Past Sermons

Isaiah 50-4

Sermon by Reverend Shirley Bowen September 12, 2021 50:4 The Lord GOD has given me the tongue of a teacher, that I may know how

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The Dignity of Labor

Our Gospel this Labor Day weekend is the story of the laborers in the vineyard; it explores a number of important ideas.  Hearing the story

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Healing Waters

John 5:1-18                New King James Version A Man Healed at the Pool of Bethesda 5 After this there was a feast of the Jews, and

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The Gift of Wonder

                                    Sermon July 25, 2021                                     The Gift of Wonder Job: 12:7-10 “But ask the animals, and they will teach you, or the birds

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Conscience Do Cost

Readings: Isaiah 6: 1-8; Matthew 9:35-38 By Rev. Dr. Nancy Parent Bancroft Have you ever watched the series The Wire, the American crime series broadcast by

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Spirit of Compassion

Spirit of Compassion                                                 June 27, 2021                                             Our theme for worship today invites us to consider the ways in which we

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Union Church periodically publishes a newsletter that highlights the church news and events, the writing or photographic talents of the church members and inspirational reflections for all to consider. These links take you to some of the many newsletters of recent years also captures the recent history of this church. All these dated newsletter links will let you enjoy the story that highlights much of the life that is Union Church of Biddeford Pool:

The archives of various important records of Union Church

At our June 18, 2017, semi-annual Meeting we approved a revision of the Union Church Constitution and also adopted a set of Policies and Procedures governing the operations of the Church.  These two documents are available for all to read here:

Union Church Constitution

Adopted June 18, 2017

In 2015 Union Church was faced with the need to find a new pastor after the retirement of long-serving Pastor Jan Hryniewicz. As a result, the leadership of the church decided a self-reflection and analysis process needed to be undertaking by the church family: