Universalist and Unitarian Christian services online

Following my recent inquiry, I thought it might be helpful to survey what Universalist Christian and Unitarian Christian online worship options exist. I’ll start with “mainline” churches, but if you (dear readers) know of others, please leave them in the comments. 

I was inspired by the online worship opportunities list from Ohio Yearly Meeting (Conservative). I’m not sure how out of their comfort zone online worship is, but Ohio YM seems to take mission seriously, so it’s not so shocking. If Quakers worshipping in silence can list their online options, I can scout around, too.

Universalist-tradition churches

  • All Souls Bethlehem Church, Brooklyn, New York. (UUA/UCC/CCDOC) Streamed on Facebook
  • Community Universalist Church. Online worldwide. (Christian Universalist Association) Broadcast on Youtube
  • Universalist National Memorial Church, Washington, D.C. (UUA) Zoom

Unitarian-tradition churches

The Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland is a tradition related to the Unitarians and some of their churches stream worship or broadcast recorded services.

2 Replies to “Universalist and Unitarian Christian services online”

  1. First Parish in Westford, Mass. UUA/UCC (which I know about because we did my mother-in-law’s funeral there): https://firstparishwestford.org/

    Federated Church of Sycamore, Ill. UUA/UCC (which I knew from my time serving in Geneva, Ill.): https://fedsycamore.org/
    I think the UU side was historically a Universalist church.

    First Parish Bolton, affiliated with UUA, UCC, and ABC (American Baptists), and they add “with Quaker roots” (I knew about them from having grown up not far away): https://firstparishofbolton.org/

    Federated Church of Marlborough, N.H., UUA, UCC, and United Methodists, info about their services on their Facebook page (can’t remember why I know about them): https://www.facebook.com/FederatedChurchofMarlborough

    The other federated churches that I could think of don’t appear to have livestreamed services. I wish People’s Church in Chicago (UUA and UCC) did online worship; I know one of the pastors there, and think highly of her.

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