The Sanctuary Boston is a community of vibrant worship and real connection founded in 2012. We gather in worship twice monthly on Wednesday evenings, alternating between Boston and Cambridge. Whether you go to church on Sunday morning or light candles on Friday nights, whether you’ve been hurt by religion, saved by it, or some of both, whether you’re brand new to spiritual community, or a seasoned seeker, you are welcome.
The Sanctuary Boston welcomes people of all beliefs, ages, abilities, classes, cultures, races and ethnicities, sexual orientations and gender identities and expressions. Bring your whole self.
What we believe
At the Sanctuary Boston, we believe that everyone deserves to experience beloved community. We are a community grounded in Unitarian Universalism and open to seekers of all kinds.
Unitarian Universalism calls us to honor the sacredness in every person, find our own beliefs and spiritual path, and live out a belief in the interconnection of humanity and the earth through works of love and justice.
Our individual beliefs and practices may vary widely. We are humanists, theists, Christians, Buddhists, Jews, pagans, and mystics. In the end we don’t feel spiritual community is so much about what we “believe to be true,” but about how we should live and love and share the gift of our lives.