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Sunday Services

Unity Church of North Easton is located at 13 Main St. in North Easton, MA 02356.

Unless noted otherwise below, all Sunday services are held at 10:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary and followed by a social hour in the Parish Hall.  Childcare will be provided.

Remember, if you miss a service, but would like to listen to the sermon, you can find it here in our Recorded Sermons Archive

Services Schedule

Please be sure to regularly check this schedule for updates about the Sunday services. In the meantime, here is the list of dates and service leaders:

October Theme: Reverence

October 4: Jason Haven, preaching.

October 11: Come and join us at the Foxborough Universalist Church! "Melting Pot". Alison Flemming, preaching.

October 18: "Abusing Reverence: An Individual Perspective from the Eyes of a (Colored) Woman". Ilona Robbins, preaching.

October 25: “Crucial Conversations: Growing in Covenant”. Reverend Martha Neibanck, preaching. We are a promising people. We make promises, We keep promises. We break promises and we forgive and learn together. Our ancestors in this family of faith learned to practice the art of dialogue as a way to learn and promise together. We live in” interesting times” and our faith communities have the opportunity to intentionally practice crucial conversations on behalf of our future. We can  become a transformational community.

Reverend Martha Niebanck, Minister Emerita First Parish in Brookline

Martha has served the Doolittle Home, the Congregation of South County, RI, and the First Parish in Brookline. She created and convened the MBD Conflict Transformation Team and has led workshops in many of our UU Congregations. Prior to ordained ministry Martha worked with mothers and babies in an early intervention program as an occupational therapist. 

Martha is a lifelong learner: She is a graduate of Tufts, BU, Andover Newton, the Kantor Family Institute, the NE Neuro-linguistic Programming Institute, and the Harvard School of Education certification program for Immunity to Change Coaching. 

November Theme: Reason

November 1: "Beloved Dead". Katelyn Haven, preaching. Multi-generational.

November 8: "Trust, Even in Autumn". Reverend Eric Cherry, preaching.

Reverend Eric M. Cherry has been the Director of the Unitarian Universalist Association’s International Office since August 2007. In this position, Eric manages the UUA’s relationships with U/U and interfaith partners around the world, provides resources for congregational international engagement, and supervises the staff of the UU Holdeen India Program and UU United Nations Office. Prior to accepting this position Eric served for 12 years as a parish minister with UU congregations in Burlington, Iowa and North Easton, Massachusetts. Eric has long been involved in the UU Partner Church movement, serving as the English teacher for Unitarian Seminarians in Kolozsvár, Transylvania in 1998.

Other organizations that Eric has served in leadership roles with include the International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF), Religions for Peace (WCRP), local Habitat for Humanity affiliates, and the UU Massachusetts Action Network. Eric is a graduate of Earlham College (BA) and Meadville/Lombard Theological School (M.Div). He and his wife, Linda, make their home in Mansfield, Massachusetts.

November 15: Emerson Covenant Group, preaching.

November 22: "Thanksgiving". Deanna Greenstein, preaching. Multi-generational.

November 29: Come and join us at the Unitarian Church of Sharon!

December Theme: Spirituality

December 6: "Hanukkah / Holiday Festival". Deanna Greenstein, preaching. Multi-generational.

December 13: Ken Love, preaching.

December 20: "Christmas". Reverend Richard Trudeau, preaching.

December 24 at 4 p.m.: "Christmas Eve". Worship Committee, preaching. Multi-generational.

December 24 at 10 p.m.: "Christmas Eve". Reverend Ann Fox, preaching.

December 27: "Music Service". Music Committee, preaching. Multi-generational.

January Theme: Authority

January 3: Come and join us at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church of Canton!

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact one of us.

The Unity Church Worship Committee

Ken Love, Katelyn Haven, Kate Meneses, Cheryl Brigante, and Carol Heap


     Unity Church is handicapped accessible.

Where to park at Unity Church.


Severe Weather Policy: For the safety of our friends and members, in case of extreme weather conditions, please call the church office (508-238-6373) after 8:30 am on the day of the service for a message about whether the service has been cancelled.