Mission of the Walpole Unitarian Church
The Walpole Unitarian Church recognizes individual freedom, embraces diversity, and supports the development of a caring community. It promotes lifelong exploration of spirituality including, but not limited to, traditional religious thoughts and beliefs.
To support congregational involvement in worship; to continue to realize our vision as an inviting church; and to apply UUA Principles and Purposes in our lives.
-adopted by Board of Trustees, August 2008
"A small body of determined spirits, fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission, can alter the course of history,”
~ Mohandas Gandhi
We're glad you found us. The Walpole Unitarian Church is a growing congregation of people who have been committed and involved in the church for decades, as well as newcomers just entering our community. Our Unitarian history is long and steeped in the liberal religious tradition. We celebrate the individual spiritual journey and the learning that happens in community. We welcome people young and old, families and singles, gay and straight, people of varied backgrounds and beliefs, interests and talents. Worship is important to our community. Worship reminds us who we are, where we come from, how we want to live, and the ways we can give to our community and the larger world.
Our worship services are held every Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. at the corner of Main and Union Streets in Walpole, New Hampshire.
We appologize; this website is under construction.
Our Labyrinth of Lights will be open beginning on Sunday, Dec. 15 from 5 - 7pm. It will be open Wed. Dec. 18 - Mon. Dec. 23, 5-7 pm and on Christmas Eve, from 2 - 4pm. Please join us in our upstairs ballroom in Hastings House for this contemplative journey.