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Building Community through programs, gatherings and service.
Working for Justice through volunteering and advocacy.

Unitarian Universalists value a “free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” Our Religious Education program provides a framework for children as they begin their path of lifespan faith development with a wide range of religious and philosophical traditions. Visit our new Chalice Clubhouse or contact (860) 233-9897 Annie Witzler with questions about our Religious Education Program.

Masks are optional at the present time for all fully vaccinated members, friends, and guests. Join us for worship in person or online every Sunday at 10:00a.m!

In person:   We strongly recommend attendees be fully vaccinated (two shots plus a boost in most cases).

Worship services start at 10:00a.m. Whenever, and however, you come, we’ll be happy to see you! 

Online:  Online services are still available. We would love to see you.

Coffee hour:  An informal coffee and connection hour will take place in Fellowship Hall immediately after the service.   Zoom coffee hour is also available.


When & Where

(860) 233-9897
50 Bloomfield Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105
Bus Routes:
56, 58, and 153

Office Hours:
Sunday through Thursday 9:00am to 2:00pm.

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This Day in UU History

  • This Day in Unitarian Universalist History August 19

    1839 – Aaron Bancroft, a Unitarian Christian minister and the first president of the American Unitarian Association, died at age 84. Despite a Calvinist upbringing, he decided on liberal ministry and was invited to candidate at First Parish (Unitarian) in Worcester, Massachusetts, where he failed to secure sufficient votes. The liberal minority withdrew to worship under his care at the Second Congregational Church in Worcester. Bancroft was a champion of Unitarian Christianity and religious liberty. He also wrote The Life of Washington (1807). Read more about Aaron Bancroft at: - the digital library of Unitarian Universalism.The post August 19 first appeared on Harvard Square Library.


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