The schedule for our Easter week services can be found here.
Stratford Street United Church Welcomes Rev. Abigail Henrich as SSUC’s New Pastor
After helping out as frequent guest preacher over past six months, we are pleased to announce that effective 1/1/17, Rev. Abigail A. Henrich (“Abby”) has agreed to become the new Pastor of the Stratford Street United Church. In her short time with us, Abby has brought a positive energy to the church that is palpable, has inspired us with her wonderful sermons, and is frankly just a wonderful human being. The SSUC welcomes Abby with open arms and hearts and we hope that you'll join us on Sundays to be inspired.
Who We Are
Stratford Street United Church is a Christian community that tries to make a positive difference in the world by helping those in need. Whether those in need are homeless, elderly, veterans, hungry, or just in need of a helping hand, we use our resources of people, connections, and money to improve their lives. We consider ourselves “modern day barn-raisers.” There’s not a lot of barn raising going on in the greater Boston area anymore, but that doesn’t mean that we can't help others. We try our best to follow the path that Jesus laid out for us, which is to love our neighbors as he loved us. And no matter where you are on life’s journey, come and join us! You are welcome here!
News and Happenings
- UPCOMING: April's Food Pantry hours: 4/8 from 2-4PM and 4/11 from 11-1 PM
- Join us for a 6 meeting Lenten Study on Race. March 21, 28, and April 4, 11 from 7:00 - 8:30PM
at Stratford Street Church, 77 Stratford Street, West Roxbury. For more information, click here.
- New food pantry opens in West Roxbury. (The Bulletin, 6/8/16)
The Stratford Street United Church is...
Stratford Street United Church is a Christian church, where we believe that God did not put us on this Earth to be ordinary.
...a Food Pantry
Each Sunday, when our church worship ends, our service is only beginning. See how church members and others in the community help those in need.
We are very active in the Greater Boston community, but the community of the church itself is what makes the Stratford Street United Church feel like home.