Are you curious about North Parish or Unitarian Universalism? We’d love to introduce ourselves.
North Parish is a vital, growing, regional Unitarian Universalist congregation serving members from urban, suburban and rural Merrimack Valley communities. We are a congregation approximately 600 people strong– with about 350 adult members, 140 children and youth, as well as a number of newcomers and friends. Click here to read members’ thoughts on What North Parish Means to Me.
In the Unitarian Universalist tradition, we draw upon many sources for strength and inspiration, include a range of theological positions, and believe in freedom of conscience. We have no creed or dogma, but we do have deep personal convictions. Through our ethical principles and our actions, we affirm the power of compassion and love, respect for the interdependent web of life, and the worth and dignity of every person.
Located in the Old Center of North Andover and founded in 1645, North Parish has a rich history and welcoming spirit. We invite you to visit us on a Sunday morning or for any of our many programs or
community events. Click here to learn What Visitors Can Expect.
All are welcome!