Union Church

Peace and presence by the sea…

Union Church is an interdenominational Christian church that welcomes those who wish to journey with us as we seek to receive and follow God’s sacred spirit and the ethical teachings of Jesus Christ. We are an evolving community of faith that seeks to reflect the love and compassion of God through our conduct. We follow the teaching of Jesus to love God, neighbor, and self. We have reverence for Earth and all living creatures. We are a worshiping community that gathers to give thanks and to celebrate the Holy Presence of God in all things. We welcome all visitors.

Worship Service is at 9:30am June through September, 10:00am October through May.

 

Dear Friends,During this time of crisis in our nation and across the globe, we gather in spirit, if not in person, as we pray for all who are affected at this time. Our hearts go out to those who are seriously ill and to those who have lost loved ones because of the Coronavirus. For the present time, we have suspended all of our Services until we are confident that the crisis has passed.

We continue to pray for one another and for all those who are caring for the sick and dying, for friends and family who are sick, and for all those suffering because of this difficult crisis.

I send words of comfort and peace to all. We are in this together and the God of love, of compassion, and of comfort is walking with us at this time. May the deep peace of Christ be with you and all those you love in the days ahead. May you find ways to care for yourself and to reach out to neighbors and loved ones as we support one another in love and faith.

Blessings and peace,
Paula
Rev. Paula Norbert
Pastor, Union Church

Worship Service to read and enjoy from home.

Sunday, May 31 Service

Sunday, May 24 Service

Sunday, May 17 Service

Sunday, May 10 Service

Sunday, May 3 Service

Sunday, April 26 Service

Sunday, April 19 Service

Easter Sunday, April 12 Service

Maundy Thursday, April 9 Service

Sunday, April 5th Service

Sunday, March 29th Service

Sunday, March 22nd Service


 

Union Church

Union Church of Biddeford Pool
Biddeford Pool, Maine
Newsletter
Spring 2020

 


Dear Friends of Union Church,

I am so happy to share a wonderful video, Homebound 2020, with all of you this day. We are deeply grateful to our own Nancy Bernier for hours of work in editing and arranging this wonderful video of our church community. This is truly a gift to all of us and we are thankful to all of you who shared photos and videos that we might include. Thank you also to our fabulous musicians, Michelle Currie and Jenny Comeau, for the music they shared here. I hope this may remind us of how truly blessed we are and how connected we feel even when we are apart.

Blessings and peace,
Paula


Latest News and Announcements:

 

Now is the Time to Show Our Community Love and Support

During the Great Pause of 2020, the people from three towns, one community bordering the windswept Maine seashore stepped up to support each other, showing courage, ingenuity, and compassion. This video honors the heroes and helpers – for whom we have never been more grateful. Thank you, Arundel, Kennebunk, and Kennebunkport.

E-Newsletters

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The Sunday Bulletins

“For those not able to always attend Union Church on Sunday the Order of Worship Bulletin and announcements can be read here….”

Marjorie Jamback Tribute

Union Church Lost a Family Member

On December 4th a dear friend of Union Church, Marjorie Jamback, died suddenly at the age of 86. Four years ago she gave this sermon in church…

The Skit – High Hopes

On August 26th Nancy Bancroft presided at our Sunday worship using the theme of hope.  Members of the congregation helped with the ministry to children in a skit–High Hopes. Michelle Currie led the congregation in singing the old standard while Bob Sherman, as rubber tree, Nancy Bernier as ant, Chris Sorrentino as dam and Anne…