Central to our ministry is our identity as a justice-seeking church. You don't have to be interested in church membership or are currently a member of our congregation. If you are a community person with no interest in "church" but a common interest in peace and justice, we invite you to join your strength to ours in this work.
We believe in human potential. We believe that we should be a resource in the community for children and adults to further their education and experience. In light of this our "Lowell Learns" ministry offers classes at either no cost or low cost.
Our building has a ministry. Not only is it an historical landmark, but it has a very present and living ministry to the community. Three congregations and many community groups call it home. And we are just getting started...
The children and youth ministry includes Sunday morning activities, high school youth group, mission trips and other activities for our youth. It also includes art and other activities for both our children and community children.
We are a people who believe that nurturing the inner spirit is essential to becoming who we are meant to be. We welcome seekers, theologians, agnostics and any and all other perspectives to join us in discovering the light within us all.