Our Church


Are you looking for a religious home where everyone is welcome; where emphasis is put on personal responsibility rather than on sin and guilt, where your joys and concerns are shared and where your friendships are deepened? Come grow with us in the liberal religious tradition that respects ideas, values, diversity, and encourages the exploration of spirituality and life’s meaning.

Our Mission

We are the Unitarian-Universalist Church of Nashua, NH. We seek to provide an accepting community and spiritual haven in a changing world. Our mission is to engage people in a search for truth and meaning within a supportive liberal religious community that encourages personal/spiritual growth, embraces diversity, and promotes social justice.

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

  • Upcoming at UUCN

    Here is snapshot of what’s coming up this week.  Be sure to check the full calendar so you don’t miss out!

UUCN Current News

UUCN Seeks a Bookkeeper

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashua, NH seeks a part-time Bookkeeper to accurately and efficiently manage the church finances. The Bookkeeper will track income and expenses, process payments and compile reports. UUCN is a congregation of 250+ members, with a current staff team of 6.

For a full job description and instructions on how to apply, click here.

Check out the newest page addition to UUCN!


Color My World is a new group meeting once per month beginning in November.  One of the hottest trends today ColorMyWorldis adult coloring and UUCN will be host to this great relaxing public event meeting once per month.  This is open to the public, so invite your friends and family to this 18+ meditative time.


The page is located on the menu under Get Connected.  Select the Color My World link above to check out this meditative, relaxing group.  Hope to see you there!


No Child Deserves a Trash Bag


twr-n-bearFor the last couple of months, UUCN has been working toward a project that will culminate on Sunday, October 25.  The project is called Sweet Cases.  Sweet Cases are duffel bags for children entering foster care so they will have respectful way to transport their personal items as they transition to a new environment.  Traditionally these children would be given trash bags to transport their personal items.  UUCN and Together We Rise, the creator of this program, feel that a duffel bag is more appropriate than a trash bag for the children to use.


Through the generous donations of our congregation, we will be able to donate 100 Sweet Cases to the Division ofNoChildTrashbag Children, Youth and Families to distribute to foster children.  To make the Sweet Cases even more special, on Sunday, October 25 members of the church will be able to decorate the outside of the Sweet Cases and/or write a note.


During the church service, this will be an AREA (alternative religious education activity) project for our children and after the church service the adults are welcome join in and use their creative talents.  Stencils will be provided for those who are insecure about their artistic ability.  Note cards will be available for thoughts of encouragement and well wishes.  Sample wording will be available for anyone with writer’s block.


Please join us on Sunday, October 25 to help us finish this project in the best possible UUCN way.


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New Sign Installed at UUCN


The sign project began on October 23, 2012 with an email from our then Interim Minister, Olivia Holmes. OliviaSAM_0137 expressed concerns about the wording of the sign and its visibility. Olivia emailed both the Property and PR Committees, but it was decided that this was a Public Relations responsibility. The original sign was done by Marshall Signs, so a meeting was arranged with Carl Marshall. He met with Sherri Woolsey, Olivia Holmes and Bill Kennedy. Designs were submitted and the one you see today is the final choice.



The project was an expensive one and the Public Relations (PR) Committee had a limited budget. Fortunately, they learned that the Unitarian-Universalist Church of Nashua had a special sign fund called the Slanetz Fund and they were able to tap into that for the entire cost of the project ($5,285)  After the design was chosen and the funds allocated, they next had to go through Nashua city bureaucracy. Approvals were needed from the Historic District Commission, the Planning Department, and the ZBA (Zoning Board of Adjustment). Bill met with all of them to get the needed approvals, including the required variance.




Our contractor moved slowly, for various reasons, including a very harsh winter and needing a custom made third granite pillar, however, the project is now 99% complete. The final step will be to run power from the church to the sign so we can have our new sign lit up at night with LED lighting.

Thanks to Bill and those involved for their efforts on this great project!


Detail provided by Bill Kennedy