We are the Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashua, NH. We seek to provide an accepting community and spiritual haven in a changing world.

Are you looking for a religious home where everyone is welcome, which puts emphasis on personal responsibility rather than on sin and guilt, where your joys and concerns are shared, where your friendships are deepened?

Grow with us in the liberal religious tradition that respects ideas, values, diversity, and encourages the exploration of spirituality and life's meaning.

Sunday services are at 10:00am - come join us!

Upcoming (more on the calendar)

April 26

"Trusting the Seeds" presented by Meredith Olson, Interim Director of Lifespan Religious Education

May 9

Simple Gifts Coffee House presents Amy Black

The search committee joyously announces Rev. Allison Palm as candidate to be our next settled minister.

Ministerial Search

Sign up for candidating Week Events

The search committee joyously announces Rev. Allison Palm as our candidate to be our next settled minister!

See the Candidating Week Calendar , Sign Up to attend events, and Volunteer to help (via VolunteerSpot).

Read more about Allison and the plan for the coming weeks on the search committee's blog.

Job Opening - Interim DLRE

We're searching for a 1 or 2 year Interim Director of Lifespan Religious Education. Check here for details about the Director position and application instructions.

Stewardship: The 2015 Pledge Drive

Click to view the new video "If We Do More, We Can Be More!" at uunashua.info.

The 2015 Pledge Form is here. Please mail or bring your completed form to the church office. Thanks!

Community Dinners

Community Dinners are the third Sunday of each month. Please volunteer to help.
Volunteer to help at the Community Dinners

Be a Greeter

Step out of your comfort zone and offer a warm smile to members, visitors, and friends. Sign up to be a greeter today!
Signup to be a Greeter
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