Priceless Fin De Siecle stained glass: Jesus & the children.

March 4th – Daring Difference – Rev. Carol Strecker (UU Church of Milford)

The Reverend Dr. William Barber’s Moral Movement is grounded in a common sense of morality that crosses boundaries of religion, ethnicity, class — even political party.  What is our Moral Imperative as Unitarian Universalists?  Are we called to give it a stronger voice in the public square — to stand together with others who share our values in the service of the most vulnerable among us?


March 11th  – Trans People and the Cornerstones of Unitarian Universalism- Grace Alden

Grace is a retired corporal from the Lebanon, NH police department.  She will be talking about her experiences as a transgender woman.  Grace is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Upper Valley in Norwich, Vermont, where her spouse, Sparrow J. Alden, is the DRE.

March 18th  –  (choir) Music Sunday: Hooked on Classics – Worship and Music Committee

Last year, Worship and Music promised our accompanist, Gary Finger, that if we featured jazz (not his favorite genre of music) we would feature classical music this year.  We are honoring our promise.  Please join Luc, Gary and the choir for a morning of classical music.  You may even get to hear Gary play a piece by one of his favorite composers.

March 25th –  TBD – Rev. Patrick McLaughlin


You are welcome here.

We are open to all, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, or religious beliefs.  We expect only that you respect the principles that we as a congregation choose to affirm together, such as the inherent worth and dignity of every person; a commitment to justice, equity, and compassion in human relations; and a firm devotion to every individual’s right and obligation to engage in a free and responsible search for truth.

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Accessibility & Assistance

Our building is wheelchair accessible through the main entrance on Union Street.  We have assistive listening devices and large print hymnals available for use during services.  Please ask for them! If you need assistance, please ask an usher.

Children are welcome, and childcare is available for most services.  (Please call our office at 603-625-6854 to confirm availability, or contact our office administrator through the contact form at the bottom of the page.) Refreshments are served after the service.

UU Manchester

669 Union Street
Manchester, NH 03104


Church Office Hours:
Tues – Fri: 8:30 am – 1:30 pm

Rev. McLaughlin’s Hours:
Tues: 1:00 – 6:00
Weds: 9:00 – 12:30
Thurs:  10:30 – 3:00
(other hours available by appointment)