Unitarian Universalist Church of Kent
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Almost always referred to as the "UU," Kent's Unitarian Universalist church had its beginning in Brimfield in 1839. Nearly 80 years later, that UU congregation joined one in Kent, which met then (and meets now) in the iconic Mantua Street building. Today, in addition to worship services, the UU hosts a wide variety of community classes, lectures, forums, and art displays inside the historic church.
228 Gougler Ave, Kent, OH 44240
- Accessibility Details: Side entrance is accessible.
- Accessibility Details: The entrance is level with the street.
- Hours: Mon - Sun, dawn - dusk
- Hours: Service: Sun, 9:30am, 11:15am; Office: By appointment
- Accessible: yes