UUCNH – the power of personal connection

We offer a number of ways of connecting with and supporting one another

Small Groups of like-minded members are part of who we are

Ever since church communities have been in existence – small groups have been the place where people loved, forgave, served, bore burdens, encouraged, exhorted, equipped, spoke truth in love, and supported one another.  At UUCNH we offer the following opportunities.


Connection Volunteers

UUCNH - Connection Volunteers Our volunteers work in support to support our church community Religious Education Volunteers Greetings! We could not offer the programming for children and youth that we do without the enthusiastic participation of adults in the congregation. [...]


Lay Pastoral Care

UUCNH – Lay Pastoral Care We provide human kindness to one another as members of our church Lay Pastoral Care (LPC) The purpose of the Lay Pastoral Care Team (LPCT) is to extend pastoral ministry by reaching out to [...]


Covenant Groups

UUCNH - Covenant Groups Small Groups are a major part of building community at our church What is a Covenant Group? A covenant group includes six to twelve church members and friends who intentionally and regularly gather to build [...]



Music is Central to UUCNH We love our music and we have many opportunities for you Choir Music is a universal language that expresses emotion and creates a connection between people;  it is part of what binds us together [...]

Upcoming Services

Life and Death of James Reeb

April 2 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Members of the congregation will present a dramatization of the life of UU minister, Rev. James Reeb, who died fighting [...]

What goes around comes around . . . a spring trajectory that rings true for the Easter story - a [...]

Bill Moul and Eileen Lessman - Two members of the North Area Environmental Council will tell of the inspirations that led [...]

DT Cares

April 23 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

DTCare intends to leave the world a better place than we found it by elevating and empowering disadvantaged communities across [...]