Northampton Unitarians are a spiritual and religious fellowship, who believe that everyone has the right to seek truth and meaning for themselves. We offer a safe and sacred space in which to explore what gives our lives meaning. We meet at Northampton Unitarians Meeting House, near the town centre.

Our services are held every Sunday, at 10.30 am. These are often led by our Minister, Rev. Sue Woolley, and otherwise by members of our congregation, or by visiting worship leaders.

We also enjoy our Weekday Gatherings, meeting weekly (except for 5th Tuesdays) at 7.30 pm, for various activities.

We welcome all who come to us in the spirit of goodwill and enquiry, regardless of ethnic or religious background, age, gender or sexual orientation.