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.


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

At 10:00am – come join us!  “Sufi Spirituality” is the topic on July 31st. To help those who are in search for their own truth and meaning in this life, we’ll look at the wisdom and teachings of Sufism, the ecstatic mystics of Islam. If you’ve encountered any of Rumi’s work, then you’ve already experienced some of the joyful spirituality that Sufism has to offer. We’ll also look at the modern-day, international Universal Sufism movement which is becoming available in North America. Childcare is available.

Upcoming at UUCN

General Assembly (GA) Comes to Nashua! This series of evening programs will run from 7-9pm in the Chapel on the dates listed below.  The doors to the Chapel are located off of the Grove Street parking lot, behind the White Wing building. To read more about GA, click here.

Wednesday, July 27: Ware Lecture
Join us to watch and discuss the Ware Lecture given by Krista Tippett at this year’s General Assembly.

Thursday, August 4: Sunday Morning Worship at GA
Ever wonder what a UU revival would be like? Imagine fantastic music and a powerfully moving sermon. Now imagine that it takes place with 4000+ other UUs. Come experience this on a smaller scale as we watch and listen to selections from Sunday worship at this year’s GA.

Wednesday, August 10: Racial Justice GA-style
Racial Justice was the issue that most dominated GA 2016 with talks, workshops, and debates about race running through its entirety. From Reverend William Barber’s “electric” talk in the Opening Ceremony, to Youth Caucus leaders of color taking the stage at the final GA session, race was ever present. In this session, we’ll watch some highlights from GA, share reactions, and speak about racial justice.

Wednesday, August 17: The Contentious Side of GA
At General Assembly this year, delegates voted down a business resolution calling upon the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) to divest from and refrain from purchasing stock in five corporations that profit from the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Rev. Allison will share portions of the debate and lead-up to the vote and lead a conversation on divestment and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

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