Welcoming. Caring.
Faith. Community.

The UU Church of Haverhill is an open and vibrant church serving Haverhill, the Merrimack Valley and southern New Hampshire. We are known for inspiring and openhearted worship, friendly people, and being a force for good in the wider community.

Rooted in the progressive Protestant tradition, we take inspiration from many sources. We are people looking to live deeper lives, and to help heal and bless our world. We are a Welcoming Congregation, which means we fully welcome GBLTQ folks into the church and our leadership. If you are seeking more connection, more meaning, and more purpose in your life, then please visit us!

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This Sunday, December 16, at 10:30 am, “Incarnation: All the Feels,” Rev. Frank Clarkson preaching

“It’s coming on Christmas,” as Joni Mitchell sings, and it’s a good time to explore the theology behind the story of Jesus’ birth. It’s called the incarnation, which means embodied, in the flesh: God not out there somewhere, but here, with us and in us. This embodied life is messy and risky, sometimes painful, and oh, so sweet. And incarnation theology is more radical and liberating than you might imagine. We hope you’ll bring your body to church this Sunday and be part of it all!

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