First Time Visitors

Please Note:  In this time of Coronavirus, Sunday services will not be held in person until national, state and local leaders say it is safe to meet.   Our Board of Trustees and Minister will then make a decision regarding our Fellowship’s meetings and services. In the meantime, we meet on Zoom every Sunday at 10:30 AM, and stay in touch electronically and through phone calls with each other. If you would like a link to a Zoom service, email our Office Assistant at  We continue to support each other through this difficult period.  Find more information about our Pandemic Response here.

Everyone is welcome at the Unitarian Coastal Fellowship.  We are a recognized Welcoming Congregation striving for inclusion and creating spaces that honor every part of our identities, backgrounds, and experiences.  Read our congregation’s Welcoming Statement. Our building is designed to be accessible.

Unitarian Universalists are spiritually curious people for whom our religion is a journey, not a destination.  We recognize that people everywhere, throughout all human history, have asked the same “big questions”.  We look to a variety of sources for our own answers to those questions, honoring the wisdom in many traditions – religious and philosophical, sacred and secular.  We are bound by no creed, but are drawn together in celebration of the richness of our spiritual diversity.  Our religious growth and learning are ongoing, and they inform the ways we live our deepest values in the world.  If you hunger for a stimulating, supportive religious community, we welcome you to join us in searching and in celebration.

As you explore our website and learn about us, feel free to contact us with your questions.

We look forward to meeting you and helping you find what you need.

 [adapted from UU Church of Concord, NH ]