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Unitarian buildings

There are Unitarian churches, chapels and meeting houses in most communities across the UK.

Many were founded by dissenters or started as Baptist churches and are now listed buildings.

Unitarian buildings in the UK

Many Unitarian buildings have historical or architectural significance.

One of the oldest is Newington Green Unitarian Church in London which was founded in 1708. It has had over 300 years continuous use. It is Grade II listed and has recently been added to Historic England's 'at risk' register.   

Many churches have entries on Wikipedia where you can read about their rich history. The Unitarian Historical Society has a comprehensive archive of building images from Britain.

To find your local congregation use the search on the Unitarian website.

How we support churches

The Gregson Trust gives grants to churches on the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches register. Find out about our grants for buildings.