Service Times And What To Expect

Services and Celebrations at Unity on the River

At Unity on the River, we set four intentions:

  1. To have a committed, active, enrolled community
  2. To be a beacon of light in New England
  3. To have congruent, cohesive communication
  4. And to have transformational celebratory services


10AM Hybrid Sunday Services

Our weekly service features a talk from a guest speaker, to view the guest speaker line-up click here. Each service is rich with music and positive affirmation. Unity on the River is currently offering hybrid services that can be attended in-person or virtually over Zoom on Sundays at 10AM (ET). Sunday services are also broadcast on the church's YouTube channel and podcast and may be viewed anytime. Sunday Service broadcast links are posted on the church's social media and web site homepage. You may also sign up for UOTR reminder texts by . 



Prayer Chaplains

Prayer Chaplains are available for individual prayer. Upon request, chaplains will call you for prayer.  In the case of a lengthy hospital or nursing home stay, arrangements may be made for a chaplain to visit a congregant or family member, to offer spiritual support through our Pastoral Outreach Program.  Have access to prayer 24/7 with Silent Unity and the UPray app. 




Music at Unity

Unity on the River has a dynamic music team who performs music on Sundays as well as at special events and concerts. 

Under the direction of Meg Rayne, our unique music program thrives in a virtual setting. It attracts talent from all over New England and incorporates many musical genres, including gospel, blues, rock, R&B, chant, and folk. Because creative expression and innovation is an integral part of the ministry at UOTR.

Music from previous services can be heard on our YouTube Channel

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