Worship at Arlington Street this Summer
Every Sunday through Labor Day, a different member of the Arlington Street community will be preaching, while Rev. Kim, Mark, and Laura Evonne are away on summer break. Should you
need a minister over the summer, please call the church office at 617-536-7050. The admin staff is always here for you; Jeffrey, and Brad are glad to help! Happy summer, one and all! Click here to see our summer line up.
During summer, life at Arlington Street Church slows down and Inside Arlington Street Church is published in this leaner format. Until Homecoming Sunday Service on September 13th, the best way to stay informed on all of the church's activities is to click on "Calendar." Jeff Bouchard, our facilities manager, keeps it current.
Speaking on Sunday, August 2nd
More Light and Less Noise ~ Joanna Lubkin
Joanna Lubkin is a candidate for the Unitarian Universalist ministry, a leader at The Sanctuary Boston, and has been an active member of Arlington Street Church's choir since 2011. Beginning this fall, Joanna will be the UU Chaplain at Wellesley College. Find out more.
Speaking on Sunday, August 9th
Grace Has No Waiting Period ~ Robert Holley
The Campaign to Restore the Tiffany Stained Glass Windows
It's Covenant Renewal Season! Have You Pledged Yet?
Meditation in Everyday Life
Mondays, September 28-October 26th, 6-8pm, Hunnewell Chapel
Kundalini Yoga Class
Every Wednesday ~ 6:00 pm, Clarke Room
Animal Issues Group
CRE on Sundays
During the summer season at Arlington Street Church, Unitarian Universalist, there is no formal Children's Religious Education program. Arlington Street youth and adult volunteers will be here to care for elementary-aged children during the service. Check out CRE to learn more.
Children's Religious Education Wants You!
Would you enjoy assisting behind the scenes, sharing a story or your spiritual practice, going on a field trip, leading a sex ed class, holding babies, building with legos, or digging in the dirt! If the answer is yes, please contact Laura or Erica for more information!
CRE Is on Facebook!
Check out the CRE Facebook page to see what we're up to!
ASC's Children's Religious Education Blog
Check out the CRE blog to see what's coming up and what we've been doing lately.
View ASC's Children's Religious Education Calendar
Check out the CRE calendar to see what's coming up!
For more information about the following listings, please visit Music@ASC.
Join the Arlington Street Choir !
Every Thursday, starting after Labor Day ~ 7:00 pm, Clarke Room
Experience the spiritual practice of communal singing! Take just a couple of hours out of your week to create something beautiful, make friends, and add more music to your life! Musicians and non-musicians are welcome—we are a mix of professionals and amateurs.
If you are new to Unitarian Universalism,
“Voices of a Liberal Faith — Unitarian Universalists”
is a great introduction. Click here to watch
this ten minute video!
The Arlington Street public transit station re-opened in June 2009 and now provides handicapped access from the transit station to street level via elevators and/or a ramp. A separate part of the MBTA project created a wheelchair ramp leading from street level on Boylston Street to the church office door.
Handicapped access to the Sanctuary on Arlington Street is provided by a ramp on Arlington Street which leads to an entrance to the Sanctuary.
During worship services, and other special events, FM amplification headsets can be provided upon request. Braille hymnals are also available for Sunday services, as well as a large print version of the hymnal and each week’s order of service. Please ask an usher for assistance.
Arlington Street Church has a wheelchair accessible restroom immediately adjacent to the Sanctuary.
Join us for worship this Sunday! The Sermon by Joanna Lubkin is "More Light and Less Noise."
All are welcome!
Enter through the
Great Doors at
25 Arlington Street, Boston
The season of Covenant Renewal here at Arlington Street is the time when we renew our covenant with our beloved spiritual community and pledge gifts of love, service, and financial support to this place and to our work in the world.
This year's Covenant Renewal theme is #IamASC. Here's what some Arlington Street members and friends are saying!
We invite you to visit the Worship Archives. You can either read or listen to sermons.
Clearing the Spiritual Path
[June 14, 2015]
Children's Letters to G*d
[June 7, 2015]
Prayer for Atheists
[May 24, 2015]
Click to open in iTunes.
These podcasts are made possible by the generosity of the congregation of Arlington Street Church. Please consider making a donation to help spread the word and further the work of Arlington Street Church in the world. If you click on the Donate button, you will be taken to our verified and secure PayPal account.
Thank you for your support!
Welcome to Arlington Street Church, gathered in love and service for justice and peace. We're so glad you found us! Unitarian Universalists believe that personal experience, conscience, and reason are the final authorities in religion. Instead of subscribing to a single religious creed or doctrine, we keep an open mind to the religious questions people have struggled with in all times and places, and we honor a diversity of answers. Join us! All are welcome!
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Candles can be submitted online by Arlington Street Church members and friends and will be included in our weekly Candles of Sorrow & Joy ritual during the Sunday morning worship service.
Click here to fill out an online Candle Card.
Arlington Street Church offers tours of our historic church for Coming of Age programs, heritage tours, religious education programs, and other interested parties.