Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Salem
10:30 Sunday Service
ASL interpretating available
10:30 Sunday School/Religious Exploration
for elementary - high school ages
Child care for infants - age 2
11:45 Fellowship Hour
Rev. Richard R. Davis, Minister
Where to Find Us:
We are a vibrant, spirited congregation of caring souls
Are you looking for a church with progressive and liberal religious views? Ours is a tradition that recognizes and values the wisdom of many life affirming beliefs. We welcome you to explore and share your religious path with us. Please come visit us!
Our building is accessible to all. We offer hearing assist devices and ASL translators for the hearing-impaired.
We are a Welcoming Congregation that values diversity, and invites into the life of our religious community all those who support our purpose and principles, without regard to disability, age, ethnicity, race, or sexual orientation.
Welcome from our Minister, Reverend Rick Davis
Welcome to our free faith religious community where we strive “not to think alike but to love alike."
The vision of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Salem is to build a joyful home for free religious exploration where we nurture the hopes and serve the needs of our world.
Our mission is to provide a respectful home for intellectual, spiritual, and creative exploration, and to build a community of fellowship, caring and service that lights the flame of social action. Our sincere hope is that after visiting this website you will choose to visit us. We'd love to see you!
Next Sunday December 15, 2013
“What are we doing in Peru?”
Every year our Microfinance group reports to the Congregation about this part of our shared ministry to address global poverty. Come hear what we have accomplished, and what we are trying to do -- with everyone’s help! -- next.
Lennie Martin, Celebrant
Music: Roberta Westerberg
"Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life. While poverty persists, there is not true freedom."