Due to the Covid-19 Virus, our church is currently closed for services.  Our eyes and ears and our hearts and minds are not. 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.  The Rev. Karin Peterson is available for pastoral counseling.  The Board of Directors and various Committee Chairs and members are all available.

We are in anxious times, with rapidly changing information and circumstances.  We are developing other ways to connect.  Online services via ZOOM; small group check-ins, virtual coffee hours, and weekly devotional messages are some of the things we are working on.

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 Service – Roots

March 15 Service at 10:30 AM

Beth Beringer, Bob Gamer, Jan Lycette

It has been said that we live our lives forward in a blur of hectic schedules, but we understand our lives backward. Each of us has followed a unique path, encountering stumbling blocks and stepping stones to arrive here at the NSUU. Beth Beringer, Bob Gamer and Jan Lycette will share some of the memorable moments that have brought them to this beloved community.

This Sunday’s Service – Good Heavens

March 1 Service at 10:30 AM

Amy Shapiro-Kaznocha, M. Ed.

Astrologer Amy Shapiro-Kaznocha, M.Ed., will present her interpretation of Northshore Unitarian Universalist Church’s birth chart, which is calculated for October 29, 1967 at 3 PM. when the late Rev. Jack Mendelsohn delivered the dedication sermon. Amy will offer her insights into NSUU’s basic character and ongoing mission.

This Sunday’s Service – Perceptions of an Anxious Person

February 23 Service at 10:30 AM

Gary Nelson

My anxious life started in childhood as a result of my misinterpretation of ridicule by other children and the effects of growing up in alcoholic households. As a result of carrying these childhood traumas in adulthood, I hit an emotional bottom during my mid-twenties. On my road to recovery, I discovered one truth—the beliefs and perceptions about myself and others were the basis of my anxiety. In this talk I will discuss the work I have done to change my distorted thinking that has led to a happier and less anxious life.

This Sunday’s Service – Cultivating a Caring Community

February 9 Service at 10:30 AM

Claire Wilson

Unitarian Universalism has a long history of engaging in social issues. Our UU Seven Principles speak to our values of caring for and about others. And we recognize the need for self-care as a spiritual practice to prepare ourselves for service within our community. Claire Wilson, MSW, Pastoral Care Coordinator at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lynn, located in Swampscott, will offer some thoughts about cultivating a caring community.