Welcome! Please come and explore the rich spiritual and community life of South Church
Our Unitarian Universalist community offers an open search for spiritual fulfillment, meaning, and belonging. Thought-provoking worship, social justice, environmental activism, arts, music and a warm welcome are just some of what you’ll find at South Church. Come in and explore! - Revs. Lauren & Chris
Summer Worship, one service at 10:00am through Sunday, September 18th.
We're located in downtown Portsmouth at 292 State Street. Read more about getting here
Join us this summer in reading “The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World,” by Dalai Lama XIV, Desmond Tutu, and Douglas Carlton Abrams. These two spiritual leaders celebrate their friendship and discuss how to cultivate joy and compassion in one’s life, even in difficult times.
Wherever your travels take you this summer, stay in conversation with an online discussion of the book followed by a September 27 potluck and in-person conversation. For more information, please contact Nancy Lambert at email@example.com.
Social Justice at South Church
South Church has a long-standing commitment to community health and social justice. Our members and friends serve in a number of ways, both independently and through the church. We are invested in local concerns, such as homelessness and hunger on the Seacoast, and national issues like LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) rights, environmental concerns and gun violence prevention.