In 2006 I became the settled minister at the Nottingham Community Church in Nottingham, New Hampshire. We are a very small Unitarian-Universalist congregation located centrally in the triangle consisting of Portsmouth, Manchester and Concord, New Hampshire. The church was founded in 1875, and our quite lovely church building built in 1880. Originally, the congregation was Universalist, and the church is a community church. The result is that we are a deeply interfaith community offering a spiritual home to anyone of any faith who is open to learning about and supporting the many spiritual paths that are available to us as seekers. We have practicing Christians, Jews, the occasional Muslim and Buddhist. We have atheists, agnostics, and people interest in earth-based spirituality. From one another, we learn the strengths of those approaches to spiritual growth.
We are a congregation that revels in music. We regularly have concerts of internationally known musicians, mostly in the Irish and Scottish traditions. At least once a year musicians from the local community join together to raise money for the local food pantry. You can find out more about us and even read some of my sermons at the Nottingham Community Church Website.