Upcoming Services

At 10:00 am on Sundays, our worship service video will be here on the homepage of our website and it will be available anytime after that during the week. The video will also be available on the Eliot Chapel YouTube channel where you can find past services as well. The first Sunday of each month is a live service on Zoom, also livestreamed to YouTube.


In March, our worship will reflect a new experiment at Eliot Chapel, involving some of our staff, and a few of our members. For services in March, April and May, Rev. Barbara, Rev. Krista and Sarah found four people willing to engage in conversation on the monthly theme. The theme for March is "Commitment", so we asked questions like, "What is the commitment that most shaped you?" "What did your family teach you about 'responsibilities to the world'?" And "If someone were able to observe you for a month, what would they conclude is your most sacred vow?" We were moved by the humor, vulnerability and depth of these conversations. We hope that you will enjoy the services that emerge from them. We're excited!



Sunday, March 7

Our Commitment Legacies – Rev. Krista Taves 
All of us grew up watching those who raised us, seeing and being shaped by those things they considered to have ultimate value. How do these commitment legacies continue to shape us even as we make new choices?
This will be a live Zoom service, streamed to YouTube and shared on our website.


Sunday, March 14

Loved Into Being – Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray 

Join us for a celebration of commitment to our faith and our spiritual community. 


The Rev. Dr. Susan Frederick-Gray began her six-year term as president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) in June 2017. As president of the Association, she is responsible for administering staff and programs that serve its more than 1,000 member congregations. She also acts as principal spokesperson and minister-at-large for the UUA. Susan brings a strong focus on mission and strategic planning to her leadership at the UUA as it works to dismantle systems of white supremacy. Susan is a life-long Unitarian Universalist with roots at Eliot Unitarian Chapel.



Sunday, March 21

It’s No Sacrifice – Rev. Barbara H. Gadon

The pandemic requires more patience from us – more sacrifice of immediate pleasure and convenience for the health and well-being of the world than anything we’ve collectively seen in our lifetimes. What is the nature of sacrifice, and when should we make them?



Sunday, March 28

The Joy of Commitment – Rev. Barbara H. Gadon

There’s a difference between wanting and committing, and the path is filled with obstacles. What are the rewards? Where do we find joy in commitment?