UUActionNH Member Congregations


UU Action NH takes its vision from the Membership Council. The Membership Council includes both individual members and representatives from our UU member congregations in New Hampshire. If your church wants to become a member congregation, or simply wants more information about UUANH, please contact us!

Current congregational members of UUANH include:

Immigration Justice

Sanctuary for Immigrants

Currently, there are three New Hampshire churches that have pledged to be a “level 1” Sanctuary. That is, they will physically house people who are in danger of deportation. Churches that cannot make this great a commitment can pledge to be “level 2” Sanctuaries. That is, they will provide volunteer support to the “level 1” churches. Any “level 1” church will need about 5-6 “level 2” churches to sustain it with the needed volunteers.

​Any church may sign the solidarity pledge here(PDF). So far, about 25 churches and religious bodies in New Hampshire have made this pledge. If you, your pastor or your congregation signs it, please send it back to us and let us know!

Interfaith Prayer Vigils for Immigrant Justice

The NH Immigrant Solidarity Network organizes Interfaith Prayer Vigils outside the Norris Cotton Federal Building each day an immigrant is required to check in with ICE. These vigils are acts of witness to the violence that the US immigrant system inflicts upon immigrants and their families. When it is safe to gather in person, we meet on the first and third Tuesday the Norris Cotton Federal Building, 275 Chestnut St, Manchester.

​During this period of social distancing, we meet on the first Tuesday of the month over Zoom. Please contact us to get the necessary link. All vigils begin at 9AM and end around 10AM.


Bond Fund for Immigrants

The NH Bail and Bond Fund, a project of UUANH and others, raises and disperses funds for detained immigrants. Read more about their work and how you can support them here.

the NH Council of Churches, the NH Alliance of Immigrants and Refugees, and UU Action NH.

Support Us

Your financial support matters!

UUANH relies upon individual contributions from generous supporters like you.

Your donations go directly toward the programs, outreach, and public witness that help us bring New Hampshire Unitarian Universalists together to “unleash courageous leadership and collective power to build a just and loving world.”


Your congregational membership dues go directly toward the programs, outreach, and public witness that help us bring NH Unitarian Universalists together to “unleash courageous leadership and collective power to build a just and loving world.” You can learn more on how to become a UU Action Congregation here!

Thank for your generosity, and your commitment to the work of bending the arc of the universe toward justice!

Civic Engagement



Laconia bipartisan candidate forum to address tough, local issues

NH State Representatives Candidates Forum, Belknap county District 3

On September 29, 2022, The Unitarian Universalist Society of Laconia and New Hampshire League of Women Voters hosted a bipartisan Candidate Forum. Here is the full video of the event!


Social Justice

UUANH takes freedom seriously, and knows that we can’t be free if our family and friends are in cages. Decarceration is the work of getting people out

To help people get out of and stay out of cages, we incubate projects, such as the NH Bail and Bond Fund in which we work to meet the needs of incarcerated individuals who do not have the means to post bail.

The Nashua Host Home Network, in which NH residents work together to meet the needs of individuals seeking asylum and resettling refugees in the Granite State.

​UUANH is a member of the NH Immigrant Solidarity Network, which advocates for policies changes at the state and federal level in support of immigrants.