Although a pandemic may separate us physically, it need not sever us from community. While we cannot be together in body at this time, we can be together in spirit. Let us then, set aside some time each Sunday to gather in spirit with one another and, through ritual and reflection, support one another by strengthening our resolve to remain faithful to our principles and maintain the bonds of community, friendship and love.
During this time while we can't be together, we are offering a Sunday Service for your use under the Alternative Sunday Worship to the left. We are also offering an interactive Sunday Service via ZOOM at 10:30 each Sunday. If you would like to participate and are not on our email list, please send your email address to our Office Assistant Nina at the email address given below.
A fellowship of seekers after truth, bound by no dogma, restricted by no creed.
Our mission is to support and promote the principles of Unitarian Universalism. By nurturing spirituality, intellectual growth, diversity of belief, and our ties to one another, we seek to inspire lives of passion, compassion and community. We do this for ourselves and for the larger world.
HERE: We unite in an atmosphere of care and support to foster spiritual health and growth.
HERE: We focus on sharing our ideas and histories, with warmth, hope, loving friendship and an open mind.
HERE: We nurture stability for our daily lives and seek motivation to reach out to the larger community.
We acknowledge that our church is located on land that is the traditional territory of the Quaboag People and the Nipmuck Nation. We recognize that our church and our country was built on Indigenous land. We are inspired by the hills, waters and wildlife around us and acknowledge the legacy and stewardship of this land’s original inhabitants, who suffered great losses in the building of our country.
Welcome to "The Little Stone Church That Rocks!"
The Brookfield Unitarian Universalist Church is both a Welcoming Congregation and a Green Sanctuary.
We Are Unitarian Universalists
ATTENTION: Brookfield & East Brookfield Residents!
Brookfield Ecumenical Food Pantry is still Open!
(even during the covid-19 shut-down)
Every Wednesday and Saturday from 9 AM to 11 AM
St. Mary’s Catholic Church
4 Howard Street
(Corner of Lincoln St. & Howard St.)
Brookfield, MA 01506
(pantry is in the basement at the rear entrance near Howard Street)
Our volunteers will bring your groceries out to your car. Due to the Covid-19 crisis you can no longer enter the food pantry, but we are still here to provide whatever groceries we can to those in need.
President of the Congregation: Barbara Hale
Minister: Rev. Craig M. Nowak
Director of Religious Exploration: Cara Wales
Music Director: Lila M. Farrar
Office Assistant: Nina Ellison
Brookfield Unitarian Universalist Church
9 Upper River Street, On the Common
P.O. Box 386
Brookfield, Massachusetts 01506
Telephone (508) 867-5145
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