northshore Church’s future.

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – What does it mean to be Unitarian Universalist?

February 21 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Strecker, Interim Minister

Unitarian Universalist identity is often cast in terms of individual freedom and the individual’s right of conscience. But what anchors us? Where is our common ground? What are the values we share, and what does it mean to live into those values with intention?

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This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Side with Love Sunday

February 14 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Unitarian Universalist voices from across the country

What if to “side with love” meant making bold, faith-full choices? What if it were even a little bit scary? This worship service brings together sterling worship leaders and musicians from across the country to offer hopeful, moving, challenging reminders about what we as Unitarian Universalists are called to do and BE in the world.

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