UUCNH Facility Rental Information
Currently our facility is not available for rentals.
One of the items that was suspended during the Global Pandemic was facility rentals. Although the church is now open, it is going through some Capital Campaign renovations that continue to keep church rentals suspended.
Once our facility is available for rental again, there are four areas that can be rented including the rooms below.
The second floor of UUCNH is used for our youth group and religious education as well as committee meetings. The UUCNH Library is also on this floor. The youth room has comfortable seating and is used for casual interactions and fun meetings. Once our facility is available for rental the rooms can be rented individually or the entire floor can be reserved.
Check back to our site for news updates on rentals and opening timeline.
The memorial garden is primarily a place to remember those who were important in our lives, a place of spiritual repose, a place of connection between then and now, and a place for contemplation of what comes next.
The first cremains interred on our grounds in 1983 were those of Jane E. Springer, a founding member of our church. The pergolas and stone pier with chalice sculpture were installed by the Memorial Garden Committee in 2000-2001. The graceful bronze chalice within the entwined Unitarian and Universalist circles, set atop a natural stone pillar, became the focal point for the garden in November 2003.
Over the last few months we have been making progress on the reconstruction of our memorial garden.
Our Facility – Accessibility Our church strives to meet Universal Design criteria by making our space as accessible as we can. We have done this for our website as well as for our facility. We have a ramp to our front door and a lift to our second floor. All of our bathrooms are accessible for those with disabilities. Our sanctuary features a hearing loop for those with appropriate hearing aids and headphones for those who do not. Our coat racks are at multiple heights. We continue to look for ways to make our church inviting for all people.