Church of the Presidents
A member of the Unitarian Universalist
Association of Congregations
Our Office will be closed next week on the following days
Wednesday, January 15th
Friday, January 17th
Monday, January 20th
Thank you for your understanding!
Rev. Rebecca Froom
In 1963 eight white clergymen wrote a public letter to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King titled a “A Call for Unity,” in which they affirm the need to look honestly at racial tension but condemn the strategies of the civil rights movement as “unwise and untimely.” This letter from white moderates inspired Dr. King’s famous “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” where Dr. King speaks viscerally about the realities of racism, and the necessity of the civil rights moment and its strategies of nonviolent civil disobedience, which have clearly made his white colleagues uncomfortable. Looking from the past to the present, this service reflects on how discomfort can become a tool and teacher in our work for justice.
Rev. Rebecca Froom
In this service we reflect on integrity and our Unitarian Universalist faith tradition. How are we being called – as a people – to best live out the principles and practices of our faith in this moment in history? On this Sunday we also introduce Rev. Beau Rivers to the congregation; Rev. Beau will serve as our Sabbatical Minister from March 1 – August 23, 2020.
1306 Hancock Street, Quincy, Massachusetts 02169, United States
08:00 am – 01:00 pm
Services are every Sunday at 10:30am
Daily Tours: 2019 Season - We are closed for regular visits for the 2019 season - Thank you for visiting us this year!
The History and Visitors Program tours will be open from Saturday April 13th through Monday November 11th.
Please see our Visitors Program page for more info.
Monday - Saturday: 11am - 4pm
Sundays: 12pm - 4pm
We are wheelchair accessible! We have an access ramp and automatic door opening system that allows folks to enter our building safely. We have an elevator available for visitors to allow our differently-abled visitors to reach all levels of the building, including our crypts. We also have a wheelchair available for use on-site if you find yourselves needing one after you arrive.
We also have an ADA-accessible restroom available to all visitors for our visitors program or those who come to our services on Sunday.