Welcome to the Unitarian-Universalist of Norwich online site. We invite you to take a look around, read, watch our videos, and learn about our community. If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, please contact us.
To check out our upcoming services, click the link 'Speakers & Topics' on the right.
Feel free to visit us any Sunday - We'd love to have you!
The 2016 - 2017 Worship season begins on Sunday, September 11, 2016 at 10 am. We will meet in our normal space, on the lower floor of United Congregational Church. Visitors and newcomers are welcome! Our first service is the Ingathering / Water Communion, where we combine water and stories from events and locations over the summer. We'll bring extra water just in case!
The Unitarian-Universalist Church of Norwich offers a variety of speakers and topics. Please visit our Speakers and Topics page for more information.
UUCN is located on the lower floor of the United Congregational Church at 87 Broadway. We are just across the street from the Norwich Town Hall.
Time of Service
Service begins at 10:00 am each Sunday and ends at approximately 11:00 am. You are also welcome to join us for coffee and snacks after the service.
Parking is available on either the lower or upper floor of the parking structure adjacent to the Church - access is easiest from the lower floor if you are
mobility-challenged, or via the street-side parking near the traffic light, just prior to City Hall.
What to wear to services
We are not overly formal - most people wear what's comfortable for them and what works for the current weather conditions. If you grew up having to get
"dressed up" for church and are comfortable with that, by all means dress up! Most people attend church in 'business casual' clothing.
The Unitarian-Universalist Church of Norwich is a spiritually inspired urban community of caring people. We derive strength from our diversity; we work for human dignity everywhere; and we provide a strong voice for social justice in the greater Norwich area. None of us has final answers to the central questions of life, but we are committed to the process of seeking truth and meaning.
We inquire and worship together, learn through respectful religious dialog, and draw upon the spiritual wisdom of every tradition, from every corner of the globe.
Please take a moment to read about, our Principles and Purposes.