The Unitarian Universalist Church of Manchester is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). Unitarian Universalism is a liberal religion that emerged from a Jewish-Christian heritage. Our members hold a wide variety of theological views ranging from liberal Christianity to Humanism to Earth-Based spiritual practices.
At our Unitarian Universalist congregation, you will find a group of people that celebrate uniqueness, respect diverse beliefs, honor reason, voices, and share concerns. If that is what you are seeking, you’ve been looking for the Unitarian Universalist church. Here you can affirm your faith, seek answers to spiritual questions, share joy, ease grief, deepen friendships, broaden your vision, and find a community to work with to increase peace and justice for all people.
We are a UUA-designated Welcoming Congregation embracing LGBTQ-identified individuals equally in all aspects of our spiritual community as members, leaders, and teachers. We outreach to the LGBTQ community through our programs as well as making our space available to community groups for meetings and events.
Unitarian Universalists are currently engaged in an effort to better understand the perspectives, the voices, and the leadership of the Black lives of Unitarian Universalists. We strive to take the lead as a faith denomination in addressing our history of upholding white supremacy. Members of UU Manchester support the belief that we can collectively work to dismantle racism and amend a long broken promise to the Black Lives within Unitarian Universalism. We support the Black Lives Matter UU (BLUU) Organizing Collective.