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Holidays Evening Prayer & Meditation at FUSS
FUSS will open its doors for "Vesper" services on Wednesday evenings between 6-7:30pm through the month of December, starting on the 5th and concluding on the 19th. Vespers are short services which allow time for reflection and regrouping during the busy holiday season. The church is on Bridge Street, near Salem's commuter rail station. All are welcome.
(FUSS welcomes visitors and members without regard to race, color, sex, disability, affectional or sexual orientation, age, or national origin and without requiring adherence to any particular interpretation of religion or to any particular religious belief or creed.)
More About First Universalist Society of Salem
Situated in downtown Salem across from the Salem T train station, is the First Universalist Society of Salem, founded in 1805. The building itself follows the tradition of classic Federal architecture and houses a historic Hutchings organ from 1888.
The church is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations "which does not require a commitment to a specific creed or school of thought, which enables us to embrace people of all faiths and those who seek community but consider themselves agnostic or atheist."
Worship is conducted every Sunday, and from early September to the middle of June services and children's religious education classes start at 10:45pm. Summer services are held in June and July at 10am at First Unversalist and in August at First Church on Essex Street. Child care is offered during worship only.
Other events here
- Salem Scottish Country Dancers Weekly on Thursdays, 7:30 pm