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Where hope lives in Boston

We're a multisite United Methodist congregation in Boston committed to love and liberation.

For over 200 years, Union has been committed to Christian love, social justice, and radical hospitality. We are a family of believers from all walks of life: Black, Brown, white, Latinx, Asian, and indigenous; young and seasoned; economically stable and struggling; transgender and cisgender; with and without disabilities; straight, gay, lesbian, queer, and allies; lifetime Christians, new beginners, skeptics, and seekers. Here at Union, you're family!

Our story

Over 200 years of ministry in Boston—and still growing.

Our staff

A reconciling United Methodist church

 The Union Combined Parish is a church of the New England Conference of The United Methodist Church, a worldwide denomination making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. In 2000, we became the first historically Black church to join the Reconciling Ministries Network, dedicated to the full participation of LGBTQ+ people in the life and leadership of our church and denomination.

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