To learn about the Sunday worship services, religious education, ministers and guest speakers, visit our About Us
First Unitarian Congregational Society of Wilton Center
P.O. Box 89, Wilton, NH 03086
To reach the office, call (603) 654-9518 or email
the church administrator.
From Route 101 (at the Mobil Gas Station 8 miles west of Milford and 11 miles east of Peterborough), Take Isaac Frye Highway north (located across from the Mobil Station), drive .5 miles to 586 Isaac Frye Highway in Wilton Center (top of the hill on the left). Open Google Maps
View the most recent release of the Apple Tree
, our monthly newsletter, and learn more about upcoming sermons, additional activities and events at the church. If you are unable to preview the Apple Tree, download a copy of the Adobe Reader
from the Adobe website.
Preview our Calendar
page for a listing of current events.
Our society owns two buildings, a church (view)
and a parish house. Our pride and joy is the historic church, located on the high ground in Wilton Center. Its large white wooden structure and tall steeple is typical of early New England architecture. The sanctuary can seat 230 people, with space for another 30 in the rear choir loft. The raised pulpit exemplifies early New England Unitarian style, plain, simple and functional.
A piano and pipe organ supply instrumental music. The unadorned simplicity of the entire church gives it a quiet beauty and a feeling of tranquility.
Across the street is our parish house (view)
, called by its historic name "The Red House". It has a medium-sized function room, dining room, and kitchen. Additional rooms are used for the Sunday school and the minister's office. In this unique place we have our after-service coffee hour, church breakfasts, rummage sales, suppers and church meetings. For details regarding upcoming events, please visit the Calendar
"The Red House" is available for functions by reservation.
For inquires, contact Joyce at (603) 654-9784.