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 .
Weekly Announcements, Activities & Employment Opportunities
Visit our umbrella organization at the UUA website
Join us on Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM.
KUUC WORSHIP CALENDAR - MAY 2015
Hymn of the Month: #121 “We’ll Build a Land”
May 3: "A World of Workers"
Today we contemplate the amazing and ongoing accomplishments of workers and celebrate the dignity of getting the job done. We will consider the association between May Day and working people and why the Labor Day holiday might work better in May than September. There will be special musical offerings and Joys and Concerns.
May 10: “Going With It”
Quite often we are told to practice acceptance, to take “Life on Life’s terms” --and this is sound advice. The question is, is acceptance enough? Our focus today is the Taoist approach to Life and how a spiritual tradition that seems so natural can be quite radical. The KUUC Choir will share their gifts with us and there will be a special Multi-Generational Moment created around our theme.
May 17: "Expression"
Our coming of age youth and Rev. Michael will share some of their beliefs and ask you yours in this meaningful and engaging service including a time for all ages and several pieces by Vladimir on the organ.
May 24: “We Mourn for All of Them”
Today we mourn for the victims, and reflect on the causes and effects of war. How have Unitarian Universalists responded to past wars? Can we as individuals, a congregation, or an association say or do anything about it? The choir and soloists will sing and there will be an intergenerational moment. Our worship leader is Joan Roelofs.
May 31: “One Strong Body”
As we approach the end of a very challenging yet amazing “church year” let us take time to appreciate our people and accomplishments. Let us also consider all the power and possibility that remains untapped within our shared ministry, growing community, stated covenants of mutuality, and evolving mission. The service today will include a special Multi-Generational Moment on the theme of “Possibility.”