North Parish North Andover, in North Andover’s Old Center of town, is a vital, growing Unitarian Universalist congregation with a rich history and welcoming spirit. We welcome all visitors and seekers, and invite you to visit us on a Sunday morning or for any of the many community events we hold.
The town of (Andover) was centered in what is now North Andover, but the spread of settlement south and west of the old town center created much conflict in the early years about the location of the parish church. In 1709, the matter was brought to the General Court, which set aside two parish churches, north and south. The parishes grew apart as the years went on, and in 1855 the North parish (ironically, the original parish) separated from the south and was incorporated as North Andover.