Do religious congregations make you think “hierarchy”? Think again! Unitarian Universalist congregations are self-governing. All members have a vote in congregational meetings. Votes include issues such as the direction of the congregation, the annual budget and the election of Board members and officers. Members also vote to “call” a minister after being presented with a candidate by a Search Committee. In the past, North Parish members have voted to become a:

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UUA Green Sanctuary
– UUA Fair Share Congregation – Mass Bay District
– UUA Fair Share Congregation – National
– UUA Fair Compensation Congregation
UUA Teaching Congregation for Ministerial Interns, and
– Fully Accessible Congregation by 2016. (For our current level of accessibility, click here.)

Click here to download the Current By Laws.
Click here to download the Request for Reimbursement of Expenses.
For a list of our current lay leaders, please click here.