The Keene Unitarian Universalist Church (KUUC) is a Welcoming Congregation. The church offers a Sunday service at 10:00 a.m. with Religious Education Classes and Child Care also available at 10:00 a.m. A Social Hour in the Parish Hall follows each service.
We are located in Keene, just past the center of town, at 69 Washington Street. There is street parking only. Ramp entrance from Taylor Street.
Church Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Meet our Minister, Rev. Michael F. Hall
For more information you can call the office at
603-352-1719 x 0
View our Calendar and our upcoming KUUC Events and Cancellations .
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Visit our umbrella organization at the UUA website
Join us on Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM.
KUUC WORSHIP CALENDAR - MARCH 2015
March Hymn of the Month
#100 “I’ve Got Peace Like a River”
March 1: “AC/DC”
It is hard not to feel isolated in a society that is always expecting us to take sides: politically, religiously, socially and sexually. What do we do with our “both/and” feelings and beliefs in an “either/or” world? The Choir will lend its musical ministry to the morning and we will Share our Joys & Concerns as a community.
March 8: “Chaos, Stillness and Creative Inspiration”
Eckhart Tolle asks the question: "Is stillness just the absence of noise and content? No, it is intelligence itself — the underlying consciousness out of which every form is born.” We can find stillness in the midst of chaos, in the midst of our ordinary lives, and find creative inspiration in the stillness and silence. But we need to practice! It is said that if prayer is talking to God, meditation is God talking to us, perhaps providing us with divine inspiration! Rev. D’Vorah Kelley will lead this service that will explore the interplay between Chaos, Stillness and Creative Inspiration, through poetry, prayer and words of wisdom from many faith traditions, as well as her thoughts.
March 15: “Selma, Saints, Soldiers and Salvation”
Our service today explores how our desire to live our values in the public square, to search for spiritual truth and create justice in our society has consequences; sometimes tragic, sometimes triumphant, often both. Join us as Rev. Michael celebrates the lives of two Unitarian Universalist martyrs who died 50 years ago during the campaign to march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. The Choir will sing Mozart’s Lacrymosa and our Third Sunday Collection will be given to Head Start of Cheshire County. Because this service will be so full we will not celebrate Joys & Concerns again until March 22nd.
March 22: “You Look Good (For 191)”
Today we wish a belated birthday to this congregation, which turned 191 years old on March 18th. In keeping with that theme (belatedness) we will also have a Birthday Wish Tree set-up where the various committees and program staff can place their Birthday Wishes which congregants can then fulfill at our Easter Sunday Service on April 5th.
March 29: “Listening to the Times, Looking for a Sign”
It has always been difficult to read the tea leaves and see what is really going on, or what will happen next. Today we will make an attempt to pay attention to the times and what they are telling us. The service will include a special Multi-Generational Moment based on the theme of mystical interconnection.