Welcome to the First Universalist Church of Yarmouth!
We hope you'll find a spiritual home characterized by radical hospitality, hope, love, and justice and that you'll make yourself comfortable. Every week newcomers of varied theological and economic backgrounds, ethnicities, ages, genders and sexual orientations join us for Sunday morning worship, learning and discussion opportunities for all ages, justice work and volunteering, and social events.We invite you to learn more about us and Unitarian Universalism:
- Information for your first visit to the First Universalist Church of Yarmouth
- An explanation of what Unitarian Universalism is – and isn’t
- How to become a member of the First Universalist Church of Yarmouth
- Details on our organization and the church’s history
- Access to church communications, including our weekly e-newsletter, Channels
- An invitation to contact us with any other questions you may have about our church
- And welcome you to join us for religious exploration for adults, children, and youth, our worship services, at one of our upcoming events, or to participate in our justice work.
Worship Services are held on Sundays during the school year, September through June.. No services are held during the month of July or August, but we invite you to join us at the Yarmouth Clam Festival during the third weekend in July.
Our building is fully accessible with ramps, an elevator, and accessible parking spaces. We have assisted listening devices available during the service. We provide announcements in writing, spoken aloud, and projected during the beginning of worship. It is our goal to create a space that meets all of our diverse needs.
The First Universalist Church of Yarmouth is a certified Welcoming Congregation. We are a proud to be a faith community that has officially included and welcomed members of the LGBTQ community since the inception of the modern-day equality movement begun by the Stonewall Riots. Unitarian Universalist ministers have been performing commitment ceremonies since the mid-1980s and can now joyously officiate legal marriage ceremonies between partners of any gender.