Worship Calendar


As our guest the next four months the sabbatical Worship Leaders are not being asked to use the Soul Matters theme of the month unless they use it in their home congregations. But even if they have something else in mind, that shouldn’t stop you from thinking and talking about this month’s theme of “Love” and being more loving in your own lives.  You can watch our services on YouTube at this link. ~Rev. Michael

April 2, 2023: Reflections on Leadership

(Rev Dr. Patience Stoddard)

April 9, 2023: Dawning Light

(Rev. Sarah Person) What is struggling to break ground in your life this spring morning? Did you want to pull the covers back over your head? Or are you ready to enjoy the freedom to imagine what your life could be? We dedicate this time of year to the unexpected grace of possibilities. Rev. Sarah Person is a recently retired Minister Emerita from the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Middleborough.

April 16, 2023: Earth Day Service

(Debra Zagaeski, Carole Mills and Deb McLay)

April 23, 2023: What America Needs

(Rev. Linda Barnes) What America needs, proports Zeeshan Alee in an MSNBC Opinion piece, is a new kind of atheism. On this Sunday, we’ll explore not only our relationship with atheism, but how the big umbrella of Unitarian Universalism can model community, grow love, and contemplate big questions of human existence, atheist or not.

Rev. Linda is the minister at Starr King UU Fellowship in Plymouth, NH. She has been fortunate, in her life and experience, to call herself a biologist, a teacher, a minister, a mother and forest wanderer.

April 30, 2023: On Change: Resistance is Futile

(Rev. Aaron Payson) Joseph B. Wirthlin writes, “Those who stand at the threshold of life always waiting for the right time to change are like the person who stands at the bank of a river waiting for the water to pass so they can cross on dry land.” This Sunday we will explore the concept of “change” as a spiritual challenge and discipline. Join us as we strive to understand more deeply the role change plays in the quest to live more deeply.

Rev. Aaron Payson is the Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Worcester, where he has served since 1999.

Our Principles as we Reopen:

Safety ~ Choice ~ Inclusivity ~ Flexibility

Watch Virtual ServiceSafety is our overriding concern. Our newly purchased audiovisual equipment makes it possible to have multiplatform/hybrid worship services that can be watched at home. Thus, those of us who are at higher risk of getting COVID-19, whether due to not being vaccinated or because of having a health condition that makes vaccination less effective, can still attend services, virtually. Our concurrent streaming to YouTube makes it possible for those of us who have other reasons to not attend services in person to attend online.

Although the CDC has basically stated that all activities are safe for those who have been fully vaccinated (provided that they do not have compromised immune systems), the UUA, in its emphasis on inclusivity, has set forth guidelines with the assumptions that not everyone has a healthy immune system and that not everyone is vaccinated (especially given that children under age 12 are not yet approved for vaccination). Thus, the UUA recommends use of masks at worship services, also spacing. Smaller groups (ideally fully vaccinated) may meet without masks, but all group members should be willing and ready to wear a mask at the request of any member of the group. As eating and drinking together inside in large groups is not possible to do while masked, and is a relatively high-risk activity, there will be no coffee hour for the time being—at least not indoors.

With the following rules, attending activities at KUUC will be at least as safe as entering other indoor spaces that are used by the general public.

To receive links to our livestream weekly worship on YouTube, to join us on Zoom for our virtual Coffee Hour, to receive our monthly bulletin and other email ministries contact Rev. Michael F. Hall at .

KUUC is a Welcoming Congregation & a Green Sanctuary.

Worship: 10:00 AM Sunday Mornings

The service will be live-streamed on YouTube at 10:00 Sunday Mornings. KUUC is a Welcoming congregation.

Contact Sue Walthour, Office Manager
email:  / phone: (603) 352-1719

To inquire about facility rental, contact Sue Walthour, Office Manager
email:  / phone: (603) 352-1719

Anyone wishing to contact the Office Manager should send an email to and your message will be returned within 24 hours.

Mailing Address:
Keene Unitarian Universalist Church,
69 Washington Street, Keene, NH 03431

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