The Winchester Unitarian Society is committed to a lifelong pursuit of religious meaning, belief and experience. Here you will find a community of theologically diverse individuals who journey together. Join us in discovering deeper ways to engage the spirit in reflection, the mind in inquiry, the hands in service and the heart in community.

We offer regular support and interest groups throughout the year, as well as workshops and classes about specific topics. There is an ongoing book group, as well as weekly yoga, meditation, and monthly grief support groups. This winter and spring we are offering a college planning workshop, a women’s retreat ‘Spa for the Spirit’, an ongoing conversation series about Ralph Waldo Emerson, a Great Decisions program about global issues, and more! Winchester Unitarian Society also offers Covenant Groups, a small group ministry program for groups of 8-12 people who gather to explore spiritual and moral themes and practice deep listening and sharing with one another.

For more information please Rebecca Kelley-Morgan, the Director of Lifespan Religious Education (

January 8th: 2:30 PM A Conversation that Matters: What Can We Do? Taking inspiration from Dr. William Barber II and the Moral Mondays movement which took on injustices strategically, we explore possible responses for creating lasting social change.